5 Double Cork 12’s – New World Order

July 3rd, 2010

The TTR World Snowboard Tour Kicked off last weekend for the 2010/11 season with an intense double cork 12 battle in the finals. In the end Canadian Seb Toutant won with a flawless cab 1260 double – watch this.


The tour continues its run around the world with New Zealand and Australia next on the agenda, the 5-star Burton New Zealand Open will kick off at Cardrona on August 10, 2010 followed by a run of events in Australia that includes the 3-star Mt Dew Hut Jam at Buller on July 30th.
As a media partner for the TTR world Tour you can keep up to date about the tour right here as we’ll keep the info and vids flowing all winter.

Info from the TTR about the Billabong Ante-Up

The Billabong Ante Up competition, the first 5Star event of the 2010/11 Swatch TTR World Tour season, went off today with an excellent showing from a diverse field of riders. The summertime event was held up at 7,000-feet in the Camp of Champions park on the Blackcomb glacier and featured a massive 75-foot gap jump. The event featured 40 riders going for a piece of the $50,000 prize purse and 850 TTR ranking points. It was an all-Canadian podium and Sebastien Toutant (CAN) took the top spot making him $20,000 richer. Toutant also secured an automatic invite to the Billabong Air & Style Innsbruck.

All the riders were pulling off some impressive tricks all day and it came down to a double cork 1260 race for the podium with all three riders doing different variations of the trick. Toutant won the first place podium spot with a flawless Cab 1260 double cork and had this to say about his win, “Winning the first 5Star TTR big air contest was just amazing, it was an epic final and it’s sick because I’ll be leading in the TTR ranking going down to New Zealand in August.”

Coming in second place behind Toutant and winning $15,000 was Matts Kulisek (CAN) who landed a backside 1260 double cork and Mark McMorris (CAN) took third place earning $10,000 for his frontside 1260 double cork. Other notable mentions include Gjermund Braaten (NOR) who also stomped a backside 1260 double cork to take fourth place and Chas Guldemond (USA) who landed a frontside 1260 for fifth place. Check out the new Swatch TTR World Rankings below.

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