At Winter X Games 2011, then-19-year-old Seb Toutant became the first male rookie to win SBD Slopestyle since Travis Rice in 2002. The young Canadian posted a 97 during the Elimination round, the highest score ever awarded in WX Slopestyle (male or female, Snowboard or Skiing). Add in the silver at WX Europe in 2011 and bronze in Big Air at WX Aspen in 2012, and you’ll understand why he’s seen as one of the most promising competitive talents around. The guy is a contest madman and a competitive machine. His tricks are big and technical and his edge control and stomped landings set him apart. Let’s hope he has a big spare room for all the contest hardware which is sure to be coming his way. You can be sure his sights are set on Russia 2014 and his first Olympic medal.

In April 2011, he landed a backside triple cork 1440 at Squaw Valley, Calif., during a private Red Bull park session. He is the third person in history to stick a triple cork (behind fellow Oakley team riders Mark McMorris and Torstein Horgmo).

Seb Toutant


Date of Birth:
November 11, 1992
Montreal, Canada
Oakley, Ride Snowboards, O'Neill, Universe Boardshop

Career Highlights

    • 2013: Gold Medal, Euro X Games Slopestyle – Tignes, France
    • 2012: 2nd, Burton High Fives Slopestyle
    • 2012: 1st, Burton US Open Slopestyle
    • 2012: 2nd, World Snowboarding Championships Slopestyle
    • 2012: 1st, Dew Tour Slopestyle - Utah
    • 2012: 2nd, Dew Tour Slopestyle - Vermont
    • 2012: Bronze Medal, Winter X Games Big Air - Aspen
    • 2012: Winner, Dew Tour Overall Standings Slopestyle
    • 2011: Silver Medal, Winter X Games Big Air
    • 2011: Gold Medal, Winter X Games Slopestyle
    • 2011: 2nd, Dew Tour Slopestyle - Colorado
    • 2011: 2nd, Burton New Zealand Open Slopestyle
    • 2010: 1st, Air + Style Beijing Big Air
    • 2010: 1st, FIS World Cup Stockholm Big Air
    • 2009: 1st, Slopetyle New Zealand Open
    • 2009: 1st, Berlin
    • 2009: 1st, Showdown at Grouse
    • 2009: 2nd, Burton US Open Slopestyle
    • 2009: 3rd, US Open Quarterpipe
    • 2009: 2nd, Atlas Open