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RESULTS | Stop #1 of Volcom PBRJ European Tour 2015 | Crans-Montana Snowpark, Switzerland

The first stop of the Volcom PBRJ European Tour was hosted by the CRANS-MONTANA SNOWPARK in Switzerland. This resort is just awesome...location, support, atmosphere and weather have just been great and we had a blast there.

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The Crans-Montana shaper crew built a very creative set-up, fun to ride for all riders from pros to groms. It consisted of a solid down rail, a flat-down rail, and a rail to wall ride combo. The set-up was perfect for opportunities of all different kind of tricks.

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The contest started at noon, and became immediately serious...from the beginning to the end we saw all kinds of presses, slides and combos you can imagine. It was great to see such a highly motivated bunch of shredders. Even the 15 and under division were killing it with plenty of hard tricks.

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Florian Fischer took top honors in this division getting a free Nitro Snowboard and tons of prizes, while in the 16-21 division Moritz Thönen took the win getting himself a good Volcom prize bag and a Nitro Snowboard as well.

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In the girls division, the level was quite impressive and once again Joelle JJ Juchli, dominated the pack of good “sheboarders" friends. The first 4 places in this category went to girls crew from LAAX. Congratulations and thanks for coming!

In the Open division were the cash prizes got split, Thomas Coldebella was the most consistent rider and took home 500chf with almost no bails and very solid tricks.

Last year`s winner, Rino Wenger, made it to second place and Arnold William third.

Altogether it was a banger start in CRANS MONTANA, we`re looking forward to next year. Big thanks to the CRANS-MONTANA SNOWPARK shaper crew and resort!

Further thanks to everybody who helped to make this event so epic and of course to our friends at Nitro Snowboards for the extra prizes.

See you at the next stop in Poland!

Photos: influsence.ch
Video: #FSTV/ Stefan Birri

Crans-Montana Snowpark 

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15 & Under Division:

1st: Fischer Florian
2nd: Acocer Perer Roberto
3rd: Imboden Silvan
4th: Betancourt Matteo
5th: Andermatten Mika

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15&under division winners

16 - 21 Division:

1st: Thönen Moritz
2nd: Wandfluh Igor
3rd: Bürki Simon
4th: Page Arsène Junior
5th: Zinniker Lars

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16-21 division winners

Girls Division:

1st: Joelle Juchli
2nd: Gruenestein Isabella
3rd: Stephanie Kauert
4th: Hanisch Barbara
5th: Blanc Rachèle

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Girls division winners

Open Division:

1st: Coldebella Thomas
2nd: Wenger Rino
3rd: Arnold William
4th: Geiser Jonathan
5th: Dillier Kenny

 

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Open division winners

 

 

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