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TTR Burton Canadian Open 2012 – Wrap Up

The 5Star TTR Burton Canadian Open saw Chas Guldemond (USA) and Jamie Anderson (USA) take the win making Jamie the new leader of the TTR Slopestyle Tour Rankings.

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TTR Burton Canadian Open 2011 – Slopestyle Finals

The 5Star Burton Canadian Open wrapped up today at the Winsport Canada Olympic Park in Calgary, Alberta with men's and women's slopestyle finals. American riders, Sam Hulbert and Jamie Anderson walked away victorious and took home a sizable portion of the $50,000 USD prize purse and 850 Swatch TTR World Ranking points. With her win today, Jamie reclaims the TTR tour lead for the women and if she attends the Oakley Arctic Challenge and the Burton US Open, she has an excellent chance to take the 2010/11 TTR World Tour Champion title.

TTR Burton Canadian Open 2011 – Halfpipe Finals

The 5Star Burton Canadian Open halfpipe finals went down under the lights tonight in Calgary, Alberta at the Winsport Canada Olympic Park. Japanese rider, Kohei Kudo, and American, Kelly Clark, took home the wins and were rewarded with a large share of the $50,000 USD prize purse and 850 Swatch TTR World Ranking points. Christian Haller (SUI) took third place tonight, which boosted him into the Swatch TTR Tour lead and Slovenian rider, Cilka Sadar, is now sitting in World No. 1 for the women. Kelly kept her upward momentum in the rankings and has moved into TTR World No. 4. Christian, Cilka and Kelly are all in great positions to take a piece of the $200,000 USD TTR prize purse if they can continue their string of good results into the end of the season.

X Games Aspen 2013 with Sandbech, Tonteri, O’Brien, Willett, Guldemond

No medals were on the line in the Jeep Snowboard Slopestyle elimination round at X Games Aspen, but that didn't diminish the statement made by Mark McMorris ahead of Shaun White. With months of anticipation finally playing out Thursday under gray skies on Buttermilk Mountain, McMorris posted the No. 1 qualifying score -- 88.66 on his first of two runs -- while White struggled to land his jumps cleanly and finished seventh (67.33). Neither rider attempted a triple cork, which has fast become snowboarding's most technical and electrifying trick and likely will determine Saturday's champion. Eight of the 16 competitors moved on to the final, with a number of big names missing the cut.