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World of Freesports
January 08, 2011 AT 11:41 PM
Canada's Sebastien Toutant was on fire on the slopestyle course and won the finals with a Cab double cork 1260 to a backside boardslide to underflip out on his final run. Fellow Canadian, Mark McMorris was able to put down a Cab double cork 1260 to frontside tailslide to 450 out after a hard slam on his first run to take second place. And, American rider, Eric Willet, who has been making a name for himself over the past two seasons in the contest scene took third place with a switch backside double cork 1260 to backside boardslide to 450 out. The three North American boys have been pushing each other throughout the week of training here in Davos, Switzerland. And today that level was taken one step higher with all three winning with a Cab Double Cork 1260.