Methods: it's impossible to get bored of 'em and Elias Elhardt knows it.
Sage Kotsenburg gettin' some tail
Yuki Kadono was sending it throughout the practice stages
All the colours of the (Bergisel) rainbow...
Gotta get footage for the webisode!
Can't go wrong with a stylish frontside 360
Tweak that shiiiett...
Peter König was boosting massive tweaked out backside rodeos...
Terje. Nuff said.
Back when methods like this were the newest trick around the world was still black and white (colours - as we all know - were only invented in about 1979). Elias Elhardt pays tribute to a classic era with a classic trick.
Michi Albin helpfully wrote his name on the base of his board. OK we know he has his own brand, but seriously, more pros should do this, seriously, it makes photographers' lives so much easier.
I was told this guy is a local legend - it's easy to see why. I was also told his name, but I'm afraid I can't remember it.
Marko Grilc won the event, but not with this double backflip - it was a front rodeo 5.
Devun Walsh with a trademark BS180 no grab.This trick pretty much made Sam's night.
As a former winner, Kevin Pearce got one of the biggest cheers of the night.
The Gimp! Stefan Gimpl, king of the Air & Style.
The ring ceremony was a bit OTT, but it was cool seeing the old boys honoured.
Reto Lamm shows his ring to the camera.
Terje Haakonsen - I've just learned his girlfriend is: "A really famous lesbian volleyball player in Norway," apparently. Musta been his looks that charmed her.
Ingemar Backman loves having his finger in the ring of glory. What do you mean that sounds dodgy?
Mark McMorris shares some triple tips with Terje.
Jim Rippey - I always imagined the radical preacher from that Paul Simon song being a bit like this dude.
Bring out the Gimp! Stefan Gimpl salutes the crowd, accompanied by the Air & Style founder.
Method! Literally air and style.
This dude was the last to drop in the end of the night rider chain - the longest ever apparently.
Tristan first stepped on a snowboard at the age of 12, and (despite being a bit rubbish) has made a point of riding as often as possible since. He joined Whitelines in 2009, and writes, shoots, films and edits for both the magazine and the website. Having headed up the team in charge of the Whitelines Buyers' Guide for the past four seasons knows more about the geeky side of snowboard kit than anyone should ever have to know.