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Best Gavin McClurg podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Gavin McClurg podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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Ari is an adventure athlete who travels the world chasing his action sport passions. In this podcast, Ari tells his greatest tales, shares his wildest views and interviews people who found success doing what they love so that you can be inspired to live a more awesome life.
 
Have you always dreamed of creating a more fulfilling life but haven't taken the first step yet? Redefined Life interviews people every week who have created the most interesting lives in the world. We break down how they created their lives and the businesses that make them sustainable. Our guests are entrepreneurs, musicians, athletes and adventurers. Despite the differences in what they have chosen to pursue, they have all created lives of their own design. Don't let their success fool yo ...
 
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Welcome to the podcast Gavin McClurg! Gavin is a paragliding pilot, sailor, skier, kayaker, NatGeo's Adventurer of the Year and a podcaster. He hosts the Cloudbase Mayhem Podcast, a paragliding show that interviews the top pilots to spread their knowledge on flying and safety. He's raced 3 times in the Red Bull X-Alps, a 1100km adventure race that …
 
In this podcast episode with Dr. Annie, we talk about mental health, meditation and why it works, how our brains make meaning, how our brains make resilience, the importance of having space for sadness right now, anticipatory grief, some germ theory about covid-19, how a big bike crash cracked her open, curiosity and how it creates resilience, the …
 
Honza Rejmanek competed in the Red Bull X-Alps 5 times. His last was in 2015 but apparently nutty runs in the family and he and his son Martin have been doing incredible 8 day tandem vol-biv adventures for the past three years in the Alps. Their style is pure- no mechanical support is allowed (ie they fly or they walk), food is collected or carried…
 
Welcome Daniel Staudigel to the podcast! Daniel is a physicist, computer programmer and adventure racer. He's also one of my closest friends. We talk about collective sense making, humanity's motivations and better ways to think of this whole coronavirus thing. Support the show by subscribing, sharing, reviewing and donating at www.paypal.me/ariint…
 
Welcome Evan Tyler Garcia to the podcast! Evan is a lifelong whitewater kayaker, he's one of the best. He talks about what kayaking is all about for him, the experiences of exploring the nooks and crannies of earth, we talk coronavirus and risk assesment in a new paradigm, we talk about paragliding and we talk about his run on the Little White Salm…
 
This is an emergency episode of the Cloudbase Mayhem that everyone needs to hear. I sat down with two people on the front lines of Covid-19, my sister Lesley McClurg who is a Health and Science reporter for KQED in San Francisco, who has covered the pandemic since early January, when only 6 people had died; and Terry O'Connor, an ER doctor in Ketch…
 
Podcast interview with Nik Hawks - a paraglide pilot, writer and podcast host. We talk about Nik's writings around 'Earth Energy' as he calls it, the incredible experiences we have in nature-powered sports, flow state and some corona virus stuff. Great talk, thanks Nik. Check out Nik's podcast here - http://paleotreats.libsyn.comSupport the show by…
 
In this episode we learn about how Manu approaches building autonomy with his students; the importance of the mental side of the sport; finding the equilibrium between motivation and safety; chasing the aesthetic over personal bests and kilometer counting; how to get pilots in a positive state of mind; teaching people to avoid making stupid mistake…
 
In this episode with Nuno we dive into how the Portugal team changed their mental game and mindset after getting coaching in sports psychology; the dynamics of Flow and how to enter it; building mental tools; the importance of visualizing; how to relax before launch; how to let instinct and intuition rule in flight; how flying affects our lives and…
 
Steph Davis is a professional climber and base jumper who lives in Moab, Utah. Steph grew up on the east coast and originally pursued music and literature. Then she moved out to Colorado to get her Masters and briefly pursued a career as a lawyer before climbing pulled her onto a totally different life path. She's been a professional athlete and ha…
 
Sebastien Ospina "Seb" has been chasing all things paragliding for years now. Seb works the tandem scene in Interlaken year round; has been chasing the world record in the Sertau in Brazil the past few years; is a regular on the podium at very high level competitions; is frequently at the top of the XContest every year; and has been an XC instructo…
 
Deniz Burnham is an Alaskan resident who just happens to RUN an oil rig. Not work on an oil rig, she runs the show. She's the only female on the rig and has worked in some of the most remote places on Earth, which would be more than enough to fill an entire podcast on its own, but this is a free-flight podcast so we reached out to Deniz to talk abo…
 
Welcome Dillon to the podcast. He's a mountain bike racer, a backcountry skier, an earth scientist and a thinker. A perfect combo to have a deep chat. We talk about how people need more wonder and appreciation for the places they play, what responsibility brands have to fund and protect these places and every person as a scientist.…
 
