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High-impact interviews for those who love adventure and the outdoors. Host and journalist Shelby Stanger interviews world-class explorers, athletes, authors, scientists, health experts and entrepreneurs about how they’ve taken their own wild ideas and made them a reality, so you can too. Some of the wildest ideas can lead to the most rewarding adventures.
 
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FilmNation Entertainment

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What would the greatest athletes lose ... to win? Hosted by Molly Bloom - former skier, speaker, and author of "Molly's Game" - Torched is a podcast about the heat of competition. We're back with Season 2, telling stories about the cost of greatness, both on and off the Olympic stage. From the Tour de France to Title IX to the World Cup, and some of the most wild, off-the-radar sports, this season is tied together by the spirit of competition and a celebration of our universal love for sport ...
 
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The Bomb Hole

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Chris Grenier & E-Stone

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The Snowboarders Podcast is hosted by pro rider Chris Grenier and photographer E Stone with a new guest every week. A great blend of humor and inspiration through the stories of snowboardings top athletes as they take you through their personal journey every week, while navigating life's bomb holes and successes. Stay tuned every week for more. Its available on Youtube as well. Check out BOMBHOLE.COM
 
The Blister Podcast from BLISTER (blisterreview.com) is a series of wide-ranging conversations with professional athletes and influential figures about the great outdoors, mountain culture, outdoor-industry news, books, films, and more. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
More than 32,000 individuals belong to PSIA-AASI (Professional Ski Instructors of America and American Association of Snowboard Instructors), making it the world’s largest organization dedicated to skiing and snowboarding. Listen in to hear how PSIA-AASI gets people stoked on the ski and snowboard experience. Join us and turn your passion into a profession. Or, take a lesson from us. Friends don’t let friends teach friends. Let the snow fly!
 
Multi-Exit Entrepreneur, FORTUNE 100 Content Consultant & Global Speaker. Based between San Francisco, USA & Auckland, New Zealand. National Champion Ex-Professional Snowboarder & Snowboard World Championships Silver Medalist, Olympics TV Commentator & Executive Producer with over 20+ years experience in the media industry.
 
Chris Coté and Todd Richards host “The World’s Greatest Action Sports Podcast”! This high-speed, rapid-fire podcast blasts actions sports fans with up-to-date news and views on surfing, skating, and snowboarding featuring special guests adding the M.A.S.S. hysteria and overall awesome vibe of this radical podcast. Yew!
 
GEAR:30 is the podcast from BLISTER (blisterreview.com) that dives deep into the details of the most interesting and innovative outdoor gear. You'll hear BLISTER reviewers discuss the gear they're testing, as well as product designers, professional athletes, and some of the gear-obsessed folks from our recommended shops weigh in on gear trends and the equipment they’ve been most impressed with. If you love outdoor gear, you're going to love this podcast. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privac ...
 
Almost 10 years ago we started out as a fledgling little snowboard blog full of colorful commentary on the snowboard world. In that time we've transformed to one of the preeminent independent snowboard media websites and content creators. As such we are now offering multiple podcasts which you can listen to here, on angrysnowboarder.com, iTunes, or catch the recaps on our YouTube channel.
 
The Action Sports Podcast is designed to drive stoke and exposure to the action sports industry by empowering one rider at a time. Each week, we tap into the minds of industry leaders, enthusiasts, and action sports companies so they can share how they created results for themselves, and get an insiders perspective on what they do and what they look for when it comes to sponsorship, and ultimately how to spend more time riding. So grab your headphones, connect your Bluetooth, or crank up you ...
 
shralp! is the world leading snowboarding video podcast. Since October 2005 shralp! covers people, WST contests, competitions, powder, big mountains riding, tricks, products, events, video previews and everything else that matters in the snowboard scene. iTunes awarded shralp! "Top 20 Video Podcast Classics" in 2007, 2008 and 2009. Check shralp! on youtube.com/shralpcom and like us on facebook.com/shralp .
 
Want to know more about the world of skiing? The Ski Podcast is an award-winning UK-based podcast that looks at at all aspects of the world of skiing and snowboarding, from resorts to racing, Ski Sunday to slush. It is hosted by Iain Martin, who is joined by guests from the world of snow to chat about wintery stuff and probe around in the avalanche of ski news. The Ski Podcast was voted 'Best Wintersports Podcast' in the 2021 Sports Podcast Awards. Iain is part of the ski and snowboard indus ...
 
