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The Snowboarders Podcast is hosted by pro rider Chris Grenier with a new guest every week. A great blend of humor and inspiration through the stories of snowboarding's top athletes as they take you through their personal journey every week, while navigating life's bomb holes and successes. Stay tuned each week for more. Also available on Youtube. Check out BOMBHOLE.COM
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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! Remember: Taking a lesson is the best way to learn ...
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Each week Sarah and Nicole will host a ski mom guest to tap into her knowledge and share stories from the lifts. Guests range from industry insiders to those go-to moms who always seem to have it all together. We share laughs and lessons from the hill. You'll feel included, invited and celebrated every time you join us. We hope to help you and your family get to the slopes happy and coming back for more!
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True stories of ordinary people thrust into extraordinary survival situations. Stranded in the desert. Lost in the jungle. Marooned in the mountains. Shipwrecked on the high seas. You'll hear from individuals who had everything against them. But even then, they refused to give in… Hosted by John Hopkins. New episodes Thursdays. For ad-free listening, exclusive content and early access to new episodes, join Noiser+. Click the Noiser+ banner to get started with a 7-day free trial. Or, if you'r ...
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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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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!
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A bi-weekly podcast for anyone who thinks escaping modern life to live or travel in Japan's legendary snow country is a good idea. Expect stories about life in the snow, mountains and villages, skiing and snowboarding, national parks, buying old houses, fixing old houses, little white trucks, festivals, temples and shrines, artisans, breweries and distilleries, hot springs, food, travel, traditions and myths, old ways and new. Stories told by the people who live here.
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The Blister Podcast from BLISTER 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.
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Brought to you by Thule, You Inspire Us is all about people who inspire us to live a more active, fulfilling life. Every other week, downhill mountain biker and sports commentator Eliot Jackson will deep dive into conversations with athletes, adrenaline-seekers, and all-around adventurers. From snowboard legend Xavier De Le Rue to king of MTB Slopestyle Emil Johansson, we’ll be peeling back the surface to get to the heart of what motivates our guests to lead such active lives.
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GEAR:30 is the podcast from BLISTER 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/privacy for more information.
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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.
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The UK's best ski podcast The White Out is hosted by Dom Killinger, Publisher and Owner at InTheSnow Magazine, and Rob Stewart, Journalist, PR Guru and Director of Specialist PR Agency Ski Press. Each episode is your ultimate guide to skiing including the latest snow reports from around the world, reviewing new season ski gear, chatting about the latest news, featuring fabulous resort destinations and regular interviews with total ski legends. Get your powder fix today :) You love skiing? We ...
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Want to know what Seasonaires really get up to? Admin Assistant turned seasonal worker, Gina Cerejo, showcases the lives of fellow Seasonaires, Expats, Workaways, Nomads, Van-lifers and travelling adventurers from around the world, sharing inspirational stories and insights into their alternative lifestyles living and working abroad from their native countries. Discover the journeys of those who stepped out of their comfort zones, swerved the status quo, changed careers and leapt into a worl ...
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Ski Utah's new Last Chair will take you inside Utah's resorts for the story behind the Greatest Snow on Earth®. In a weekly series of audio features, host Tom Kelly will bring you behind the scenes with resort leaders, athletes and fascinating figures who are the stories inside Utah skiing and snowboarding. Whether you're a passionate local snow rider, or a guest to the Utah mountain landscape, you'll learn about mountain life through the stories of the men and women who shape the Ski Utah e ...
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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 .
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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.
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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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I am Dave Lee. Pro Snowboarder, turned entrepreneur. I've been part of a kick ass team that has built a successful snowboard brand, factory and subscription/media company. This podcast gives you insight into the how and why we do what we do. Small business, mountain culture, friends and family and a life-long dedication to a snowboard world that like many things in life has the ability to kick you in the teeth. Signal_Life is all about finding your own line in an often tracked out scene.
