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Anna Gasser Great Cab Double Cork 900

Shared By: Snowboarding.com | November 06, 2013

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This short clip provided by the Austrian Freestyle Snowboard Team highlights 22-year-old Anna Gasser who recently became the first ever woman to land a cab double cork 900 thus stepping up women's slopestyle riding in the lead up to the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympic Games.

Video filmed end edited by Stefan Cerwenka, Headcoach Freestyle Snowboard Team Austria.

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