From Blauvelt’s Epic Backcountry edits and Bear's classic weekends, to Shoot Outs, Full Parts, and the unbelievable triple corking evolution; 2011 once again raised the viewing bar in snowboarding. New tricks went down, parks got thrashed, spots got blown, and season's got shot—all in front of our very screens and eyes.

Looking forward to 2012, we'll be premiering more insane videos, tricks, and full parts on than ever. Upgrade that beasted dial-up connection and prepare those pupils for cornea-singeing snowboard overload. The new video decade is going to be get buck. Stay tuned through TWSNOW Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram

Alright! Without further delay, here are the ten most watched videos of the year. Enjoy!

Top Ten Most Viewed Videos of 2011: #10

10th: 2011 TWS Team Shoot Out Video: CAPITA

The Capita crew all piled into a musty ski patrol cabin at the base of Stevens. Camaraderie and boot stank reached excessive levels. The nighttime sessions were heavy, and the team took down beasty closeout rails, rail-to-cliff combos, and trannies tucked in trees. Capturing the sessions and synergies that fuel snowboarding was their drive.

Teamriders: Cale Zima, Dan Brisse, Scott Stevens, Laura Hadar, and Phil Jacques

Filmmakers: Mark Dangler & Matt Roberge

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9th: John Jackson F'it Full Part

John Jackson’s FULL PART from "F-IT" by Forum, Special Blend and Foursquare.  John’s part Won "Video Part Of The Year" at the TransWorld Riders Poll awards voted on by his peers the Pro Snowboarding community, and we posted the Full Part online shortly after.

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8th: Sunday In The Park 2011: Episode 7

The original weekly Video in Snowboarding “Sunday In The Park” from Bear Mountain is a view counter hit weekly.

It's Sunday In The Park Episode 7 from the weekly Bear Mountain Park update Featuring Chris Bradshaw, Lucas Magoon, Alex Hereford, Justin Mulford, Daniel Brown, Chad Tarbell, and Ryan Tarbell.

Video By Adam Ruzzamenti

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7th. Sunday In The Park 2011: Episode 12

Episode 12 of the weekly Bear Mountain Park update, Featuring the riding of Austen Granger, Jonny Castro, Evan LeFebvre, Kyle Smith, Pat Lynch, Jessi Blackwell, Erik Leon, and Riley Nickerson.

Video By Adam Ruzzamenti

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6th. TransWorld Park Sessions: Aspen Snowmass

Debut Year TW park project racked up some views for itself.

Last Spring we had Mark and Craig McMorris, Gjermund Bråten, and Tyler Flanagan come up to Aspen Snowmass, Colorado, for a park shoot. There was good weather, a good crew, and good times. It's these kind of scenarios that create progression. And that's just what happened. Mark laid down the world's first backside triple cork 1440 and Gjermund did all four double cork 10s.

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5th. "Jake Blauvelt Naturally" Full Part

The most viewed Full Part of the year on TWSNOW.

Jake Blauvelt's full part from last winters webisode series "Naturally".  This part has some of the gnarliest lines and biggest natural jumps we have ever seen! It's some serious snowboarding. Watch it, and see for yourself.

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4th. 2011 Team Shoot Out Winners: Technine

Winning the 3rd Team Shoot Out Technine took to the streets with a battered crew in the graffiti-strewn urban environment of Montreal. In their search for new spots, they aimed to document the "daily grind" of the Technine team doing what they do best—real raw street riding.

Teamriders: Jonah Owen, Dylan Thompson, Andrew Brewer, Derek Dennison

Location: Montreal, Quebec, Canada

Filmmakers: Cole Taylor and Jeremy Miller

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3rd. World's First Switch Backside Triple Cork 1440 By Pat Burgener

Following Mark McMorris’s footsteps, out of nowhere came this Switch Backside Triple Cork and again is created an online stir late in the spring.

Video by Florent Beauverd

Caught Up by Ivan Zwahlen

Pat Burgener has incredible natural talent. At only 16, he progresses with such natural ease, that it's almost impossible to put him in a box. Is he a grom? Is he a comp kid? Is he a pipe jock?  To get a better idea of who this kid is, just take a look at his past week. Frustrated about the crappy season in Europe, Pat decided to organize a photo shoot at his home resort before heading to the US. He called up his local shapers, and had an existing set up rebuilt into a poppy "perfect" jump. He invited a couple of filmers and a photographer and promised to try a couple new tricks. But in the end, in spite of slush, wind and a rapidly melting kicker, Pat ended up stomping an unexpected switch backside triple cork. In just 5 hours, he learned 3 new tricks and did it all by himself. Pat is still quite young and lives in Switzerland, so we can't blame you if you've never heard of him before this. Hey Pat — Say hello to the world.

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Hundreds of trailers came out in 2011, but this one for the new Travis Rice Mega Movie was easily the most viewed on TWSNOW.
From the original post:
From the producers of That's It, That's All comes a new breed of snowboarding entertainment exceeding all expectations: The Art of FLIGHT follows Travis Rice, John Jackson, Mark Landvik, Scotty Lago, Jake Blauvelt, Nicolas Müller, Gigi Rüf, DCP and Pat Moore as they dream up new global adventures and progress the sport to unimaginable levels. Brain Farm has gathered an arsenal of the most advanced and progressive filmmaking technology to bring the masses a snowboarding adventure of epic proportions. Filmed on location in Jackson Hole, Alaska, Chile, Aspen, Patagonia, British Columbia and more, FLIGHT brings the viewer along for the perfect blend of adventure/travel drama and high-energy snowboarding action.

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#1 Most Viewed Video of the Year:

Mark McMorris Backside Triple Cork 1440


Blowing the doors off the TransWorld Video player was McMorris’ Triple Cork Video back in March.  Stacking up over 200,000 views, it is by a mile the most viewed video of 2011 on

From the original post March 7th: Last week on Jump 5 in the Snowmass park in Colorado Mark McMorris stomped the first-ever Backside Triple Cork 1440, the crew was sessioning the public park for the upcoming "Park Sessions" Project coming Fall 2011.

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