Highlights from the Swatch TTR 6Star O'Neill Evolution 2nd Mens Halfpipe Snowboarding Qualies in Davos, Switzerland. Watch as some of the worlds best snowboarders compete for the Swatch TTR 6Star finals. With a score of 91.33 Ilkka-Eemeli was sitting in first place going into his second run. With no one threatening his lead it could have been an easy run... so he pulled out a double cork... after a Backside 540 - Frontside 1080 - Cab 720 - Double Cork 1080 - and scored himself the run of the day with 95.17
Are you ready for the Europe's best Womens 6Star Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour event? You better be because the Roxy Chicken Jam is almost here. With the best female athletes in attendance battling for the 1000 TTR points on offer. We have Sarka Pancochova and Chery Maas fighting it out for the world Number 1 spot and a host of riders battling for top 5 contention, including, kjersti buaas, chanelle sladics, ursina haller, lisa wiik and cilka sadar. Visit http://www.ttrworldtour.com for more information - its gunna be huge!
Stine Brun-Kjeldaas introducing the world famous Swatch TTR 6Star All Female event - the Roxy Chicken Jam. Coming at you from its new location at Saalbach Hinterglemm the Roxy Chicken Jam will not disappoint. Watch as Olympic Medalist Stine talks you through whats happening this weekend and as she explains about the snowboarding events efforts to become carbon neutral.
Quicksilver snowboarding legend and Chicken Jam organizer Tina Birbaum introduces the 6Star Roxy Chicken Jam course and kicks off the qualies. See interviews with a few of the girls and watch the qualification action unfold. With Van Gils Charlotte, Larsen Cecilia, Frost Claire, Sadlowski Diana, Paumola Heidi and Pribosic Urska qualifying for the finals tomorrow they will join the likes of current Swatch TTR World No.1 Sarka Pancochova and Cheryl Maas to battle it out for this coveted 6Star title on the Swatch TTR Tour.
Take a look at the amazing 2010 Swatch TTR 6Star O'Neill Evolution Halfpipe snowboarding finals coming straight from Davos, Switzerland. Featuring all the podium action from every angle. See Peetu Piiroinen and Markus Keller throw down two huge runs only for Iouri Podladtchikov to step it up and blow them out of the park with a Crippler, Back 9, Front 10, finished with his amazing Cab 10 Double Cork. Truly a wonder to behold!
Watch all the action from the final day of the Swatch TTR 6Star Roxy Chicken Jam Europe Snowboard Competition in Saalbach Hinterglemm, Austria. Featuring the winning runs by Kjersti Ostgaard Buaas, Cheryl Maas and Enni Rukajärvi. Definitely 3 of the best slopestyle snowboarders around today!
TTR wraps up all of last weeks action at the O'Neill Evolution snowboarding event in Davos, Switzerland. Focusing on the competition between Marko Grilc and Peetu Piiroinen for the World Snowboarding Tours number one spot. With his eyes firmly set on two consecutive world titles, Peetu Piiroinen goes head to head with strong performances in both formats, proving once again that he is a force to be reckoned with. Who will win the Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour? Stay tuned!
Highlights of the slopestyle snowboarding action that went down this weekend at the 2010 Men's Slopestyle Finals at the 5Star TTR O'Neill Evolution in Davos, Switzerland. This video includes top 3 winning runs from Marko Grilc , Ville Paumola and Peetu Piiroinen. 3rd place being enough to push Peetu to the top of the Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour Rankings! Can he hold on to his lead?
Follow the girls as the Swatch TTR World Snowboarding Tour lands in Saalbach Hinterglemm for the European 6Star Roxy Chicken Jam. With the finals going on in the background the vivacious Chanelle Sladics gives you the low down, interviewing Kjersti Buaas and current world number 1, Sarka Pancochova, as she goes. Including the finals snowboarding action and a great interview with Cheryl Maas about her ambitions for this season. A really fun edit that must be seen. Who will become the female World Snowboarding Champion? Stay tuned.
