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Shaun White, Louie Vito, Scotty Lago, Greg Bretz @ Vancouver Olympics

Watch footage of Team USA training in New Zealand and Competing in the Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour. Featuring TTR World Snowboard Champ, Shaun White, Scotty Lago, Louie Vito and Greg Bretz. Could these guys take Gold, Silver and Bronze in the Halfpipe Snowboarding Finals? It could happen after watching the double corks in this footage.For full event results, news, videos and updates keep your eyes glued to the http://www.ttrworldtour.com website.

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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.

Halfpipe Finals with Shaun White, Kelly Clark & Elena Hight – X Games Aspen 2013

Crowd Favorite Shaun White who placed fifth in Men’s Snowboard Slopestyle redeemed himself by winning his sixth consecutive X Games Gold Medal in Halfpipe. His signature backside air on his first hit boosted an awe inspiring 24-foot 1 inches out of the pipe, breaking his own record by a foot. His next hits were back-to-back double 1080s into a cork 5 followed by a double Mctwist 1260 and finished off with a frontside double 1260. This run scored him a near perfect 98 points. Hirano is the youngest person to ever win a winter X Games medal. “this was my first X games, and I am just here to have fun” Hirano replied to a question about his experience here in aspen. “6 Years, it’s crazy” White said about his 6th gold medal in a row, “It feels good, I don’t think I have ever been more focused or in tune of what I’m doing, I will probably be more uncomfortable when I’m going for my seventh” he joked. On the womens side 29-year-old Kelly Clark from USA was able to squeeze ahead of USA’s Elena Hight by only .33 to take the gold in her third run. Hight broke records tonight by landing the first ever backside ally-oop double rodeo 900 which put her in first place for a majority of the event until she was over taken by Clark. Clark’s run consisted of a massive frontside 1080 to a cab 720 to a frontside 900. Her run was highlighted by her boosting some 14 feet out of the Halfpipe.