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On June 19th 2010, competitors from all over the world including New Zealand, England, France, Belgium, Austria, the Netherlands and Switzerland made their way to Germany for the 6th edition of the slopestyle contest ONE BIG PARKZEIT in the JEVER SKIHALLE Neuss. For the first time ever, the contest was also part of the Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour and as 3Star event handed out valuable TTR world ranking points. Elke Cogghe from Belgium and Florian Heim from Austria stood atop the podium of the snowboard competition that day.

“The quality among the snowboarders this year was as high as never before because of its TTR status. Riders came from everywhere to participate in the contest.“ sais snowboard professional and PARKZEIT judge Flo Penzinger. „Especially in the finals, the level of riding was extremely high.“ commented judge Kathrin Gappmayr in surprise.

Almost 100 snowboarders from eight nations from the age of 14 to 54 years came to Neuss to present their tricks and styles in the freshly shaped park of the ski dome. Four judges took on the difficult task to determine the best riders that day who would later be awarded with a road trip to the ONE BIG PARK funparks around Salzburg, and goodies from the event’s sponsors, such Nitro, Vans, Atomic, Brunotti, Deeluxe, DC, and Rome.

Top 3 of the ONE BIG PARKZEIT on 19./20.06.2010

Snowboard Men
1. Florian Heim (Mayrhofen / Austria)
2. Felix Harsch (Wegberg / Germany)
3. Jan Schmitz (Dormagen / Germany)

Snowboard Ladies
1. Elke Cogghe (Bredene / Belgium)
2. Laura Kunz (Westerburg / Germany)
3. Agnieszka Rusin (Innsbruck / Austria)


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Author: silvia