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Mike Rav at Loon Mountain’s Last Call 2013

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Mike Rav at Loon Mountain’s Last Call 2013

Mike Rav spent his formative years decimating the Loon Mountain Park and while he is on the road much of the winter now, filming his part for the new KTC flick, he still makes it back home for Eastern Boarder's Last Call. While you may be most familiar with Rav's rail game, here's some transition tricks from this East Coast dude. Featuring a cameo from Nick Doucette.

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Lib Tech and Think Thank’s “Life Hammers”

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Lib Tech and Think Thank’s “Life Hammers”

Lib Tech heads "back East" for the Near Canada Open, Last Call and whatever other snowboarding and life hammers they can get in along the way. Ted Borland, Jesse Burtner, Stefan Krumm and Sam Hulbert go from Sunday River to Loon to Boston meeting up with east coast homies Brandon Reis, Mike Rav, Tanner McCarty, Preston Strout and even the illusive Forrest Burki along the way. If you like snowboarding with your bros, kids chucking at events, "packed powder", front flips, erection plants and friendly fire than here's your edit guy!

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Last Call 2012: Video

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Last Call 2012: Video

Events like Eastern Boarder's Last Call at Loon, NH are like a breath of fresh air from the run-of-the-mill contest formats. Here is the video from the 2012 edition. Check out a full recap and photos right here. Video by: Gary Tyler McLeod

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Last Call: Loon 2012

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Last Call: Loon 2012

Words: Tyler Davis
Photos: T. Bird


Nothing beats a sunny New England spring day, especially when it coincides with one of the best contests in snowboarding. Eastern Boarder has been putting on Last Call for the past 11 years, and this edition might have been the heaviest yet. With an impressive invited riders list, innovative set up and perfectly sunny day, the 12th annual Last Call was on.

Brian Norton, Jay Scambio and the rest of the Loon Mountain Park crew set up some of the best features I have seen in a long time. The first section was filled with an array of unique tiered rail features, including a flat-down-flat tube and flat-gap-down box. Nic Doucette was an early standout, gapping from the take off of the middle section to the Jersey barrier on the far right side. Other standout riding came from the likes of Ian Keay, Eugene Stancato, Brandon Rego and Rob Hallowell, each showing their own unique approach on the rails. The second session went down on the quarterpipe/wall ride/close out rail combo feature. With tons of options and riders dropping all over the place, it was the scene of some heavy tricks and close calls. Will Mayo and Danny Garrity both found the sweet spot with numerous overhead backside airs, but the trick of the session belonged to Terrick B, with his massive 270 transfer into the wall ride. The day ended with one of the biggest right side hips New Hampshire has ever seen. Nick Doucette and Zach Normandin where blasting overhead airs with ease and style. Without a doubt, Hunter Wood had the trick of the day, somehow tapping to fakie the height pole on the deck. It was unreal.

Amy Gan and Mary Rand rode well all day, but couldn’t stop Joanna Dzierzawski. Coming all the way from Lake Tahoe, she killed it all day and definitely deserved first place. On the men’s side it was a tight battle between the top three. In the end Hunter Wood took third, Ian Keay second and it was Nick Doucette taking home the win. Nick was on point all day, gapping the rail section, handplanting the barrels on the quarter pipe and claiming the biggest air on the hip. A big thank you goes out to Eastern Boarder, K2, Oakley, Red Bull, and Thirtytwo for all of their support, along with the LMP crew for their hard work.

Results:
Men:
1. Nick Doucette (hip high air and rail best trick)
2. Ian Keay
3. Hunter Wood
Hip best trick- Travis Nuenhaus Wallride best trick- Terrick B

Women:
1. Joanna Dzierzawski
2. Mary Rand
3. Amy Gan

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