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Mark McMorris – TTR Rider Profile 2011/12

http://www.ttrworldtour.comAt 17 years old, Canadian snowboarder Mark McMorris has already shown that he has got what it takes to be a world-class competitor. With podiums at some of the best TTR events around the globe including Burton New Zealand Open, Burton US Open, Billabong Air & Style and O’Neill Evolution, Mark has secured himself a spot at the top of competitive snowboarding and doesn’t seem to slow down. With a passion for all board sports such as skateboarding and wakeboarding, Mark seems to be happiest with his feet off the ground but hasn’t let his achievements in snowboarding go to his head. His goals are to make a name for himself and to become someone that people will always respect and remember — if he keeps up his consistent and stylish riding on the international scene he should be able to reach those goals easily.

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The Slopestyle competition at this years 6Star Burton European Open didn't go as planned with Men's finals and the entire Women's event having to be cancelled. Instead everyone went shredding the powder that came with the bad weather. In the end the girls got to ride some powder and split the prize money evenly. For the men, the scores of Wednesday’s Semi-Finals would be counted as the final results, leaving Torstein Horgmo to take center stage on the podium, with Mark McMorris and Sebastien Toutant taking second and third respectively. Torstein said: „Six years ago I broke my back here in Laax at the BEO, now I’m back for the first time and I won, it can’t be better! It has been an amazing week, too bad the weather didn’t allow to ride the finals today, but we all gave our best yesterday.“ These results also count towards the Overall and Slopestyle World Snowboard Tour rankings. Mark McMorris moves into the top spot of the World Snowboard Tour Slopestyle ranking with 801.62 points, pushing Roope Tonteri (FIN) into 2nd place. Sebastien Toutant moves into 8th place both Overall and in Slopestyle, and Torstein moves into 13th place in the Slopestyle rankings.

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