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TTR Burton Canadian Open Halfpipe 2009 with Chas Guldemond

The 5Star TTR Canadian Open Halfpipe competition straight from Calgary. Featuring the best riders from 2009 slogging it out on the hill. Including Chas Guldemond and Jed Anderson.

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TTR Chas Guldemond at Burton US Open Qualies 09

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