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Seb Toutant and Jamie Anderson take out Billabong Snowstock 2008 Sebastien Toutant wins with a sick Backside 10 double cork and Swatch TTR women’s world champion Jamie Anderson takes out her third event for the season with a huge BS5. The Aussie and NZ boys Eric Willett, Robbie Walker, Stef Zeestraten secured themselves the remaining TOP 5 positions with sick tricks only broken up by young Belgium ripper Christophe Reynders.

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