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1 Grip-n-spin Herringbone Nose Roll Perform a herringbone step up a moderate incline. Perform a 180 with only the nose of the board touching the snow. Aggressive Skate Demonstrate an aggressive skate with minimal slippage. 1,000 Steps Execute a set of Thousand-Steps, skating along the path of a series of turns. Avoid interruption of skate-action at turn initiation. Hop 180 While sliding across the snow, jump off both feet a rotate the board 18o. Continue riding switch. Linked ToeSide Turns At the finish of a toeside turn, perform a frontside air-180 landing back on your toeside. Continue the turn riding switch and finish with another frontside 180 to land back on your toeside riding normally.

2 Pivot station Falling Leaf Falling Leaf Perform a side-slip that travels fore and aft within a corridor. Travel back and forth across the fall line without an edge change. Hockey Slide corridor Slide Enter a straight-run, then demonstrate a hockey stop-style turn, resulting in a slip within a corridor. While riding a flat board directly in the fall line, alternately pivot nose and tail around center point between feet slowly bringing the board to a stop. Pivot Slip Pivot Slip Execute a series of slipping turns within a corridor, performing a pivot at regular intervals. Pivot the snowboard back and forth from the heelside to toeside edge. The board should pivot directly below the body with minimal movement of the upper body.

3 Grip n Slice Carved Turns Perform a series of turns with a carved control phase. Carved Traverse Cross the line, making sure that the tip and tail of the board travel the same path and leave a thin trail in the snow. Railroad Tracks Carved Turns Demonstrate a series of RR-Tracks on green terrain. Edge change should occur without pivot and within a ski length. Combine the Carved traverses into linked turns. The board should not skid. Dynamic railroad Tracks Execute a run of dynamic carved turns, evidenced by clear and contiguous parallel tracks. Airborne Edge Change When finishing a carved turn, try to hop up in the air and switch edges, coming down on a clean edge and holding it all the way through the turn. Be as light as possible when landing on the edge.

4 Versatility Station Leapers Perform 4-5 Leapers - medium radius turns with a hop at edge change, otherwise following the initial path of the turn. Switch Skidded turns linked skidded turns while riding switch. 10 Hop Turns Demonstrate 10 Hop Turns, taking off and landing in balance. Switch carved turns Linked turns with the tip and tail traveling the same path. The board should not skid. 25 Hop turns Switch Bumps Execute 25 Hop Turns, taking off from and landing with a pronounced edge set and little-to-no slide. Switch controlled turns through a moderately difficult bump field.

5 Box/Rail Station Box Slide 50/50 a Box Slide a box while keeping the Skis Slide a box while keeping the board parallel to the feature. Rail Slide 50/50 a Rail Slide a rail while keeping the skis Slide a rail while keeping the board parallel to the feature. Switch Box Slide Approach the box switch. Then slide the box while keeping the skis Boardslide a Box Slide a rail while keeping the board

6 Bump Station Traverse Bumps Traverse Bumps Traverse the bump field while showing good absorption with the legs Traverse the bump field while showing good absorption with the legs. Controlled Corridor Controlled Corridor Linked turns through the bumps. Linked turns through the bumps. Zipper Line Zipper Line Linked turns in a 2-3 bump corridor. Linked turns in a 2-3 bump corridor.

7 Jump Station Straight Air Straight Air Straight air over a table-top. Straight air over a table-top. Grab Air 180 While in a straight air, perform a grab of your choice. Perform a 180 over a table-top. Must Clear the Knuckle. Air 360 Air 360 Perform a 360 over a table-top. Perform a 360 over a table-top.

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