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Sarka Pancochova – TTR Rider Profile 2011/12

TTR caught up with 21 year old Sarka Pancochova from Czech Republic finding out how she got into the world of snowboarding and what competitive snowboarding means to her. Sarka’s the No. 1 female representing Czech right now and with skills and abilities like hers, going bigger and spinning smoother than most girls her age, she’s able to battle it out with the girls she’s grown up idolizing. She has snowboarding in her blood, and with plenty of points already posted, and an exciting desire to push female riding to the next level, eyes will be glued to Sarka as she amps up the contest levels, putting pressure on her heroes.

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Sarka Pancochova crowned Overall & Slopestyle Tour Champion 2012/13 at the Burton US Open – Event Wrap Up

Sarka Pancochova (CZE) takes World Snowboard Tour Overall and Slopestyle trophies home. ’’I have been working really hard this season, training and competing, it’s the best reward to be the World’s top woman overall snowboarder, then all the hard work pays off!’’ Sarka showed consistency throughout her season in both Slopestyle and Halfpipe, coming second at the X Games Slopestyle contest in Aspen. Though not many female riders compete in both Slopestyle and Halfpipe regularly, Sarka did beat competitors like second placed Enni Rukajärvi (FIN), third placed Silvia Mittermüller (GER) and last year’s Champion Cilka Sadar (SLO), who came in fourth this year.

X Games Aspen 2013 – Slopestyle Finals with McMorris, Parrot & Jamie Anderson

Canada’s Mark McMorris has defended his Gold medal title in Slopestyle with the highest ever score in X Games Slopestyle history. The 19 year old from Regina was able to earn an impressive 98.00 in the first North American 6Star event on the World Snowboard Tour this season. McMorris executed an impressive display on the upper rail setup and then landed a cab 900 double cork to a front 1080 double cork to a double backflip. His last jump was a triple cork 1440 that seemed to be no less than flawless. “I came here to do the run I wanted to and was able to pull it off, so I’m really stoked, “ he said. McMorris, who won silver in last night’s big air event, not only walked away with a gold tonight but also 1000 World Snowboard Tour points. Second place went to fellow Canadian, 18 year old Max Parrot who’s run scored an impressive 90 points. His first jump was a cab double 900 and then a front 1080 double on the second jump to a double backflip on the third. His last jump was a huge back triple 1440. Parrot’s second place finish also bumped him up into second place in the World Snowboard Tour’s Slopestyle rankings. Seppe Smits from Belgium landed a very clean run including a triple cork. Smits had some issues with his triple on the last feature that forced him to revert, but it was still good enough to land him on the podium in third.