Hello from The Arctic Challenge

Oslo, Norway (February 16, 2009) — What you are looking at is a 10 meter tall sword, a tool used to measure a highly anticipated air for quarterpipe history. Since 2001, Oakley’s Matty Swanson has been waiting to give away a solid gold watch (guestimated value: a lot of coin) to the first person to meet this mark. Two years ago, Terje performed a 9.8 meter air, just short of the sword’s crest. Clearly he is still on his game and focused to one-up his 2007 performance and walk away with the prize. Stay tuned for more details of the 2009 Arctic Challenge as it gets underway later this week…


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