TTR O‘Neill Evolution 2011 | Davos |

|finals were nuts|

This year‘s TTR O‘Neill Evolution (TTR 6 Star), was just way too heavy. It was a perfect example, how hard it really became for riders to make it onto the podium, or even just into the finals. This year‘s winner – and new O‘Neill team rider Sebastien Toutant (CAN) came up quite late in the finals with his winning and decisive run. It was the last one, which cleared the finals and left the rest of the competition behind the young 18-year old. Clean Cab Double Cork 12 on the kicker and Front Board to BS Rodeo 450 at the pole gave him the win. Even though that his competitors were definitley up to his level, it wasn‘t enough for Eric Willet (USA) to beat „Seb Toots“, doing a Switch Doublecork 12 on the kicker and  New Burton rider Marc McMorris (CAN) made hiself a space between both riders, showing a nice Cab Double Cork 12 and Front Tail 450 out at the pole.

As you can see this year‘s slopestyle competitions will require pretty though skills and it gives a new space for discussing about wether techniques or style should be judged and how they influence the entire snowboard offspring, concerning also the related risks on performing such tricks.



1. Sebastien Toutant (CAN) – 96,64 Points

2. Mark McMorris (CAN) – 94,77 Points

3. Eric Willett (USA) – 94,63 Points

4. Seppe Smits (BEL) – 93,57 Points

5. Torgeir Bergrem (NOR) – 90,07 Points


1. Jamie Anderson (USA)  – 92,20 Points

2. Sarka Pancochova (CZE) – 90,53 Points

3. Enni Rukajärvi (FIN) – 86,77 Points

4. Sina Candrian (SUI) – 76,97 Points

5. Aimee Fuller (GBR) – 73,37 Points

source: pleasuremag

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