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TTR – Counting Down the best Women Snowboarders of Season 2009

The Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour counts down the top ten female snowboarders of the 08/09 season before the Roxy Chicken Jam kicks off. Including lisa wiik, jamie anderson, kelly clark, cheryl maas, kjersti buaas, ellery hollingsworth, sarka pancochova, silvia mittermueller, sina candrian

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TTR Roxy Chicken Jam Wrap Up – Sladics, Buaas, Sarka, Maas

Follow the girls as the Swatch TTR World Snowboarding Tour lands in Saalbach Hinterglemm for the European 6Star Roxy Chicken Jam. With the finals going on in the background the vivacious Chanelle Sladics gives you the low down, interviewing Kjersti Buaas and current world number 1, Sarka Pancochova, as she goes. Including the finals snowboarding action and a great interview with Cheryl Maas about her ambitions for this season. A really fun edit that must be seen. Who will become the female World Snowboarding Champion? Stay tuned.

TTR Roxy Chicken Jam 2010 Snowboarding Event Teaser

The Roxy Chicken Jam in Saalbach Hinterglemm will be one of the major events on the Women's Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour this winter. At the Roxy Chicken Jam 2010 at Saalbach Hinterglemm, Salzburg County/Austria, the snow park and the event format will be especially tuned for the needs of the girls. The worlds best female snowboarders will present their show-stopping slopestyle tricks only 200 metres away from the centre of Hinterglemm. At the Nightpark at Unterschwarzachlift, they will prove their creativity and style on two jib sets and a triple kicker line fighting for the US$ 50,000 prize-money. Confirmed riders include Kjersti Buass, Chanelle Sladics, Sarka Pancochova, Cheryl Maas and Lisa Wiik.For more info please visit: http://www.ttrworldtour.com/events/season-0910/6star/roxy-chicken-jam-europe.html

Burton European Open 2013 – Slopestyle Wrap Up & Powder Turns

The Slopestyle competition at this years 6Star Burton European Open didn't go as planned with Men's finals and the entire Women's event having to be cancelled. Instead everyone went shredding the powder that came with the bad weather. In the end the girls got to ride some powder and split the prize money evenly. For the men, the scores of Wednesday’s Semi-Finals would be counted as the final results, leaving Torstein Horgmo to take center stage on the podium, with Mark McMorris and Sebastien Toutant taking second and third respectively. Torstein said: „Six years ago I broke my back here in Laax at the BEO, now I’m back for the first time and I won, it can’t be better! It has been an amazing week, too bad the weather didn’t allow to ride the finals today, but we all gave our best yesterday.“ These results also count towards the Overall and Slopestyle World Snowboard Tour rankings. Mark McMorris moves into the top spot of the World Snowboard Tour Slopestyle ranking with 801.62 points, pushing Roope Tonteri (FIN) into 2nd place. Sebastien Toutant moves into 8th place both Overall and in Slopestyle, and Torstein moves into 13th place in the Slopestyle rankings.