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The World Snowboarding Championships (WSC) are the collective symbol of the global snowboard community; owned by TTR Pro Snowboarding and the World Snowboard Federation, created by all independent snowboard event organisers, nations and competitive snowboarders together. WSC’s vision is to demonstrate to the world how great competitive snowboarding is when its run by snowboarders.With the WSC event finals taking place in beautiful Oslo – the winter capital of the world – February 17 – 19th 2012, the WSC will be a sparkling display of global youth culture and snowboarding lifestyle. The WSC is owned by the TTR World Tour (TTR) and the World Snowboard Federation (WSF) and has the backing of all event and nation members. WSC is the new pinnacle event of snowboarding and will be held every four years at great snowboarding resorts around the world. It is a freestyle event only with halfpipe, slopestyle as main formats. Big Air will be added to the program of the event in 2015. In Oslo 2012, a monster quarterpipe event in the legendary Holmenkollen ski jumping arena, will kickstart the finals.Watch all the action on:

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TTR World Snowboarding Championships 2012 Highlights

Oslo, Norway played host for the first ever TTR World Snowboarding Championships. After ten years setting up the worlds biggest snowboarding tour, TTR and WSF, organised the World Snowboarding Championships as the pinnacle event of snowboarding, scheduled to be held every 4 years and featuring over two hundred of the worlds best riders.All eyes were on Oslo as the worlds media turned up to witness this milestone in the history of competitive freestyle snowboarding.The WSC kicked off with a quarter pipe exhibition event and a huge norwegian crowd came out to see the home grown legend Terje Haakonsen, and a field of international top riders compete. Oliver Gittler and his huge mctwists took home 30.000$ for the overall best rider of the night.In the women's Halfpipe event, Kelly Clark took her 15th straight halfpipe win in a row. Queralt Castellet came in just one point behind Kelly's score in second place and Gretchen Bleiler completed the podium in third.In the mens Halfpipe, swiss rider Iouri Podladtchicov threw down an almost perfect run to win the Halfpipe World Champion trophy,$40,000 USD, and 1000 TTR Ranking Points. For slopestyle finals the riders were greeted with sunshine, a pumped crowd and a perfect course. Canadian, Spencer O'Brien, took the win for the women, beating out previous ttr world tour winners Jamie Anderson and Enni Rukajarvi.It was a dramatic final as Chas took the win away from Canadian, Sebastien Toutant, on the last run of the last heat. landing his first ever switch backside 1260.The first-ever TTR World Snowboarding Championships has come to a close and has crowned four new World Champions for the sport of snowboarding in slopestyle and halfpipe disciplines. With the success of the inaugural event, TTR and the riders are already looking forward to the next edition slated to take place in 2016.