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TTR O’Neill Evolution Slopestyle Finals 2010 – Highlights

Highlights of the slopestyle snowboarding action that went down this weekend at the 2010 Men’s Slopestyle Finals at the 5Star TTR O’Neill Evolution in Davos, Switzerland. This video includes top 3 winning runs from Marko Grilc , Ville Paumola and Peetu Piiroinen. 3rd place being enough to push Peetu to the top of the Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour Rankings! Can he hold on to his lead?

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It ends where it all started. Right here in Davos. In 1996 a quiet, shy, pimple pocked, braces wearing DJ, Skate, Snowboarder punk won his first major title only meters from where this piece is being penned. It was a Swiss Championships. And his name was Gian Simmen. To celebrate the man, and his last official contest here at the O’Neill Evolution, Gian has organized a ‘Legends Session’ – and legendary it was. Talking about Gian makes me smile. You see, I met Gian in the back of a bus as the Ballantines Urban Air event in Vallencia, Spain, back in 1996. Rarely had I ever met such a shy and introverted person, sitting alone with himself, massive earphones wrapping his head, where all attempts to motivate him were acknowledged by a shy, braces filled grimace that merely confirmed my belief he didn’t understand a single word I’d just spoken. Later I’d the chance to see him ride – not bad, but not exceptional. Only a couple of month’s later, Gian won the first Halfpipe Olympic gold medal in Nagano in 1998… and I couldn’t help but think, “Great. The kid doesn’t talk at all… What an outstanding spokesperson for snowboarding we’ve just created.” I’m not scared to say that many people in the know – thought exactly the same thing.