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Shaun White Hits Back To Back Double Corks @ 5Star TTR NZ Open 09

Shaun White’s double corks win the Swatch TTR New Zealand Open 2009 Halfpipe Finals. This is one of the best halfpipe runs ever performed in a BGOS snowboarding championships event. Tricks: Frontside lien air, to backside 900 melon, followed by a frontside 1080 stalefish, into a Cab double cork 1080 stalefish, to frontside double cork 900. If you doubt that shaun white is one of the best pipe riders in the world then watch this clip and be amazed!http://www.ttrworldtour.comMusic credits:Songtitle: Tomorrow starts todayArtist: Mobile (Interscope records)Album: Tomorrow starts today

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TTR – Shaun White And Oakley Present Air & Style Beijing 2010 – Finals

Snowboarders from around the world made the trip to Beijing for the first major event of the Swatch TTR season, where they put on a spectacular display of top-level snowboarding for a crowd of excited Chinese fans. The snowboarders were pleased with the massive gap jump setup built out of scaffolding, which had riders dropping in from 40 meters above the ground in the Olympic Sports Center Stadium. The Air & Style events feature a unique head-to-head format and Sebastien Toutant, who won the event with a Cab 1260 double cork, overtook Smits in the final round beating his respectable backside 1260 for second place. Sebastien Toutant was ecstatic saying, "It's awesome, I think it's by far the best moment of my life, for sure. My first 6Star win, I'm stoked to be in China for the first time. Couldn't have been better than to win the event today!" Elhardt was awarded third place for his backside 1080 double cork.With his win Toutant advanced in the TTR World Rankings to the World No. 3 position. Another young gun, Seppe Smits (BEL), took the second place podium spot and Elias Elhardt (GER) took the third place position.

From Straight Lines to Triple Corks – The History of Competitive Snowboarding – Teaser

The World Snowboard Tour and Swatch have got together to produce five free webisodes documenting some of the highlights from the history of competitive snowboarding. We've dusted off and digitized tons of footage from the archives and gathered interviews from some of the sport's leading names and influencers. Stay tuned for the first webisode on Friday March 1st! Episode 1 - Humble Beginnings - Friday 1st, March Episode 2 - Comps Get BIG - Friday 8th, March Episode 3 - Comps Get Seriously BIG - Friday 15th, March Episode 4 - The New Millennium - Friday 22nd, March episode 5 - Triple Corks and The Future - Friday 29nd, March