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This week in the traveling podcast booth we've got Mike Dawson and Mike Green posted up at Copper Mountain, where Dawsy is laid up for the week shooting ski racing for the US Team. The boys catch up after not seeing Dawsy all spring/summer due to a busy season shooting photo/video of professional snowboarders in Europe, a professional skiers vlog t…
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Eric LeMarque is a former professional ice hockey player, an Olympian who’s tasted incredible highs in his sport. But in 2004, his life is spiralling out of control. Hoping to escape his demons, he takes a snowboarding trip to Mammoth Mountain. After one run too many, he’ll find himself lost in a sprawling alpine wilderness, where the cold isn’t th…
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Michael McDaniel is a professional snowboarder who rides for Gnu, Oakley, Airblaster, Coal, FatTire, and JBL audio. His smile and energy are infectious and his style is powerful and smooth. We recorded in a restaurant up on hill at Holy Bowly Sunshine Village. The Ninth Season of the FnRad Podcast is Presented by Skyview Campers Social: https://www…
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On this episode of The Snowboard Project, we talk to one of the godfathers of powder surfing, Shark Powderboard's Tim Wesley. ( http://sharkpowderboards.com ) If you are not farmiliar with powder surfing, check out some of these videos: Powsurfing! 2020-21 Sharksnowsurf season recap https://youtu.be/0_dbFdWgfRM?si=F1GQyR_UuqUzOOv_ Powdersurfing - T…
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Episode 17 of the podcast takes us to Niigata Prefecture and the deep snow of Myoko Kogen. Located on the flanks of Mount Myoko, Myoko Kogen is a collective named used to refer to five ski resorts, renowned for their very heavy snowfall and some of Japan’s best powder riding. In this episode I speak with Billy Halloran, a talented snowboarder and o…
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Boom! Just in case that isn't enough information for you, we'll provide some more: Knut Eliassen wears many hats (because of his lack of hair). In order to save you some time, we'll summarize. Knut is Nitro Snowboards. He lives and breathes Nitro everyday and is dedicated to protecting and strengthening snowboarding culture as a whole. He claims to…
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In this episode, we share our tips on caring for your technical ski garments and keeping them waterproofed. Our ski clothes get dirty and washing them is an important part of their maintenance. But it’s important to use the right products when washing your ski clothes. We are using Nixwax Hardshell Cleaning and Waterproofing products. We are also t…
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Welcome to an extra-special episode of Roundtable, free for all subscribers, and a collaboration with my pal and podcasting peer Matt Pycroft of the brilliant Adventure Podcast, recorded live in front of an audience at the 2023 Kendal Mountain Festival. This conversation came about when Kendal founder and friend of the show Steve Scott asked myself…
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On this episode of The World’s Greatest Action Sports Podcast, Chis and Todd come together from opposite ends of the world, Chris in Rio for the ISA World Jr. Surfing Championships, and Todd from his garage/cave in Encinitas. As per usual, talk starts with action sports and then goes in weird directions, but we do talk about Kai Lenny doing backfli…
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The longest annual paddle race in the world is in….Alabama! It’s the Alabama 650 and John Knippers is the first person to ever finish the race on a paddleboard. Today we’ll hear John’s story and how we was able to achieve a 650 mile paddle in just 8 days. Also, if you want to meet me and John this weekend, come by the Last Paddler Standing, a paddl…
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Erick Cedeño is known for bikepacking around the U.S. He rides through some of the most beautiful parts of the country, but his trips aren’t just about taking in the scenery. Erick has a passion for history and has biked along historical routes including the Underground Railroad and most recently, he traced the footsteps and tire treads of a group …
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On today’s show I catch up with Seasonaire turned writer, the incredibly talented Angela Kirwin Tune in as I get Angie's full story, from prison worker to published author. We hear Angie's season stories across France, Slovenia, and Austria And stick with us right to the end of the show as we get the lowdown on Angie's pandemic experience in Italy …
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Today we are talking about weather forecasting — as well as finding your people in this dark, cold, and sometimes lonely universe — with two of the weather forecasters from OpenSnow, Bryan Allegretto and Evan Thayer. We discuss last season’s historic winter; how much stock you ought to put into ‘El Nino / La Nina’ predictions; whether the stated sn…
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Episode 18 of the podcast takes us once again to Niigata Prefecture and the snow country area of Matsunoyama. Famous for its very heavy snowfall, Matsunoyama is a place in many ways defined by that snow. In this episode I speak with Kamimura Shotaro, a regional revitalisation coordinator based in Matsunoyama. Shotaro’s work tasks him with revitalis…
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Today we have a very special edition of Group Chat! We've got Danny Davis, Red Gerard and Todd Richards in the booth and we talk everything Woodward Peace Park and everything in between. We cover some areas we think need improving within the snowboard world and what Peace Park offers as a part of the solution. We talk pipe. We talk rotations.We tal…
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On this episode, we’re going to continue our discussion with Dr. William Bugbee and focus on OCA surgical technique and then discuss clinical outcomes including return to sports. Our conversation picks back up with a recent paper from the July issue of Cartilage this year titled “Young Age and Concomitant or Prior Bony Realignment Procedures are As…
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Todd Jones and the company he helped found Teton Gravity Research, has had a huge impact on Skiing and Snowboarding. This private school-educated kid from Cape Cod became passionate about sliding on snow at Stowe, then became a certified Deadhead in high school, and college was all about leaving private college life to become a dish dog in Jackson …
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First Chair Podcast host George Thomas catches up with Carol Stecker at the Rocky Mountain season kickoff event. Carol has been a Keystone instructor for a long time and joined the season kickoff event to earn more CEUs and engage with other local instructors. George and Carole chatted about the event and how it has progressed this year. Carole tal…
