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Nescafe Champs 2013 – Trailer

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The CHAMPS is more than just the oldest snowboard competition in Europe, but an ever evolving event concept which unifies snowboarding, music and urban art.

After 21 years of various affiliations, the CHAMPS is today part of the World Snowboard Tour on a 5Star level. Attracting the world elite and young stars through a unique qualification system, the CHAMPS is shaping the champions of tomorrow.

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