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TTR Stylewars 2011 – Final Day

In true form at Falls Creek, finals day at TTR Stylewars went mad once again, showcasing some of the best riders in the southern hemisphere. Swedish Tor Lundstrom took out first place in front of Aussies Clint Allan and Scotty James, but followed closely by an international pack including Nick Brown, Max Buri, Matt Galena and a ton more.

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