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Subscriber-only episode Lisa Will is a ski mom and the founder of Stonz, an outdoor apparel and footwear company for kids ages 0-6 years. Lisa walks us through the problems she kept running into with her own kid’s outdoor apparel and how that led her to the decision to start Stonz. Stonz is on a mission make it easy to get kids outdoors no matter t…
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Lisa Will is a ski mom and the founder of Stonz, an outdoor apparel and footwear company for kids ages 0-6 years. Lisa walks us through the problems she kept running into with her own kid’s outdoor apparel and how that led her to the decision to start Stonz. Stonz is on a mission make it easy to get kids outdoors no matter the weather. They have a …
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What are some of the biggest mistakes skiers make when buying gear? And what do regular, recreational skiers & snowboarders need to know about ski tuning and waxing? Jonathan discusses these questions and more with Logan and Riley Boone of Boone Mountain Sports. They also talk about how they all met (it was in Austria), and Jonathan reveals the upc…
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WELCOME OUR SPONSORS SKI INDEPENDENCE The team at Ski Independence have been sending customers to Alberta’s ski resorts for almost 30 years. With oodles of personal experience, they know all about the best places to stay, the best travel options… and everything in between: from Banff’s best après-ski locations, to breathtaking scenery at Lake Louis…
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First Chair Podcast host George Thomas catches up with Rob Crawford at the T-Bar on Breckenridge mountain. George and Rob talk about leading clinics and covering important information that's needed for the upcoming season. Rob is new to the Aspen Snowsports School staff and is thrilled to learn from some of the best in the industry. Rob is part of …
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A crisp sunny morning with tacky stone. The spring flush of desert sun and good dirt. Long summer days that tangle with night. What’s best? Armed with facts, waxing poetic prose, and a touch of emotional heat, our staff goes toe to toe to determine which region has the best season. It’s tournament time! Today’s episode is from our Dirtbag Diaries+ …
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Originally aired May 7, 2018 On today's show, Amber Casali joins Curt to fill us in on everything we didn't realize we did not know about fire lookout towers. Born and raised in Seattle, Amber Casali considers herself a stereotypical Pacific Northwesterner, someone who loves the outdoors and relishes the natural beauty of our region. She has summit…
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Paul Templer has one of the most wholesome jobs imaginable: paddling entranced visitors along Africa’s beautiful Zambezi River to the majestic Victoria Falls. But one day, his tour party is attacked… by a ferocious bull hippopotamus. As panic descends, Paul must do his utmost to ensure no man is left behind… A Noiser production, written by Susan Al…
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Head to any Woodward Mountain Center and you’ll immediately be drawn to the kids in the Jib Park and Peace Park pushing themselves to new heights. Since Woodward’s humble beginning over 50 years ago as a gymnastics camp in Pennsylvania, progression has been central to its mission. Today, Woodward centers span the globe including Utah’s Woodward Par…
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It's time for another Ski Rex Media Podcast, My Friends! I have another fun one for you, though I almost didn't think this one was going to make it. I thought this one might be the third or fourth lost episode, but I was able to save it! That story is in the episode, as well. This week, we talked about travel skiing, which is something I have cover…
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Let's talk about world famous duo's. We've got Batman and Robin, Scooby Doo and Shaggy, and arguably the most iconic of all, Jess Kimura and Darrah Reid. On this week's episode we bring to you the first ever duo episode where we dive into funny stories, trips, and get an inside look as to how these two snowboarders do everything it is that they do.…
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We take on a listener question this week about "how old is too old". My advice is that it's personal AND you can do a lot of things to extend your life on skis. Check out the ACL Strong Program The NY Times workout I referenced (may have a paywall! sorry!). We'd love to hear your thoughts on this too! MABEL'S LABELS Use Code SKIMOMS to save 15% off…
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First Chair Podcast host George Thomas catches up with the Angel Fire crew from New Mexico. The team from Angel Fire joined in on the Member School Management (MSM) event in Colorado to have fun, talk about the upcoming season and make some turns together. They talk about what they're learning at MSM and how they plan to take what they've learned b…
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Fabien Rohrer is one of the longest running pro snowboarders on the Nitro team. He won The Innsbruck Air And Style competing against the best snowboarders in the world at the time. He went to the olympics and then boycotted them... I was overjoyed to get an invite to Greenwater (Mike Michalchuk's AirBNB getaway up in Pemberton) to interview Fabien.…
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If you follow what I do at all closely, whether through my newsletter or my podcast, you’ll know that ‘how we talk about activism and the climate’ has been a bit of a preoccupation for me these last few months. I’m loosely connected to what you might call the wider activism movement, which has become a proper industry these days. And much of it lea…
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On this episode of The World’s Greatest Action Sports Podcast, Chis and Todd talk about how sick Todd is, I mean, everybody knows he’s the sickest, but today he’s actually sick, as in ill. This episode is pretty much all ad block, sounds bad, looks bad, and is kind of pointless, so, I guess it’s just like every other episode. Next ep will be an int…
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First Chair Podcast host George Thomas. You'll hear from Board President Robin May at the season kickoff event in the Rocky Mountain Region. The season is starting across the country and our regions are ready for an adventurous season ahead. The point of this season kickoff event is a social and networking event but it also is a sign of the season …
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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, the legendary Jeff Hakman. We discussed w…
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When Alvarez Silberstein was 18 years old, he was in a car accident that left him paralyzed from the chest down. Before his accident, Alvaro had a dream to go Torres del Paine National Park in Patagonia. Once he started using a wheelchair, he assumed it would be impossible for him to fulfill this dream. But in 2017, Alvaro and his incredible friend…
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