Top-to-Bottom-Your-Runs-March

Check out the top five Top To Bottom run entries for the month of March 2015, and let us know who you think deserves to win an iON Air Pro 3 camera worth over €300!

All month, as part of our Top to Bottom contest presented by iON cameras, we’ve been looking for your top to bottom runs. From sidehit runs at your local hill, hammer park runs, or lines stacked with faceshots and pow slashes, all types of Top to Bottom run are encouraged and accepted.

This month, we’ve got entries from an American a Canadian, an Austrian, a Finn and more - let us know whose run you think should take home this month’s camera in the comments section below. The winner will be chosen by the Onboard judges and our decision is final. We will announce the winner on April 6th.

Don’t forget that the contest for April is open now, with the deadline for entries being the 27th of April. Get involved!

Here's a short but sweet one through the Levi park by Finnish ripper Eppu Niemi. Eppu puts down some really clean 270 and 360 offs with solid style.

24 year old park shaper Kelly Hodges puts down a sick top to bottom run at Betterpark Ehrwald. Here's a few words from him on what went down that day:

"March 23rd was supposed to be a bluebird day with perfect shred conditions so me and my friend Matej took a day off at work and went to Betterpark Ehrwald for the whole day. After couple hours of shredding the empty park we decided to give it a shot and film the 'top to bottom'. Unfortunately I didn't have enough speed for the first kicker due to the slushy snow (I sent it straight on the knuckle my first try). Eventually, 4th run did the trick and we managed to get this one on camera."

Although not a full top to bottom run, Josh Naasz puts down some super greasy tricks in this run from Northstar. His cab 3 on to hardway cab 270 combo at the start was pretty damn tidy - Torstein would approve...

This run of Ryan Doh at Mt. Bachelor may not contain the most difficult tricks, or the cleanest style, but it does feature 'crazy old-man' commentary from top to bottom, making it pretty damn entertaining.

It's always sick to see riders having a good time on their boards and not taking stuff too serious so we're stoked Ryan sent us this one.

Canadian rider Devan Peeters of the Hold It Down crew puts down a flawless top to bottom run at Mammoth mountain with a good selection of features, tricks and all with killer style.