Big 12’s: Sebastien Toutant Victorious at TTR 6 Star O’Neill Evolution Slopestyle, Oakley Teammates Throw Down


The Slopestyle finals at the O’Neill Evolution in Davos was a showdown of 12’s.

But it was Oakley’s Seb Toutant’s cab double cork 12 melon that owned the competition and landed him the Slope title at the spirited event – which was dominated by the youngsters throwing down and raising the bar for the future of the sport. One of those other youngsters: Oakley teammate and fellow Canadian Mark McMorris, whose cab double cork 12 (super steezy) nose and bs 540 bonk on the pole rail after a big bail in his first final run, had him grab the runner-up spot.

“It was so amazing today,” Seb said, rockin’ his Oakley goggles. “Every run we were stepping it up. On my last run I was outside of the podium and I just went for it and stomped my best cab 12 ever. It was so much fun. It feels so great to be on the podium with my good friends.”

The win is his second 6 Star triumph of the season after he rocked the field at the recent Oakley and Shaun White Present: Air + Style Beijing in China.

Meanwhile in the Halfpipe Men´s Final, Oakley’s young gun Swiss rookie, 16 year old Jan Scherrer, finished a solid third – making for his best TTR result ever and a great first event of him in his Oakley Crowbar goggles.

Men Halfpipe results:
1st Christian Haller SUI
2nd Iouri Podlatchikov SUI
3rd Jan Scherrer SUI (Oakley)

Men Slopestyle Final:
1st Sebastian Toutant CAN (Oakley)
2nd Mark Mc Morris CAN (Oakley)
3rd Eric Willet USA

Scope out the best runs of the slope contest:


Andrew De Lara


January 11, 2011

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