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We talk with guests about fitness, technique and any SUP subject 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 experience. We cover all disciplines from SUP foiling and white-water SUP to down-winding and we discuss issues affecting stand-up paddlers globally. Our mission is to help you get on your board more, move your paddling onto the next level and increase the physical and mental health benef ...
 
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It's the third annual meeting of the SUPfm book (and film) club, co-hosted this year by World Champion April Zilg In this episode Simon and April discuss recent releases or favourite books and films which will either help enhance your enjoyment of your paddle experience OR to use as a gift list for yourself or for others. You will support the podca…
 
This week in our final episode of the season we feature Bart, Wes and Whit from the SUP Vets, a not for profit organisation who provide SUP surf retreats for those veterans needing support or a new sense of purpose following their exit from the military I speak to this Top-Gun school graduate, Navy Seal and Ranger about their collaboration together…
 
This week as we celebrate our landmark episode we look back at some of the many guests who've appeared in the show and who helped us reach this incredible number. Thank you for the voice messages from April Zilg, Brendon Prince, Jordan Wylie, Ben Longhurst and Maddi Le Blanc Excerpts featured, come from interviews with Chris Bertish, Professor Mike…
 
The River Severn is the longest river in the UK and in this episode I speak to Craig and James from SUP Shropshire who recently descended the river over four days to raise money for two important charities Craig and James are both serving officers with the Fire and Rescue Service and as part of their roles respectively deliver rescue duties and wat…
 
Over several days in September 2022, London's Canary Wharf will be playing host to Britain's highest profile SUP event in years, the APP London SUP Open In this bonus episode Simon talks about the background to the event with CEO of the APP, Tristan Boxford and chats with rapidly rising British competitors Holly Pye and Blue Ewer, before rounding t…
 
This week we feature the king of endurance paddling, Bart De Zwart Bart's successes span multiple race wins for events like Yukon and 11 Cities alongside his exploration across Nepal, Zambia and Greenland as well as crossing Pacific Island chains and the North Sea. He was also a past 24 hour distance champion. In this interview we chat about his ex…
 
This week I speak to Tanvi Jagadish, the original Indian Surfer Girl, who is changing attitudes and expectations about girls spending time in the water across India, and in the process providing inspiration across the world Multiple national champion and Ted speaker Tanvi, started with a love of the water which was stoked by her Grandfather and the…
 
Casper Steinfath is the Danish paddler who has brought Viking resilience , into his racing, his adventures and his crossings With 6 world titles and 2 successes in the legendary and intimidating Red Bull Heavy Water , Casper has been there from the start, flying the flag as the most successful European racer on the world circuit. In part two of thi…
 
Casper Steinfath is the Danish paddler who has brought the Viking resilience he forged in the waters of Cold Hawaii, into the international racing scene With 6 world titles and 2 successes in the legendary and intimidating Red Bull Heavy Water , Casper has been there from the start, flying the flag as the most successful European racer on the world…
 
This week we're joined by Jo Moseley, film-maker, speaker and now the author of her first book, Stand-up Paddleboarding in Great Britain This book was a true collaborative project, with many of the UK paddleboard tribe involved in its creation, either introducing Jo to their favourite places, or offering their expertise, knowledge or support. If yo…
 
I chat with author Dr Wallace 'J' Nichols ('J' to his friends), who wrote the international best selling book 'Blue Mind'. The book re-defines how we see water, by connecting all the benefits and the science for a life changing substance whose value to many of us has been hidden in plain sight. It also explains why SUP has become so popular recentl…
 
This episode features David Haze, the Nomadic Paddler. David, through his own actions ended up serving time for crimes he was fully responsible for. Having experienced the lows of prison he emerged with a determination to turn his life around and to show that having a conviction is no barrier to becoming a useful member of society. Since coming out…
 
We kick off Season 5 with in-form US racer, April Zilg. April has competed at the highest level for a number of years, winning some of the world's biggest races and became APP world vice champion in 2019 This season, April has won the 2022 Carolina Cup and the first APP event of the season in Santa Monica, winning clean sweeps across technical and …
 
A short but important episode pulled together collaboratively with Alan from SUP North and John McFadzean from SUP the World (a two time guest on this podcast) This features a paddle initiative to connect with the SUP tribe and to all listeners of this podcast wherever you are in the world. PLEASE SHARE with your paddle buddies! We feature Alan and…
 
This episode is the official annual meeting of the SUPfm book club, helping you to connect with the water, gain information, read about inspirational paddlers and live your best SUP life this year In this episode I chat with Sarah Thornely (SUPJunkie) about books (and a film) and we also catch up from a Chilean airport with Jordan Wylie. Thank you …
 
No better way to sign off this season, than with a genuine legend and the bona fide queen of the sport, Candice Appleby. A true SUP, surf and SUP surf icon. Candice has been described by ESPN, the US sports broadcaster, as being a combination of Venus Williams and a whole bunch of other superlative US female sports stars, all rolled up into one pac…
 
