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Burton European Open 2012 – Highlights

This is a recap of the Burton European Open 2012 in Laax. Shot with RED One.

Riders: Seppe Smits, Iouri Podladtchikov, Fredrik Austbo, Mark McMorris, Janne Korpi, Sebastien Toutant, Tim-Kevin Ravnjak, Roope Tonteri, Stale Sandbech

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