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Best Nick Robinson & Simon Hutchinson podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best Nick Robinson & Simon Hutchinson podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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The podcast for stand up paddle inspiration whether you're a SUPracer , stand-up paddleboard surfer or SUP adventurer. We talk with guests about fitness, paddle technique and subjects geared to help and inspire across all skill and experience levels and give you what you need to get the most out of your stand-up paddleboard. We cover all disciplines from SUP foiling and whitewater SUP to downwinding and we discuss issues affecting standup paddlers globally. Our mission is to help you to get ...
 
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The Stand Up Paddle Industry Association is the trade organization of all stand up paddle businesses and has played a pivotal role in the development of the sport. Kristin, as a founding member of the association, has been there from the beginning. She talks to Nick from her home in Southern California and tells us all about her connection with SUP…
 
As we reach the mid point (ish) of Season Two we take a departure from our usual interview format with a episode we've wanted to do for a while...our favourite SUP and water books. Whether it's getting some holiday reading or something to keep you satisfied if you're not able to get out onto the water, in this episode we discuss our favourites : if…
 
Originally from New York, Christian Shaw paddles out of Santa Cruz, California and is a water-man with a huge focus on stand up paddling. He's a SUP Surfer, whitewater paddler and a competitor at races including the 11 cities...he certainly rolls up his sleeves and gets involved. After a conference in 2014, Christian and fellow environmentalists we…
 
This episode features the creator of PADDLE LOGGER which is consistently the most regularly recommended tracker app amongst stand-up paddlers worldwide. We recently put together a list of the most useful apps that we use, on and off the water, and David Walker's PADDLE LOGGER was the simplest and most useful tracker in the collection. He tells the …
 
As we start plastic-free July, we've got the perfect episode to get you fired up!⁠ ⁠Joe is an ex-surfer who got the stand-up paddle bug in a big way. His refusal to accept the volumes of trash which found their way into his stretch of the Potomac, turned into a daily ritual. Every day he gets onto the water using an over sized paddle-board to clear…
 
Stand up paddle legend from Sydney Australia, James Casey, has won the Australian title 5 times and clinched an impressive win in the world's most challenging paddle race. Nick chats to James all about his early surf days, finding sup with a garden rake (?) and perfecting his paddle technique to win and win and win. You can feel the love he has for…
 
Robert Stehlik started Blue Planet Surf back in the early 90's and it became Blue Planet SUP as he realized the implications of the booming stand up paddle industry. Based in Hawaii a stone's throw away from Waikiki Beach and Ala Moana Beach Park in Honululu, his brand has become one of the foundations of the industry. Renowned for their thriving Y…
 
Canadian national paddler Maddi Leblanc's incredible enthusiasm for the sport shines through in every word of this interview. A talented paddler, she was asked in 2018 to join the Canada team at the ISA Championships in China following her domination of events across her native Ontario. In this episode she shares her infectious enthusiasm for stand…
 
This week we are celebrating Paul Hyman's ten year old mission to get Londoners on the water. There are almost 9 million of you and so many are enjoying the waterways that surround the capital of the United Kingdom. Many have engaged in the cleanups, races, relays and adventure trips that Paul has been behind. We discuss all the events that he has …
 
If you looked at the map of Europe and began to ponder a stand up paddle board adventure, a blue streak would leap out at you. The Danube River commences it's 3,000 km journey in south western Germany and plunges down a racy course towards Munich but manages to weave in between Stuttgart and Munich before flowing through Austria, taking in Vienna b…
 
In 2018 Sian Sykes' completed an epic trip circumnavigating Wales by paddle-board. This entertaining episode tells of her journey, her sticky moments and her work to spread the word about single-use plastics. A regional representative for Surfers Against Sewage, Sian is passionate about the state of our water and paddled the inland waterways and th…
 
Recorded during lockdown and (seemingly) from inside a tin box, Simon chats to Lizzie Carr about how a major life event combined with SUP, fundamentally changed the direction of her life. Lizzie’s SUP adventures started with a paddle through England’s waterways covering 643 KM of canals and recording the pollution and litter on the way. She followe…
 
Fiona Wylde grew up in Hood River with a large portion of her childhood spent down in Mexico. The only child of what seems like super cool parents, she kicked off her water sports career with windsurfing and jumped on a SUP at the age of 12. When she was 18 and really kicking off her career she was suddenly diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes. She pursu…
 
From his early days in Portugal, to the UK to Hawaii, Tristan Boxford has led a vibrant life embracing all aspects of the ocean. After experiencing the joys of being a professional windsurfer way back when, he jumped on to stand up paddle boarding as early as 2008, being a part of what could be the very first ever stand up paddle race at the "Ocean…
 
Tez is the editor of SUPMAGUK and a leading light in the stand-up-paddle world with a wealth of knowledge and product testing across all water sport disciplines. In this episode we cover a range of subjects including a review of the world of SUP and how things have changed since his last recording on the show. Foiling is one of those eye catching i…
 
