“Fired up! It is officially the first episode of the second season and we feel this one is on target. Every Third Thursday (ETT) is all about having fun, coming up with creative ideas and pushing the boundaries in the Signal factory and on the hill. It’s a chance for all of us to look at our snowboards in an entirely new way. So, hit play and have a laugh! We had a blast making it and who knows, this one may just blow you away!”
Kanoa is 13 years old. He can speak three different languages and he can surf real good. Artist – Step Panther, Song – Fight like a Knight, Filmed / Edited Toby Cregan
People will make sunglasses out of anything these days and the guys from Vuerich B are no exception. http://www.vuerichb.com/
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. All riders who competed in slopestyle at the New Zealand Open have all earned ranking points towards both the TTR Slopestyle Tour Rankings and the TTR Overall Tour Ranking lists. The competition was run using a best-of-three-run format with women and men alternating on each run. The women took to the course first and it was an immediate battle between two-time TTR World Tour Champion, Jamie Anderson, and Norwegian competition queen, Kjersti Buaas. Jamie held the lead all day and won with a run that included a switch backside 180 tailtap, a front blunt to fakie and a half Cab 5-0 to backside 180 on the jib section and a switch backside 540, frontside 360 and a backside 540 on the jump line. Kjersti came in a close second and Jordie Karlinski (USA) took home third place. The men took the last run of the day and Mark McMorris won the title with a run that consisted of a full Cab stall, Cab 270 frontboard to fakie and a half Cab to backside 360 in the jib section and a backside double cork 1080, frontside 900 and ended with a Cab 1260 on the jump line. Fellow Canadian, Sebastien Toutant, was right behind Mark in second.