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    Snowboarder Tiarn Collins has won the latest round of the men's slopestyle Snowboard World Cup in Calgary

    Snowboarder Tiarn Collins has won the latest round of the men's slopestyle Snowboard World Cup in Calgary


    The 21-year-old has won with a score of 80.50 points, beating Japan's Ruki Tobita into second.

    National coach Tom Wilmot says it's a phenomenal result.



    Compatriot Carlos Garcia Knight finished 33rd.

    © 2020 Newstalk ZB, NZCity


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