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TTR Tricks – Iouri Padladchikov snowboarding tricks at NZ Open

TTR Tricks – Iouri Padladchikov snowboarding tricks at Burton New Zealand Open showing his double corks. The best snowboard tricks!For full event results, news, videos and updates keep your eyes glued to the http://www.ttrworldtour.com website.

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Shaun White Hits Back To Back Double Corks @ 5Star TTR NZ Open 09

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TTR Burton New Zealand Open 2011 – Slopestyle Wrap Up

Canadian rider, Mark McMorris, and American, Jamie Anderson, took the first 5Star Slopestyle titles of the 2011/12 TTR World Tour season at the 2011 Burton New Zealand Open. The slopestyle finals went down at Cardrona Alpine Resort with optimal weather conditions making for some great riding.

TTR – Iouri Podladtchikov, Peetu Piiroinen & Kazuhiro Kokubo On The BEO Pipe Finals

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