Freestyle World Champs: Roope Tonteri hits 1440 to win gold

Finn Roope Tonteri retains his world big air title at the 2015 FIS Snowboarding World Championships in Kreischberg by hitting a gigantic 1440 on his second run.

He won with a total of 173.75 points beating Darcy Sharpe from Canada into second and Kyle Mack of the USA into third.

Britain's Billy Morgan finished in seventh place while Elena Koenz won the women's competition.

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