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TTR Mens Season Finale 2010 – Burton US Open Finals

The Burton US Open 2010 was the final event on the mens Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour calendar. Before the event the race for the top ten was neck and neck with several of the worlds best riders giving it their all for one last shot a place on the all important podium. See the best action from the weekend, including Mikkel Bangs amazing slopestyle run and of course, the heart-stopping halfpipe showdown between Iouri Podladtchikov and Kazuhiro Kokubo. We also give you an interview with the 09/10 Swatch TTR Tour Champ, Peetu Piiroinen and work down through some of the best snowboard tricks of the season by each of the final TTR Top Ten – showing again that the Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour is the greatest snowboard tour in the world right now.For full event results, news, videos and updates keep your eyes glued to the http://www.ttrworldtour.com website.

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