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The Après

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Tim Warwood & Ollie Peart

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After an intense weekend’s winter sports action, dust off the snow and catch up with all the news off the slopes with TV's Tim Warwood and the Internet's Ollie Peart. Whether you're a seasoned pro or a one week warrior pining for a vacation, whether you ski, snowboard, or shred a dusty toboggan, it doesn't matter... this show is for you. Our GDPR privacy policy was updated on August 8, 2022. Visit acast.com/privacy for more information.
 
Our wives told us we talk too much about bikes. So we started a podcast about all our favorite things. Mountain bikes, beers, snowboarding, and most importantly Michigan. Every week we explore some of our favorite cities in Michigan, the beers they make, the trails they have, or the hills you can shred. Local Root's Podcast is hosted by Larry Lynch and Brian Davis. This podcast is perfect for people who love to talk about: Mtb trails Mountain Bikes Snowboarding Michigan's best mountain bike ...
 
Sports medicine is a constantly evolving field, with hundreds of new articles published each month on the topic. This ever-growing wealth of information can make it challenging to stay updated on the newest approaches and techniques, and to know which data should actually change your practice. Join orthopedic surgeons, Dr. Catherine Logan and Dr. Ashley Bassett, as they chat about the most recent developments in sports medicine and dissect through all the noise. On each episode of The Sports ...
 
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Drew Petersen’s life and times have been defined by highs and lows from the time he was a little kid. On one hand, he lived in Colorado and developed a passion for skiing young. While that passion grows, so does depression and bipolar disorder, which is not diagnosed until much later in life. Combining that with a life of winning ski contests on th…
 
Folsom builds custom skis in Denver, Colorado, and they have a LOT going on these days. So we discussed it all with their head ski builder / owner / CEO, Mike McCabe, including their 22/23 lineup; new shapes; new construction materials; their very cool Junior Skis Trade-In Program; Blister Labs; and more. TOPICS & TIMES: Folsom & Fatherhood (3:25) …
 
We always see a top 10 or top 5 or top 3. My question is, who is choosing those top choices? I know who chose this episodes top 5! This episode is different than most episodes. In this episode I decided to break apart 5 athletes and their perspectives when it comes to landing sponsorships. This episode has Brett Turcotte, Mat Cox, Cody McNolty, Cod…
 
Aloha Everyone, welcome to a new episode of The Temple of Surf - The Podcast. We will give you full access to the best surfers, skaters, shapers, surfboards collectors, shop owners in the world! Discover with me their stories, their greatest successes, amazing behind the scenes and much more! Today with us, from Hawaii, Jon Pyzel, owner and shaper …
 
Good Day To You All! Welcome to another episode of the Ski Rex Media Podcast, which again features a returning guest. This week, I welcome Kimberley Kay, the author & illustrator of the ski book Ski A to Z, back to the program. Kim is one of Ski Rex Media's friends from the UK, so we not only talk about her book again and how she and the book have …
 
Good day to you! Welcome to another episode of the Ski Rex Media Podcast! Since we're still in the pre-season times, I thought I would talk to someone who knows a little bit about getting ready for the coming season during the pre-season. This week, I bring to you another conversation with the Ski Diva herself, Wendy Clinch. Wendy runs The Ski Diva…
 
Former pro snowboarder with a stack of amazing video parts, now the team manager of 686 not to mention a true living legend of the North West. This week we talk Moment Of Truth, war cry’s, the early day’s, Option Snowboards, 686, Sea Hawks, Mt. Baker, People crew, Thunk, keeping a trick list, nick names, The Craig Kelly Award, getting out of your c…
 
"Made in Freakin America" How often are you proud of something you've built? When WAS the last time you built something you've been proud of? I really enjoyed having the owner of MotoProHQ on the podcast today. He was a fantastic guest and I learned so much more than I anticipated about their products that they provide for the motorcycle and bicycl…
 
Mike Styskal, aka Styk, has lived his life as a creative force in snowboard design, but Styk is so much more than that. He's one of those people that exudes effortless cool: he always has a different unique look, and his sense of style is always on point. It's a characteristic that helped this Nebraska farm boy go from the small-town USA to the pro…
 
