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TTR Oakley Arctic Challenge 2010 Qualifiction Day

This Friday, the 6Star Oakley Arctic Challenge (TAC) saw 32 of snowboardings best slopestyle riders battling for one of twenty spots in the semi finals that will be held on Saturday. One of Norways most famous riders Torstein Horgmo, used his home country advantage and qualified in first. The slopestyle course in Tryvann Vinterpark, Olso, served as a brand new location for this elite Swatch TTR competition.Edit provided by The Oakley Arctic Challenge 2010 / produced by Expect Films – expectfilms.com

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TTR – The Oakley Arctic Challenge Finals – The Oakley Edit

The clouds broke up in Oslo, Norway at Tryvann Vinterpark for the men's and women's slopetyle finals at the 6Star Oakley Arctic Challenge. The women took to the course in the morning for a heated session, where Jamie Anderson (USA), once again, pulled ahead of the other competitors to take the win. The men's finals went down in the afternoon and Chas Guldemond (USA) was awarded with the win for his flawless run on the progressive slopestyle course. Chas and Jamie were rewarded with the lion's share of the $100,000 USD prize purse and 1000 Swatch TTR World Ranking points. With her win today, Jamie solidified her place in the World No. 1 position and is going to be tough to overtake in the women's race for the TTR World Tour Champion Title. Camera: Clemens Krüger / 4Media Edit/Post: Vincent Urban The Oakley Arctic Challenge 17th-19th February 2011 Wyllerløpa, Tryvann Winterpark Oslo, Norway Music by: Francis International Airport - "Monsters" myspace.com/​francisinternationalairport

TTR Oakley Arctic Challenge 2011 Trailer

The Swatch TTR World Tour is running full steam ahead with the 6Star Oakley Arctic Challenge right around the corner. The legendary event, taking place in Oslo, Norway, will feature a progressive slopestyle course for both men and women, starting off with qualifications on February 17th and featuring the finals on Saturday February 19th 2011. As always, the rider list is stacked full of talented riders who will be competing for a share of the $100,000 USD prize purse and a maximum of 1000 TTR World Ranking points. The male and female winners from The Oakley Arctic Challenge will also receive automatic qualification into next year's inaugural World Snowboarding Championships, which will go down next February, 2012 in Oslo.

TTR – The Oakley Arctic Challenge 2011 – Chas Guldemond Takes 1st Place

The men's finals went down in the afternoon and Chas Guldemond (USA) was awarded with the win for his flawless run on the progressive slopestyle course. Chas and Jamie were rewarded with the lion's share of the $100,000 USD prize purse and 1000 Swatch TTR World Ranking points. With her win today, Jamie solidified her place in the World No. 1 position and is going to be tough to overtake in the women's race for the TTR World Tour Champion Title.The men's final all came down to the last runs where riders were trying their best to get ahead of Chas Guldemond who stomped a nearly perfect first run on the long slopestyle course. Chas put together a masterful run that consisted of a Cab 270 to frontside boardslide on the down rail, a switch 50-50 to method on the canon rail, Cab 1260 on the step-down jump, backside 1080 on the step-up jump, a 50-50 to backside 360 on the flat rail and finished with a crowd pleasing double backside rodeo on the last jump. Chas was beyond excited with his win saying, "I'm really happy with the way I rode and to stay in first place through the last run really means a lot to me. I think it was my day today and it all came together perfect. What an amazing experience." Young American rider, Tyler Flanagan, pushed his skills to the max in his last run to take second place scoring just two points below Chas.In the women's competition, Jamie Anderson ruled the slopestyle course with her signature style and is now in an excellent position to take the 2010/11 Swatch TTR World Tour Champion title after her win in Oslo. Jamie won the women's competition with a run made up of a noseslide, 50-50 to backside 180, a huge switch backside 540, backside 360, tailslide to 270 out and ended her run with a stylish backside 540.