Remind yourself of the tornado of super shredding that characterised contests in 2013-13 with this nice enough flashback at last season's World Snowboard Tour.
And Parrot wins the Big Air event.
Peetu was recently crowned the overall winner of the World Snowboard Tour for a record fourth time. Check this compilation of some of his riding highlights, along with chat from the man himself...
The second installment of the World Snowboard Tour's epic lookback at the history of competitive snowboarding continues... This time we get to see Terje in his pipe pomp and the emergence of a contest that was to take the snowboard world by storm - the Air&Style.
Pack your best chopsticks, we're off to China
The World Snowboard Tour is almost a wrap as The Arctic Challenge prepares to kick off in Oslo. This recap walks you through who's won what so far, and contains some epic bib boarding to boot...
Big news has shook snowboarding's competitive landscape today with the announcement that not only has the X Games (both the US and Euro edition) signed up to be a 6-Star World Snowboard Tour event, the US Grand Prix stops have too, which will be both 5-Star WST events and FIS World Cups. Read on...
The Mile High and Stylewars have joined together to make the Australian Pro Tour - both are open slopestyle 4-star World Snowboard Tour events with a combined prize pool of $40,000US.
After solely awarding Overall Tour titles in previous seasons, the TTR introduced extra, discipline-specific crowns to be won on this year's contest circuit and, following the conclusion of the US Open, they've been decided for the 2011/12 tour. Take a bow, Seppe Smits, Seb Toutant, Jamie Anderson, Kelly Clark, Iouri Podladtchikov, Cilka Sadar and Ståle Sandbech.
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