Once again Terje Haakonsen shows the world why he will continue to dominate snowboarding's most famous race. With his 7th win, Terje eeked out a win seperating him from the rest by split seconds. Terje, who had to catch a flight home to Norway right after the race and missed the awards, had the fastest time of the day with a 1.25.66. Josh Dirksen was less than a second behind in second place and Baker's own Temple Cummins took third. Temple Cummings, Josh Dirksen, and Travis Rice were all in the hunt, but a double DQ for Rice and just split seconds behind Terje, Temple and Josh just came up short. With some of the oldest average age on the podium for Pro Men it was a true ode to the awesome ability these riders have to reinvent themselves every year. Maelle Ricker took her sixth consecutive victory in the women's pro category, followed by Laura Hadar and local Maria Debari in second and third. For the men, local Lucas Debari finished 6th and Blair Hebenicht finished 5th another Baker local who continues to put down solid times year after year in the banked slalom. 25th Legendary Banked Slalom /// RESULTS + Extra Race Footage | Unofficial Networks

25th Legendary Banked Slalom /// RESULTS + Extra Race Footage

25th Legendary Banked Slalom /// RESULTS + Extra Race Footage

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25th Legendary Banked Slalom /// RESULTS + Extra Race Footage

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Terje wins another LBS making it his 7th roll of duct tape.

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Once again Terje Haakonsen shows the world why he will continue to dominate snowboarding’s most famous race.  With his 7th win, Terje eeked out a win seperating him from the rest by split seconds.  Terje, who had to catch a flight home to Norway right after the race and missed the awards, had the fastest time of the day with a 1.25.66. Josh Dirksen was less than a second behind in second place at 1.26.21 and Baker’s own Temple Cummins took third at 1.27.27.   Temple Cummings, Josh Dirksen, and Travis Rice were all in the hunt, but a double DQ for Rice and just split seconds behind Terje, Temple and Josh were within a second and a half.  With some of the oldest average age on the podium for Pro Men it was a true ode to the awesome ability these riders have to reinvent themselves every year.

Maelle Ricker took her sixth consecutive victory in the women’s pro category, followed by Laura Hadar and local Maria Debari in second and third.  For the men, local Lucas Debari finished 6th and Blair Hebenicht finished 5th another Baker local who continues to put down solid times year after year.

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