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TTR Burton US Open 2012 – Check the Course with Chas, Stale, Spencer and Seb

The TTR World Snowboard Tour draws to a close with a big finale at the 6Star Burton US Open 2012. Celebrating its 10th anniversary the TTR World Snowboard Tour finale crowns slopestyle, halfpipe and overall champions. We interview a few of the riders with a chance, such as Chas Guldemond, Stale Sandbech and Spencer O’Brien. We also have a ride through the course O’Neill team rider Sebastien Toutant.

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