This week we're delighted to to be talking to Jo Moseley someone who perhaps doesn't need any introduction, particularly in the UK If you haven't heard of Jo she's one of the biggest ambassadors for the sport in the UK and also a prolific creator and has spoken hundreds of times about her love for paddle-boarding and how it helped to build her ment…
 
This week we speak with Lizzi Larbalestier, enviromentalist and coach, as we harvest her knowledge and her experience of protecting sea mammals and the ocean, alongside her role as an executive coach, using the ocean as a means to improve performance and mental health. **Apologies for the sound quality in some sections of this episode** In this epi…
 
This week we speak to Charlie Jones...by day she's a physiotherapist working for the UK's National Health Service, specialising in muscular-skeletal rehabilitation... and in her spare time she is 'SUP Physio' providing rehab...fitness...and the occasional post-workout cocktail to her clients in the spectacular coastal county of Dorset. In this epis…
 
This week we feature Reta Boychuk, Canada’s first ever female River SUP Instructor who has been 'sending it' through her instructor cooperative and delivering white-water stoke across Western Canada...Colorado and internationally. Reta doesn't do half measures and in this episode, we talk about her life as a river devotee, as a Badfish athlete and …
 
This week we feature Dave Knight from @SUP3six5 who is nearing the end of his challenge to paddle daily for 365 days straight, to inspire others to connect with nature and water and boost their mental health. If you want to get a real taste of his exploits then the best place is on Instagram where you can check out his posts and his entertaining st…
 
In this week's interview we feature Ben Longhurst, the Technical Director of the innovative UK organisation, The Water Skills Academy (WSA). Water Skills Academy cover a number of bases … they run expeditions and SUP holidays across the world, they run SUP industry events and in person events to inspire and keep paddlers informed and they were part…
 
This week Brendon Prince makes a triumphant return to the show after his epic 4000km circumnavigation around mainland Britain, which has been covered by international and British news media. Brendon has broken a number of world records in the process and encountered the best and the worst of what the British coastline has to offer, and in this epis…
 
This week we feature the incredible Niek Van Der Linde, who is the four-time winner of the classic (and gritty) Non-Stop 11 Cities Race. This year he added to his win by simultaneously breaking the world 24 hour SUP record on a regulation board rather than the usual 'unlimited' version used for these record attempts. In this episode we talk about t…
 
This week we feature Irish waterman Dave Ludgate, as we sit down for a relaxed chat about paddling across Ireland and his beautiful waters of Cork. Dave is also known as Subowti for reasons we uncover in the episode, and has a deep love of SUP surfing and for the environment and spends time paddling the River Lee picking up the varied objects that …
 
This week we're proud to feature Speaker, Author, Filmmaker, Conservationist and Ocean Pioneer, Chris Bertish. Chris has scored a number of incredible achievements, including his legendary victory at Mavericks, the big wave Californian surf break. In this interview we talk about his record-breaking 2016 crossing of the Atlantic by SUP which is capt…
 
In this week's value-added-episode, we've got two interviews for you, as we feature Veronique Musumeci talking about Belgium as a stand up paddle destination, and Chris MacDonald who tells us about his epic SUP journey covering the 55 miles of sea between Mallorca and Ibiza, two of the Balearic Islands. Veronique appears across the media in Belgium…
 
This week we speak to Los Angeles based writer, director and producer Joe Piscatella, one of the filmmakers behind the landmark documentary about Chris Bertish's audacious attempt to cross the Atlantic Ocean on a stand-up paddleboard. 'Last Known Coordinates' captures the story behind the successful completion of this staggering achievement includi…
 
In this week's episode we feature journalist Lucy Donoughue from Happiful Magazine. Lucy wrote a beautiful love letter to SUP in her article Falling Isn't Failing which revealed how SUP has eased some personal challenges including obsessive compulsive disorder, body self image and early menopause. In this episode we freewheel across a number of top…
 
This week we feature Aussie Michael Booth, who is a four time World Champion and successful coach, entrepreneur and podcaster In this episode we chat about his racing and his unbelievable success, despite coming to the sport relatively late. We talk about his love of coaching and in the episode he explains the most common mistakes most new paddlers…
 
This week we're chatting with Sarah Thornely of SUPJunkie. Sarah is a confirmed SUP Junkie and having discovered the sport late, threw herself into it, first by winning the British Women's Championship in 2017 at the age of 58 (NB - Not the age category championship) and then by providing streaming commentary and athlete interviews for UK, APP and …
 
In any sport there are leaders, who strive for improvement and those who follow in their wake. In this episode Norwegian Olympic windsurfer and Starboard founder Svein Rasmussen talks to Simon about his waterman journey and about developing products for both new paddlers and world champions. When it was first founded, Starboard was an upstart compa…
 
This week is beginners week on SUPfm and ahead of Season 4 we've got new paddlers covered, with four episodes covering some of the key subjects and challenges facing new members of the tribe. We're featuring experienced watermen and women covering these key subjects How to choose your SUP SUP safety Learning, confidence and developing core skills W…
 