Shyla Sheppard and Missy Begay are the founders of the first and only Native-women owned brewery in the U.S. They use Indigenous and local ingredients to make unique brews at Bow & Arrow Brewing in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The beer they make at Bow & Arrow Brewing is more than just a drink: it celebrates Missy and Shyla’s heritage and shares their …
 
"Everybody in the world should live... the perspective I have in my mind, because nobody knows when their cards are up" Do you live your life like today is your last? Or are you living for tomorrow and taking today for granted. What a profound thought by today's guest. Marten Devlieger is a guest unlike any other guest I've had on the podcast to da…
 
On this episode of the World’s Greatest Action Sports Podcast, Chris and Todd talk about the ISA World Surfing Games, The Olympics, The Solento Surf Festival, commentating and hanging out with Kelly Slater, the tragic deaths of Kalani David, Chris Davidson, and Adam Merriman. In brighter news, the boys talk to Brock Crouch about living his best lif…
 
For the final installment of our Mountain Towns & Local Food Systems series, Kara Williard talks to Rachel Landis, Executive Director of the Good Food Collective in Durango, CO. Rachel discusses why she left a career of guiding and ski patrol to be the ultimate facilitator of local food systems; they nail down what a food hub is; what a “just and r…
 
Our Interview With Ken “Frog” Tanaka a very unique artist based in Japan | Lost Without Japan Season 2 Episode 2 This episode is a bonus interview episode for the listeners of Lost Without Japan. Today's interview was with the Tokyo based artist Ken “Frog” Tanaka. During our talk we discussed some suggestions for Tokyo, bettering relations for us a…
 
In Episode 101, Iain is joined by journalist Gemma Bowes and equipment expert Al Morgan to discuss skiing in Greece, ‘frontside’ skis and the ‘Parablock’. James Gambrill also joins us with news of the latest Ski Club of Great Britain survey. SHOW NOTES · Gemma travelled to Val Cenis and Val Frejus last spring · Splitboard Fest will be held in La No…
 
Take our listener survey here to give feedback to the show! Triathlete and marathon swimmer, Rob Hutchings takes us on a whirlwind journey from triathlons and his first marathon swim in his home country of Canada, to Ironman competitions across the pond. Then down under to Australia and New Zealand where he embarked on marathon adventures off the b…
 
Those waterproof & breathability ratings on the tags of that rain jacket or those ski pants you’re about to buy: where did they come from? What’s the history? And how relevant are those standards? We discuss all of this and more with Dr. Lauren Cooper, who heads up our Blister Labs work on technical apparel. TOPICS & TIMES: Dr. Cooper’s background …
 
“I didn’t need the phrase ‘send it’ explained to me the first time I heard it. I knew what it meant.” In their early 20’s, Forrest Wood sent everything they did. Skateboarding tricks. Dishes. Group projects. But after a series of gnarly injuries, Forrest had to spend years building back their confidence– both athletically and emotionally. And the p…
 
“We are increasingly aware that the construction of the outdoors, as a concept, has historically been the gnarled, wizened white guy in a puffer jacket and a beard, enduring the most inclement of conditions – it’s about conquest. It creates a culture that explicitly and implicitly says if you are a sixty year old woman of Pakistani heritage and don…
 
"What ever you can do to save money... reinvest it back into the race team". When it comes to racing, do you treat it as a hobby or a business? Or maybe you are like so many, it once was a hobby but now is a business. You might be surprised to learn how the top athletes look at racing. Jake Versey has an amazing mindset when it comes to building hi…
 
On today's episode, we talk with Alexandra Heminsley, author of "Running Like a Girl" and "Leap In". Alex overcame a deep fear of water to eventually become an open ocean swimmer. Both of Alex's books are written to provide the inspiration to get off the couch or out of the bar and do something beyond your comfort zone. Books: "Running Like a Girl"…
 
Hello There! Welcome to another episode of the Ski Rex Media Podcast! This week, I present the first pro-athlete guest of the season. Jacob Perkins is a pro-skier that participates in the outlier discipline of speed skiing. I'll openly admit that I don't know anything about the discipline, though I have seen it once or twice on television. But one …
 
