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TTR Nescafe Champs Open 2012 – Wrap Up

Blue sky and a creative slopestyle setup welcomed some of the best riders on the TTR Tour to the TTR Nescafe Champs Open 2012 in Leysin, Switzerland. In the end it was TTR Slopestyle World Ranking leader Roope Tonteri who took home the win followed by Mathias Weissenbacher and Nuutti Niemela. On the womens side Swiss Isabel Derungs took the top spot with an impressive run which included a massive backside rodeo. Results:Men1. Roope Tonteri2. Mathias Weissenbacher3. Nuutti NiemelaWomen1. Isabel Derungs2. Aimee Fuller3. Elena Konz

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