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TTR Tricks – Nuutti Niemela 3rd place run at TTR Nescafe Champs 2012

TTR Tricks – Finnish snowboarder Nuutti Niemela’s run at the TTR Nescafe Champs Slopestyle 2012 in Leysin, Switzerland. The best snowboard tricks.

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