Oxbow Back To Powder: The show goes on

Skiers and boarders will continue the competition on 6th February in the Wood Zone, an area consisting of wooden features. This area has been especially built by Oxbow, and will stay up for the rest of winter.

Elina Sirparanta.  Copyright: OrganiserGreat weather conditions for this morning, Thursday February 5th, allowed the riders to session the freestyle
backcountry zone.

This zone has been especially built for the event, and combines runs through couloirs, rocks and a series of jumps.
Riders were able to link up great jumps whilst landing in a powder filed.

Amongst them, the Japanese snowboarder Yuji Suzuki carried out an almost perfect run with great amplitude. On
skis, Dane Tudor, Mike Hopkins, Kye Petersen, and Matt Marguetts, stood out for their style and determination.

The recco meeting took place a little later in the evening. Safety is one of the main issues throughout this Oxbow
back to powder.


Pospisil demolishes Red Bull Snowscrapers

Under the bright lights of the New York City skyline in front of a supportive crowd battling a frigid cold, U.S. rider Shayne Pospisil pushed through a hard-hitting field of world-class snowboarders to claim the inaugural Red Bull Snowscrapers title.

Canadian Open 2009.  Copyright: opensnowboarding.com

Day 3 of the Burton Canadian Open

An impressive field of 50 riders was cut down to 15, and then the next 10 highest scores from both session one and session two move on to tomorrow’s slopestyle qualification round.


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