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TTR O’Neill Evolution 09 Quarterpipe Finals Peetu Piiroinen/Risto Mattila

http://www.ttrworldtour.com: O’Neill Evolution 2009 6Star TTR Quarterpipe Finals in Davos Switzerland. Featuring arthur longo, risto mattila, peetu piiroinen and steve krijbolder performing some sweet BS 5’s.

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Risto Mattila – TTR Profile 2009/10

Check out the latest Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour profile of Risto Mattila. Watch his best tricks up and hear his thoughts about the 2009/10 TTR season and the Vancouver Olympics. Listen as he talks about the highs and lows of being a professional snowboarder, the progression of modern snowboarding and his goals for the season.