TTR Pro Snowboarding announces freestyle results database

TTR Pro Snowboarding, the operator of the Swatch TTR World Snowboard Tour, is pleased to announce the launch of the first-ever competitive freestyle snowboarding results database. Just in time for the 2010 Vancouver Olympic Games, the TTR has launched a website where journalists and other interested parties can research individual rider competition results from the past 12 years.

The first of it’s kind, the TTR Snowboarding Results Database will cover results reaching back to 1998 and extend to the current date of competitive freestyle snowboarding. The database will cover slopestyle, halfpipe, quarterpipe and big air disciplines and will also reach outside of the Swatch TTR World Tour events to include major events such as the XGames, Dew Tour, Vans Cup, USSA and FIS events.

This database has been designed as a reference tool for journalists, media and other interested parties and is free of charge. The purpose for creating this database is to provide a comprehensive reference tool where competition results can be found regardless of what tour or series an individual event may be part of.

Register today on to find the first ever result database that does not refer to one sports organisation only.

Founded by Terje Haakonsen and industry innovators in 2002, the Swatch Ticket To Ride (TTR) World Snowboard Tour is a non-profit, rider-driven organization with the mission “to create the highest quality competitive snowboard environment in the world, using authenticity, accessibility, innovation as guiding principles”. Since its foundation, the Swatch TTR Tour has been developing into the most exposed snowboard tour worldwide featuring global grass root and key independent freestyle snowboarding events over a ten-month period from Southern to Northern Hemisphere locations. Events are rated via a 1-through-6Star system, with points allocated accordingly, a 6Star event holds the highest (1000 points). Any rider participating in these events, from up-and-coming to professional talent, earns ranking points and a position on the Swatch TTR World Ranking List. The top male and female rider based on an average of their best six results of the season (5+1 system) is crowned Swatch TTR World Snowboard Champion. For more information visit

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