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THE Norwegian boarders Marcus Kleveland and Torgeir Bergrem shut down Woodward Park City this weekend. As the comments say from Bryan Fox and Seth Huot, "Straight demolition derby" and "Lords of the board".

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Marcus Kleveland, born on April 25, 1999, is a renowned Norwegian snowboarder, specializing in slopestyle and big air competitions. He made history as the first athlete to successfully land a quad cork 1800 in competition. His exceptional talent was evident from his Winter X Games debut in 2017, where he clinched gold in Slopestyle and silver in Big Air. Prior to that, he triumphed at the World Cup in Milan in November 2016. Continuing his impressive streak, Kleveland secured two medals at the 2018 Winter X Games, earning gold in Slopestyle and silver in Big Air.

At the young age of 18, Kleveland made his Olympic debut, finishing 6th in Men's Slopestyle and 18th in Big Air. He followed this with a remarkable 3rd place at the 2018 Burton U-S Open Slopestyle. In 2021, he again dominated the Big Air event at the X Games, claiming the gold medal.

Kleveland's prowess peaked at the 2022 Winter X Games, where he achieved an outstanding feat, earning three medals. He secured gold in Men's Snowboard Big Air and Men's Snowboard Knuckle Huck, along with a silver in Men's Snowboard Slopestyle. Despite a strong showing, he placed 8th in Men's Slopestyle at the 2022 Winter Olympics.

Norwegian snowboarder Torgeir Herje Bergrem, born on September 20, 1991, has showcased his prowess on various prestigious platforms. He notably participated in the slopestyle events at both the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi and the 2018 Winter Olympics. His achievements include securing a bronze medal in big air at the X Games held in Hafjell in March 2017, where he competed alongside top talents such as Mark McMorris and Max Parrot, who claimed the first and second positions respectively.

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