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TTR Roxy Chicken Jam Wrap Up – Sladics, Buaas, Sarka, Maas

Follow the girls as the Swatch TTR World Snowboarding Tour lands in Saalbach Hinterglemm for the European 6Star Roxy Chicken Jam. With the finals going on in the background the vivacious Chanelle Sladics gives you the low down, interviewing Kjersti Buaas and current world number 1, Sarka Pancochova, as she goes. Including the finals snowboarding action and a great interview with Cheryl Maas about her ambitions for this season. A really fun edit that must be seen. Who will become the female World Snowboarding Champion? Stay tuned.

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Sarka Pancochova crowned Overall & Slopestyle Tour Champion 2012/13 at the Burton US Open – Event Wrap Up

Sarka Pancochova (CZE) takes World Snowboard Tour Overall and Slopestyle trophies home. ’’I have been working really hard this season, training and competing, it’s the best reward to be the World’s top woman overall snowboarder, then all the hard work pays off!’’ Sarka showed consistency throughout her season in both Slopestyle and Halfpipe, coming second at the X Games Slopestyle contest in Aspen. Though not many female riders compete in both Slopestyle and Halfpipe regularly, Sarka did beat competitors like second placed Enni Rukajärvi (FIN), third placed Silvia Mittermüller (GER) and last year’s Champion Cilka Sadar (SLO), who came in fourth this year.

TTR O’Neill Evolution Davos 2011 – Trailer

From January 2nd until the 8th expect to be mesmerised as some of the best snowboarding talent in the world pushes the limits and take to the skies from the halfpipe and slopestyle sitting at the base of the Jakobshorn, in Davos, Switzerland.The 6Star Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour event is once again pushing new boundaries. The event for 2011 now holds a 6Star TTR rating for both the women's Slopestyle as well as the Halfpipe. And this year also sees the 6Star rating for men extended to the 2-hit Slopestyle course for the first time.The Halfpipe finals will take place on Friday January 7th as 10 riders hit the 6 metre high, 130 metre long and 20 metre wide pipe which sits impressively at the base of the Jakobshorn.Saturday sees a day of Slopestyle finals that will run into a floodlit night finale as the riders take to the skies under the gasps of the crowds gathered at the foot of the course."We always want to bring something new and exciting to this event," said O'Neill Global Event Director, Bernhard Ritzer. "It's called Evolution after all," he said. "This year we're changing the Slopestyle radically following feedback from the riders for less but more challenging features, and a mix of day and night riding will bring variation and challenges for the riders."In addition to the spectacular show ahead, there are also new developments behind the scenes. A new judging system -- the Snowboard Live Scoring System (SLS) -- will be introduced allowing everyone to see how judges give points by scoring each trick individually in a rider's run and adding a flow score for the overall impression of the run.With the top ten Swatch TTR World Tour men invited and the top eight women, this is bound to be a week of non-stop action. So far confirmed for O'Neill Evolution 2011 are Seb Toots, Janne Korpi, Gian Simmen, Kjersti Buaas, Sharka Pancchova, Chanelle Sladics, Kelly Clark and Nadja Purtschert with more names to follow in the coming weeks.

Best Of TTR Slopestyle Tour Champions 11/12 – Sebastien Toutant and Jamie Anderson

After an exciting day of slopestyle finals at the 6Star Burton US Open, Sebastien Toutant (CAN) and Jamie Anderson (USA) have been officially crowned the 2012 TTR Slopestyle World Tour Champions. The 2011/2012 season was packed full of amazing slopestyle competitions around the globe and after today's finals at Stratton Mountain in Vermont, USA, Sebastien and Jamie were awarded with the TTR Slopestyle Tour Champion trophies. Sebastien clinched the title with his win in today's slopestyle competition and Jamie set her title in stone with her first place finish, as well.The slopestyle finals at the 30th Anniversary of the Burton US Open featured a high level of competition today in both the men's and women's events. The women's finals kicked off in the morning on the slopestyle course where Jamie Anderson displayed her buttery smooth style on the jumps and rails. Jamie's second run was her best of the day and earned her the victory with a frontboard to fakie, Cab 720 nose grab, switch backside 540 mute, tailslide to 270 out and finished with a 50-50 to backside 180 out. Kjersti Buaas (NOR) had a solid run to take second place and Enni Rukajarvi (FIN) ended up in third.This is Jamie's third TTR Champion title of her career and was very happy with her season saying, "It has been another great season and I am very stoked to pick up another TTR World Tour title. It's my favorite discipline and I was happy to seal it off with a first place today!"The men dropped into the slopestyle course in the afternoon and it was a tight battle to the end. After falling on his first two runs, Sebastien Toutant put it all together on his third and final with a Cab hardway to 270 on, Cab double cork 1260 melon, frontside double cork 1080 mute, frontside wallride to 270 out and ended with a 50-50 to backside rodeo out. Ulrik Badertscher (NOR) came in second place and Seppe Smitts (BEL) completed the podium in third.