1. Welcome to the Line-Up Clint Allan


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    Le Bent proudly welcomes Clint Allan to our Line-Up. Clint has been at the forefront of Australian Snowboarding for over a decade now and is highly respected on the International scene. Clint grew up on the beaches and also surfs as hard as he rides. Welcome to the team Clint Allan.

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      • Transfer Issue #15 – Behind the cover


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        This past Japanese winter, filmer Mitch Ayers, photographer Andrew Fawcett, and snowboarders Clint Allan, Ryan Tiene and Dustin Craven went to Hakuba to shoot for Transfer #15. Here, Andrew 'Fredi' Fawcett talks us through his creative process... Filmed and edited by Mitch Ayers, https://vimeo.com/user6132621

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        • Go Seek - Japan Section


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          My section from last years Reason Films release "Go Seek". The first section is Nate Johnstone with a couple of hits on perisher 'Photo Battle' kicker from 2010. Then the 2nd half is what i filmed whilst in Japan with Nick Hyne, Clint Allan and Mitch Allan. Edit by Ben Ryan- Reason Films Shot on HMC150

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            Japan Journals is a snowboarding web series based out of the fluffy depths of Japan's snow covered wilderness. In Episode 1 we have Gondola access to some jaw-dropping fun terrain and we meet up with Japanese pro rider Taka Nakai and get him to show us why he loves riding his homeland so much. We then venture up to Nakayama Pass and explore some good jump spots with some of the best powder earth has to offer. This is the first of the 4 Japan Journals web episodes. Stay posted throughout the season to see what drags the world’s best snowboarders to this incredible part of the world.

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            • The best of AussieSnowboard.TV


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              The best of Australian Snowboarding with www.AussieSnowboard.com. Thanks to Casio G-Shock. "A huge thanks to everyone to all the riders, filmers, sponsors and resorts for all their hard work this winter. We appreciate all the support for our first year online and are planning an even bigger 2012 for AussieSnowboard.com. Thank you!". - Robett Hollis. Featuring Riders: Alex 'Chumpy' Pullin, Andy Lloyd, Billy Hayman, Brian Goodwin, Cees Willie, Chris De Campo, Clint Allan, Damon Hayler, Dan Currie, Dane Tiene, Daniel Harry Crean, Henry Bessell, Jason Currie, Jeremy Burns, Jye Kearney, Mat Galina, Matt Sedunary, Matto Smith, Max Buri, Mitch Allan, Mitch Williams, Nathan Johnston, Nick Brown, Nick Wood, Robbie Walker, Ryan Tiene, Scotty James, Tim Laidlaw, Tom Clairs, Tom Pelley, Tom Reilly, Tor Lundstrom & Torah Bright. About AussieSnowboard.TV: AussieSnowboard.TV documents the best in the Australian snowboard scene with roadtrips, exclusive shoots, top event coverage and more. The premier season of AussieSnowboard.TV in 2011 is a 15 episode series distributed internationally and is brought to you by G-SHOCK and AussieSnowboard.com - The Home of Australian Snowboarding. Music: Song - Nothings Changed On The Dancefloor Artist - Paul Curreri Hey guys for a free download of the track hit the link here http://bit.ly/paulcurreridwnld LINKS: www.aussiesnowboard.com www.facebook.com/​AussieSnowboard www.tinangelrecords.co.uk/paul/index.html www.paulcurreri.com www.gshock.com/

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              • AussieSnowboardTV - 100 Feet at Thredbo


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                Tor Lundström of Sweden and Clint Allan of Australia are invited up to Thredbo by park builder Charles Beckinsale to his a jump.. 100 ft long jump that is! www.AussieSnowboard.com Check out the footage of the boys hitting top speeds and sending it with style over this monster booter.

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                • TTR Stylewars - 10 Year Special


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                  Clint Allan takes you through 10 years of Stylewars in Australia and the moments that have made the event what it is today.

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                  • TTR Stylewars 2011 - Final Day


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                    In true form at Falls Creek, finals day at TTR Stylewars went mad once again, showcasing some of the best riders in the southern hemisphere. Swedish Tor Lundstrom took out first place in front of Aussies Clint Allan and Scotty James, but followed closely by an international pack including Nick Brown, Max Buri, Matt Galena and a ton more.

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                    • TTR Stylewars 2011 - Day 1


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                      Young gun Scotty James – 17-year-old Australian Olympic Halfpipe athlete – is at the top of the leaderboard after Day One of Stylewars: The Australian Slopestyle Championships. This comes after red-hot favourite Gjermund Braaten from Norway was knocked out of competition, after breaking his collarbone for the second time since December last year. Currently ranked 5th on the TTR World Snowboard Tour, Braaten set the standard high stomping a double cork back 10 in his first judged run of competition. But unfortunately, Braaten fell awkwardly on the last feature ending his chances of winning the money. Following closely behind Scotty James are Clint Allan, Pete Long, Tor Lundström and Andrew Roth. With perfect weather and more blue skies ahead, riders are guaranteed impeccable riding conditions for the entire event. For this reason, a vote was made by the competitors to scale back the slopestyle component of the competition to two days instead of three. This change in schedule gives riders the opportunity to relax and recuperate energy for the notorious 28 Stairs rail jam event on Wednesday night. Richard Hegarty, Event Organiser and founder of Stylewars, couldn't be happier with the event so far. "Apart from Gjermund's injury, everything has run perfectly." He says, "The sunshine (with no wind!) has given our 25 riders the best chance at performing their best. What's more is that unlike previous years, our Aussies are dominating the scoreboard, which is fantastic to see. This could well be in fact in the best Stylewars we've ever had in the past 10 years running." Judged on their two best runs of the two-hour competition window, riders will need to throw down their best performances tomorrow to secure their share of the $25,000 prize money. The winner of Stylewars 2011 will be announced in the afternoon. Day One top Stylewars results: Scotty James (AUS) Clint Allan (AUS) Pete Long (AUS) Tor Lundström (SWE) Andrew Roth (AUS)

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