We've had a LOT of amazing talks on the Mayhem over the past bunch of years but this one is in a category of its own. Last summer Larry Bunner and three other very experienced Hang Gliding pilots (Glen Volk, Robin Hamilton, and Pete Lehmann) flew from the Gulf of Mexico to the Canadian border in a series of tow and mountain launch flights over 21 d…
 
This is another Ask Me Anything show that we typically release as bonus content but we got so many great questions that cover such a wide range of topics we've decided to release it as a regular show and for this one I went out to the experts to get the answers. Max Jeanpierre, Bruce Goldsmith, and Reavis Sutphin-Gray take on a wide range of questi…
 
Tyler G is on the board of the Canadian Hang Gliding and Paragliding Association and he's taken on trying to solve a tough problem in our sport right now: To create a syllabus and model for learning to speed fly safely. Speed flying, especially in North America is still totally cowboy and there's a vacuum for information. And it's taking its toll. …
 
Maxime Bellemin is a name all veteran competition pilots know well. Not just because of his decades of experience and multiple wins at the national and international level but because of his performance coaching with the French team and his two incredible books dedicated to flying "Performance Paragliding."…
 
Hang On. That's what Chris Gursky had to do for the longest 2 minutes and 14 seconds of his life on his first even Hang Gliding flight. In what has been dubbed the "Swiss Mishap", this American got a little more adventure than he was looking for in Interlaken when his pilot forgot to clip him in. This is his truly amazing story. Enjoy!…
 
Laurent Borella began flying in 2001 and very quickly afterwards changed his entire life to accomodate more free flight into his world. Eleven years ago his passion for cross country and hike and fly lead him to create the VercoFly, an annual 4 day hike and fly race/adventure in the Wallis region of Switzerland that is simply brilliant. Using 8 mou…
 
Primoz Susa is the pilot you will see year after year at the top of the rankings on XContest. He's been sending huge, huge lines for years, competed in the 2009 Red Bull X-Alps, flies tandems commercially, guides, flies a LOT of competitions, and on most Hammertag days in the Alps the guy you'll see (along with Alex Robe, who we listened to in epis…
 
Jean Baptiste Chandelier makes films that transport millions and millions of viewers into an aerial world of fantasy and fun. In this episode we learn about JB's creative process and how he turns his dreams and ideas into films that connect to audiences regardless of their interest in flying.By Jean Baptiste Chandelier
 
This is a special episode of the Cloudbase Mayhem to give all of the fans of the race a little insight into the greatest game on Earth directly from the perspective of the athletes. In this second of three installments we hear from Tom De Dorlodot (BEL 1), Patrick Von Kanel (SUI 2), Chrigel Maurer (SUI 1), and Cody Mittanck (USA 3), and Eduardo Gar…
 
There is the most information-dense podcast than possibly any previous show we've done. Alex Robé and one of his main flying partners Primoz Susa are nearly always the two guys right at the top of XContest on the big days. Alex won the XContest in 2015 and 2017 and is currently in 3rd this season (his lowest value flight is over a 260KM FAI, and th…
 
This is a special episode of the Cloudbase Mayhem to give all of the fans of the race a little insight into the greatest game on Earth directly from the perspective of the athletes. In this first of three installments we hear from Nick Neynens (NZ 1), Kinga Masztalerz (NZ 2), Aaron Durogati (ITA 1), and Gaspard Petiot (FRA 2).…
 
Christian Ciech has been flying Hang Gliders for over 30 years. He remembers watching his Dad fly when he was just four years old. He has an arsenal of trophies that showcase his legendary competition skills, including 3 World Championship wins. Christian became a test pilot and designer for Icaro in 1991, a position he still holds. In this episode…
 
Willi Canell will represent the US in the 2019 Red Bull X-Alps, the 5th US athlete in the history of the race to call Sun Valley, Idaho home of the 10 US athletes who have competed. He'll be lined up with me in Salzburg June 16th in the greatest game on Earth as a rookie. He's my neighbor, flying partner and consistently surprises me with the way h…
 
Patrick Von Kanel is only 25 years old but in a few days he'll be one of the athletes to really watch in the Red Bull X-Alps. His mentors include Michael and Chrigel Maurer, he's a test pilot for Advance, he's big, he's strong, he's of course Swiss (no non-Swiss pilot has ever won the X-Alps), he's solid in acro and he came in second in his last tw…
 
Wolfi Siess has been chasing it hard for the past 19 years. He watched his Dad fly from the time he began to walk- the flying blood runs thick in this family! As soon as it was legal (and his mom gave him the ok!) Wolfi took to the skies and hasn't looked back since. He's big on the comp scene, flies tandems all summer, speed flies, makes films- ba…
 
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