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TTR Billabong Air & Style Innsbruck: Who Will Be Crowned Big Air Champion?

www.ttrworldtour.com : This 6 Star TTR event will not only see the winner of the Billabong Air & Style Innsbruck-Tirol but also we will see the mens TTR World Snowboarding Tour Big Air Champion be crowned! Who will win this prestigious trophy? Will it be the currently ranked number 1 Eric Willet (USA) or will Seppe Smits (BEL) step it up and take the lead. Or maybe last years Air and Style winner Mark McMorris (CAN) closely followed by Stale Sandbech(BEL).”Its going to take a lot to make it all the way up there, there’s defiantly a tough competition, you have to go big with the biggest tricks you can do and stomp it like no-ones ever seen before” Seppe SmitsStarting list Top 16:1

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