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TTR Air & Style Innsbruck 2011 – Check the Course with Mark McMorris

This Saturday snowboardings elite meets at the Bergisel Stadium in Innsbruck, Austria for the TTR Air & Style Innsbruck 2011. Riders from all over the world will battle it out, Big Air style, in front of a massive crowd of snowboard fans to win the infamous Ring Of Glory. The jump, which is considered by many to be the best stadium construction ever, seems to be in good condition and it will be interesting to see what tricks the riders will throw down at this TTR 6Star event. Watch to see Sebastien Toutant, Marko Grilc, Mark McMorris and Sage Kotsenburg lending an opinion about the setup. Make sure to watch the event live at http://www.ttrworldtour.com/multimedia/live-webcast.html!

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