Mini Shredits: S2E1 - The B.E.N.C.H. Press Challenge

Mini Shredits: S2E1 - The B.E.N.C.H. Press Challenge

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Mini Shredits: S2E1 - The B.E.N.C.H. Press Challenge

MiniShredits is back! And smaller than ever. But you see, that’s the thinking behind MiniShredits, the show where host Henry Jackson gets some of the biggest talents in freestyle snowboarding to take time out from hitting the pro line and go ride the smallest features on the mountain in the most radical way possible.

It’s the first episode of the new series, and to get things rolling we’ve got two hot young talents from the US of A hitting a bench that’s barely big enough to sit on, let alone slide down.

Judd Henkes is a small guy with serious skills: last year he qualified for the US Open Halfpipe final at the tender age of 14, while Grant Giller is a Colorado local known for crushing rails, park and backcountry with equal abandon. But going big is no help here: how will the boys fare when it comes to going small? Watch Judd Henkes and Grant Giller battle it out on the world’s smallest rail.

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