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Stylewars 2012 Day 1 – Biggest Jumps in Australia

Amazing footage from some of the best snowboarders in the world including Tor Lundstrom, Antoine Truchon, Max Parrot, Andy Roth and the rest of the Anzac shredders as they hit the biggest snow slopestyle course Australia has seen for a LONG TIME!

Check in as the crew throw BIG double corked 10′s, amongst other steezy tricks at this 4Star World Snowboard Tour event.

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