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Manufacturer Item: T010.417.17.031.02
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Luminescent: Hands and markers
Calendar: Date displays at 4 o'clock position
Crystal: Scratch Resistant Sapphire
Band Width: 26.8 mm
Band Material: Black Rubber
Clasp Type: Push Button Deployment
Emblem: Dial, Clasp, Crown, Case back
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Tissot introduced the first mass-produced pocket watch and the first pocket watch with two times zones in 1853 and the first anti-magnetic watch in 1929-30. Charles-Emile Tissot left for Russia in 1858 and succeeded in selling their savonnette pocket watches across the Russian Empire. The Tissot company was also the first to make watches out of plastic (IDEA 2001 in 1971), stone (the Alpine granite Rock watch in 1985), mother of pearl (the Pearl watch in 1987), and wood (the Wood watch in 1988). Tissot merged with the Omega watch making family in 1930 and Tissot-Omega watches from this era are sought after by collectors.
Still based in Le Locle, Switzerland and present in more than 150 countries around the world, Tissot has been a member of the The Swatch Group Ltd., the largest watch producer and distributor in the world, since 1983.
Highlights from the 8th Red Bull Nanshan Open, a 4star Swatch TTR snowboarding competition based in Beijing, China. Watch great snowboarding from winner Juuso Laivisto and Sergey Lapushkin, David Bertschinger Karg.
Watch the latest highlights from the Chill and Destroy Tour stop in Ehrwald, Austria. The Chill and Destroy Tour stop is a Swatch TTR 3Star slopestyle event that promotes the grass roots of snowboarding. This video features some great snowboarders including Piotr Janosz who finished 1st, Rudi Kroell who came 2nd and Patrick Wörle who placed 3rd. Other notable mentions include Philipp Kundratitz who finished in 1st place in the kids final.
The Swatch TTR Burton Canadian Open (“CANO”) is coming back to WinSport Canada's Canada Olympic Park on February 1-7, 2010. Join riders from around the world in competing in world class halfpipe and slopestyle courses and for a $50,000 cash purse. The third stop in the Burton Global Open Series, the CANO will be a crucial stop for riders looking to accumulate BGOS points. This is even more important this year, because the top 3 men and women BGOS riders will be awarded major cash for their hard work (like $50k for 1st, $30k for 2nd and $20k for 3rd). The CANO is also proud to be a 5Star TTR event….just another reason to get out there and compete. All riders that compete will earn TTR points, but the top male and female rider will walk away from the CANO with 800 TTR points and a chance at the TTR Championship title.
It was a perfect sunny day for The Protest World Rookie Fest finals at the Swatch Mottolino Snowpark. The riding level was high and kids coming from all around the world confirmed that the progression of snowboarding is happening. Diana Augustinova and Sebbe De Buck are the winners of the Groms and Katarzyna Rusin and Roope Tonteri the winners of the rookie’s categories.
The girls, despite being less than boys impressed the judges and the boys too! Girls showed their skills on the M course of the Swatch Mottolino Snowpark, while boys where attacking the L and XL lines. The winning girls of the Groms category are: Diana Augustinova(CZE), Maria Delfina Maiocco (IT) and Noemi Valloray (IT). In the rookie’s category Katarzyna Rusin (POL) take the lead of Nora Thompson (NOR) who took second place, and Marika Enne (FIN) who finished in third place.
In the boys’ field the Groms podium goes to Seppe De Buck (BEL) (run : 50-50 180out, switch backside 540, frontside 720 e backside 720), Seamus O’Connor (USA) as second place and Lucas Baume (SUI) third place.
On the rookie’s side first place goes to Roope Tonteri (FIN) who secured the victory with a sick run that started off with 50-50 backflip out, cab900, backside900 and cab1080. Brage B Richenberg (NOR) got second place and Niklas Mattsson (SWE) third place.
Snow falls and wind storms didn't stop the Black Yeti's squad in Vallnord, Andorra, for the first rookie fest on the Pyrenees. Challenging for three tickets to the Swatch TTR 4Star Protest World Rookie Finals in Ischgl, Austria, riders from Spain, Andorra, France, Nederland and Argentina killed a perfectly shaped slopestyle by ASP Snowparks consisting of 4 table tops with jumps from 10 to 15meters, rails and boxes.
Watch footage of Team USA training in New Zealand and Competing in the Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour. Featuring TTR World Snowboard Champ, Shaun White, Scotty Lago, Louie Vito and Greg Bretz. Could these guys take Gold, Silver and Bronze in the Halfpipe? It could happen after watching the double corks in this footage.