There are two ways you can complete this 220km Stand Up Paddle Marathon: over five days or in one great big continuous paddle. Our man Ike, decided to do it in one big gulp. Here is his story. Originally recorded back in 2015 we are now releasing this for the first time as part of the resurgence of our SUPfm Podcast. We hope you enjoy it and if you…
 
In a new and unreleased episode that was recorded way back in 2015, Nick chats to Dave Cornthwaite about his Guinness World Record breaking stand up paddle trip down the Mississippi River in the United States of America. It's a fascinating journey down the river that Dave relates. He chats about how it feels to do something that no one else has eve…
 
This week Nick and Simon review season one in advance of the September return of SUPfm series two. This episode is sponsored by the National Watersports Festival 2015. Every year the UK resort of Hayling Island is given over to a weekend of SUP, windsurf and kite surfing. It’s a time for racing, fun events and partying by the sea. This year SUP tak…
 
We hope you enjoy this week’s episode when Nick and Simon get to chat with Adam Champagne. He works for the world’s biggest and most successful stand up paddle website and magazine, Standup Journal. Based in New Jersey but with a core team across the USA and contributors across the world, Standup Journal is ranked the world’s top stand up paddleboa…
 
Sarah Tiefenthaler and how she grew into SUP yoga. Sarah reveals how she dropped her fashion career for a life of yoga. Simultaneously as she was falling for yoga, she also fell in love with stand up paddle boarding and Sarah blended the two into Yogaqua. Based in LA she also teaches Yoga across Europe and North America and is working to expand the…
 
Franz Orsi and Bart de Zwart on their round the world SUP trip Franz Orsi SUPs around the world This week Nick chats with waterman Franz Orsi who was on the second part of a five stage world stand up paddle board trip with Bart De Zwart, when they were caught up in the Nepal earthquake. Franz is an Italian film maker and photographer living between…
 
John Hibbard – Co Founder of Red Paddle Co John Hibbard talks SUP innovation. This week Nick geeks out on innovation and technology in his chat with John Hibbard, the co- founder and brand director of worldwide inflatable stand up paddle board specialists – Red Paddle Co. Over seven years John and his team have taken Red Paddle Co from a standing s…
 
This week Nick and Simon chat with Spike Reid, who has just crossed England, coast to coast, by stand up paddle board. Spike is no stranger to adventure, having worked at the Royal Geographic Society for several years, which gave him the chance to rub shoulders with such legendary explorers as Sir Ranulph Fiennes. Already a qualified mountain leade…
 
The word ‘inspirational’ is an overused one…but you would be hard pressed to think of a more appropriate word to describe Charlie Howden. That’s what we both felt after we spoke to him. Charlie made a huge impression on us. We were in awe of his larger than life personality and his courage and determination, which you can probably hear from our jaw…
 
In this session Nick and Simon chat with the editor of SUP Mag UK Tez Plavenieks about how to make the right choice when you are buying your first board. Stand up paddle is the fastest growing watersport worldwide and something that Laird Hamilton predicted “will be bigger than surfing”. This means that there is a growing number of beginners joinin…
 
In this session Nick and Simon chat with the creator of www.suptrotters.com, Anthony Heukmes who created a site where paddle boarders can share their sessions and favourite locations, helping others to find great spots wherever they are in the world. In this episode we cover How Anthony discovered SUP * The mission of SUP Trotters * Worldwide cover…
 
Chase Kosterlitz is a well known and successful racer on both the World and European circuits. In this forthright and entertaining interview (recorded before the announcement was made about BOP 2015) Chase talks about how he started in SUP, his favourite events and how it feels to lead the draft train in major races. As president of the Stand-Up Pa…
 
In this session Nick chats with the inspirational Tati Coco about her SUP life, from her phobia of the ocean and first discovering the sport in New Caledonia in the Pacific Islands, through to her adventures around the world, including a 600km paddle around the Island of Sardinia, a journey which tested her body and mind to the extreme. Tati is an …
 
Nick chats with Dave from Roatan Paddlesports, Honduras who set up his stand up paddle board business in this tropical island paradise. Dave tells how a Canuck from the oil industry came over with the intention of buying a brewery and ended up with an A1 paddle board beach lifestyle. You can connect with Dave and Roatan Paddle sport on Facebook her…
 
In this one, Simon and Nick look ahead to the Guadiana Challenge, a 32 km paddle board mission down the Guadiana River in Portugal. Nick (owner of Algarve SUP) also talks about the Algarve’s other hooks for SUP riders and the variety of SUP experiences on offer, with plenty for beginners, racers and hard core surfers. Links and resources mentioned:…
 
In the first ever session, Nick and Simon chat about who they are, their background, their passion for stand up paddle boarding and their podcast mission. Nick has spent much of his career in front of a keyboard, but threw it all in to run a SUP school in the Algarve, Portugal. SUP has reconnected Nick with his old self, who was a river guide and a…
 
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