This week is beginners week on SUPfm and ahead of Season 4 we've got new paddlers covered, with four episodes covering some of the key subjects and challenges facing new members of the tribe. We're featuring experienced watermen and women covering these key subjects How to choose your SUP SUP safety Learning, confidence and developing core skills W…
 
This week is beginners week on SUPfm and ahead of Season 4 we've got new SUP tribe members covered, with four episodes covering some of the key questions and challenges facing new paddlers wherever you are. We're featuring experienced watermen and women covering these key subjects How to choose your SUP SUP safety Learning, confidence and developin…
 
This week is beginners week on SUPfm and ahead of Season 4 we've got new paddlers covered, with four episodes covering some of the key subjects and challenges facing new members of the tribe. We're featuring experienced watermen and women covering these key subjects How to choose your SUP SUP safety Learning, confidence and developing core skills W…
 
In advance of Season 4 we're throwing out some bonus episodes to highlight paddlers doing inspirational stuff on the water. Casper Steinfeth completed the latest in his Viking Crossing series completing the 123km challenge on his hydrofoil. Check him out at https://www.redbull.com/int-en/athlete/casper-steinfath His first Viking crossing is here : …
 
Hey thanks for stopping by to listen to the trailer for the SUPfm Podcast It doesn't matter if you're a newbie or experienced stand up paddleboarder, either way we've got you covered. This podcast features weekly, long-form interviews with inspiring experts and members of the SUP tribe all across the world. We've listeners in seventy five countries…
 
Tristan Gooley, also known as the natural navigator is a Ted speaker and New York Times bestselling author of a number of outstanding books about how to read the natural world. In this episode we talk about Tristan's book, 'How to Read Water' which is a must-have for any water user of any type and is particularly useful for paddleboarders. The book…
 
In this week's episode Simon chats with Fiona Quinn, who paddled her Red inflatable paddleboard the length of Great Britain and was also the first woman to cross the Irish Sea by SUP and complete a triathalon from 'End to End'. The hugely impressive Fiona, talks about her growing hunger for adventure, which led to her ambitious target of taking on …
 
This week Simon chats with Steve West, waterman, journalist, historian, ex-professional windsurfer, outrigger-canoe mentor and designer for Mistral boards. Steeped in salt water, Steve talks about his own SUP origins, the close connection of the sport with outrigger canoeing and his epic book ‘Stand Up Paddle, A Paddlers Guide’ which is a highly re…
 
This week Simon chats with three stand-up paddlers who are working across the University of Portsmouth, to assess the true benefits of the sport, and also to explore it as a method to improve the marine environment Professor Alex Ford, Dr Heather Massey and Dr Zoe Saynor have combined with Andy Warner from local SUP brand Fatstick, to form a collab…
 
The always impressive Jordan Wylie chats with Simon about his incredible adventure, paddling the coast of Great Britain. As warmer and longer days come closer with the prospect of more time in the water, why not prepare by improving your SUP safety knowledge for the new season, with the SUPfm Safety Course. With the code GBPADDLE10 we're not only o…
 
John McFadzean returns for another chat about his adventures, including his recent self-supported-sortie across Scotland and his 2019 visit through Lebanon to paddle in Syria, where he chalked up another two countries on his impressive list. John's quest is to SUP in every country in the World, an impressive objective and before 2020 arrived he had…
 
In this episode, the University of Portsmouth's Professor Mike Tipton, a world leader in extreme environmental physiology talks about the effects of cold water and its positive and negative implications for paddlers and water users. As Mike explains, the negative effects of cold water are well known and well researched, but the positive effects are…
 
** Brendon has now completed his journey - check out his YouTube channel The Long Paddle 2021 or listen here to his second interview with all the details of his incredible journey** Brendon Prince is a pretty impressive guy who has taken on the challenge of being the first to complete the circumnavigation of mainland Britain by paddleboard, and is …
 
And we're back with Season Three, and a brand new episode. Caz Dawson aka SUP Lass, is a paddler from beautiful North Wales, an area of the UK which is full of natural beauty, regardless of your chosen outdoor activity. In this episode Caz chats to Nick about her paddle adventures both home and away and her plans for 2021 including the founding of …
 
Before we pick up again next week with Season 3, we're sharing this episode, first broadcast back in 2015 with Spike Reid. Spike's been a real friend to the podcast and if you enjoy this episode then also check out the episode he recorded this year about his expedition down the Ganges, here. In 2015 Spike Reid, crossed England, coast to coast, by s…
 
This episode is a re-broadcast and was originally recorded way back in 2015. We're making some major changes here at SUPfm and before we come back with the second half of Season Three we're taking you all the way back to our first season, where Nick got to chat to the ever impressive Kai Lenny. Kai is a down to earth guy despite growing up at the c…
 
As we enter the holiday season, it gives us the opportunity to look back at 2020 and revisit some of the highlights from our interviews. While 2020 was a year to forget, it was also a time which sharpened our focus on what was important in life, and for us, returning to the podcast was something which provided some much needed distraction at a very…
 
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