Aloha Everyone, welcome to a new episode of The Temple of Surf - The Podcast. We will give you full access to the best surfers, skaters, shapers, surfboards collectors, shop owners in the world! Discover with me their stories, their greatest successes, amazing behind the scenes and much more! Today with us, from South Africa, Spider Murphy, founder…
 
Hailing from Quebec, Canada DCP was the frontman for the famed 418 crew that started the migration of pro snowboarders moving east to west that wanted out of the streets and into the back country, making a name for him self through amazing video part’s and of course for jumping what is now dubbed the DCP cliff. This week we talk Uninc, Yes Snowboar…
 
"I'm about 70 to 90 days depending on the snow". Could you imagine dedicating your life to your sport? What would you be willing to give up to make your dreams happen? Chris Johnson has not always been a backcountry sledder. Did you know, he actually cut his teeth on the mountains on a board! Such a cool background he brings into this story. There …
 
Leah Thomas, the blogger behind Green Girl Leah, is an outdoorswoman and activist who loves learning about science and society. In 2020, Leah posted an infographic on Instagram about “intersectional environmentalism” that went viral. The theory is an inclusive version of environmentalism that calls for climate justice through the lens of social jus…
 
"It feels like riding in the deep powder and riding a stand up jetski at the same time!" Have you ever wondered what it was like to ride a sled on water? Our guest on the podcast has a pretty good idea! Stoked to have Grant Whitaker, a dude that is "making waves" on the show. Grant's story is not A typical and he drops some mega fun things talking …
 
Mountain Gazette owner & editor, Mike Rogge, is back to discuss the outdoor industry & mainstream media; detail the aftermath of the previous issue of the Mountain Gazette; and highlight several of the pieces in the next issue, including a career retrospective on Seth Morrison. TOPICS & TIMES Wildfires (2:28) Jimmy Chin & TGR (7:31) Mainstreaming o…
 
Interview with Doc Kane, Author, Co-Founder of Maplopo and movie maker in Japan Welcome to a very special episode of Lost Without Japan, where we sit down with Doc Kane from................. Website(s): maploposchoolhouse.com Website(s): maplopo.com Website(s): https://dockane.com/ Gaijinpot: https://blog.gaijinpot.com/author/dockane/ Youtube: http…
 
Aum is an endurance athlete who started his journey four years ago after deciding to go for a quarter mile run day after work. From running a quarter mile to going longer and longer distances, Aum has traveled many thousands of miles on this journey. Once unathletic and unhealthy, Aum is now a Pro Trail Runner for Merrell. Although breaking perceiv…
 
Brant Moles is one of those legends that have zero ego. While he’s a quiet guy, he’s not afraid to share what happened with his career…and in the first part of his career, he was a Wisconsin-based ski racer who went to an east coast academy with the goal of making the US Ski Team…but with all stories like Brant’s, politics play a role. When that ha…
 
Welcome to Overtime with the Sports Docs. On each of these mini episodes, Catherine and I chat about a new topic or surgical technique in the field of sports medicine. We’ll give you our quick take on the indications, various surgical approaches and overview of the outcomes. On today’s episode, we’re going to chat about treatment of distal biceps t…
 
Episode 100 of The Ski Podcast is slightly different from usual as Iain looks at the story behind The Ski Podcast. We look at how the podcast started, celebrity guests, favourite features and reveal our new sponsor. SHOW NOTES · The ‘Pilot’ episode of The Ski Podcast was published in October 2017, lamenting the cancellation of ‘The Jump’ · Early ep…
 
In part 2 of our Summer Champloo, David and Matt continue their talk about the things that they have got up to during their summer vacation. Topics include Fukuoka, regional foods, Club Metro Kyoto, Shibuya-Kei music. https://ia601505.us.archive.org/6/items/summer-champloo-pt.-2/Summer%20Champloo%20Pt.2%20.mp3 Song of the show: East End X Yuri -“Bo…
 
In the second installment of our “Very Deep Dive on Bootfitting” series, Blister reviewer (and bootfitter) Kara Williard is joined again by Master Bootiftter, Sam Tischendorf. But this time it is all about you, the audience, as we make our way through a bunch of your questions. Sam and Kara explain some of the technical mysteries — and at times, co…
 
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