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World of Freesports
January 27, 2011 AT 5:32 AM
The 2011 edition of the O'Neill Evolution will go down as one of the most significant milestones in the history of professional snowboarding. This was the year that four of the sport's best Slopestyle contest riders raised the bar by stomping trick after trick when it mattered most, and the year that three close friends - Seb Toots, Marc McMorris and Eric Willet ended - up on the podium after arguably the best and most thrilling Superfinal ever. And spare a thought for Belgian rider Seppe Smits - a score of 93.57 would normally be more than enough to win any contest, but on this special night his score wasn't even good enough for a spot on the podium.