Today In Stoke: Skiing and snowboarding for dummies (and a real-life triple cork 1440)

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All week we've been hearing word that snowboarder Mark McMorris landed a first-ever triple cork 1440 in the terrain park at Snowmass during filming for the forthcoming TransWorld Snowboarding: Park Sessions video, and now TransWorld has the must-see video.

Since they're hoarding all those pageviews for themselves (selfish bastards) with a non-embeddable video clip, we thought we'd post the footage from this weekend's 2nd annual Dummy Jump at Powderhorn instead: Enjoy!

Powderhorn Ski Resort Dummy Jump 2011 from Powderhorn Ski Resort on Vimeo.

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