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Adventure Sports Podcast

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Adventure Sports Podcast

Adventure Sports Podcast

Mason Gravley

60
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124
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Listen to in-depth interviews twice a week from adventure sports enthusiasts from around the globe. You'll hear from athletes, adventurers, explorers, guides, authors, business owners and many more who live their lives pursuing fulfillment through adventure and the outdoors.

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Enjoy Memorial Day!

Get out and enjoy your Memorial Day! Thank you to everyone who listens who has served our country. We'll be back May 28th.

35 s6 d ago
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Enjoy Memorial Day!

Ep. 639: Wildland Trekking in Tanzania - Revisited - Seth Quigg

Originally aired March 26, 2018Seth Quigg, the "Pimbi Master", fromwww.wildlandtrekking.comjoins Curt on today's show to share some good stories from trips to Tanzania. they also discuss the value of putting yourself out there and getting some real-world experience and education through adventure.Instagram: @sethquiggphotographywww.wildlandtrekking.com

58 MIN1 w ago
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Ep. 639: Wildland Trekking in Tanzania - Revisited - Seth Quigg

Ep. 638: Running 30 Marathons in 30 Countries Before Turning 30 - Liz Warner

After running her first marathon in Tokyo after the loss of her father, Liz grew a deep love of running as a form of therapy and exercise. She had a self-proclaimed “addiction” for the high of crossing the finish line after over 26 miles of running, especially in places that were far from her hometown of Atlanta.As she approached her 30th birthday while living in Paris, she decided to join her passion for travel and marathons into an adventure of a lifetime! She committed to run 30 marathons in 30 different countries by the time she turns 30 in June of 2020.Each marathon focused on a different charity and she’s currently raising $100,000 to donate to the various causes. You find out more about her marathons and fundraising here.runtoreach.comInstagram: @runtoreachSign up for the virtual marathon for May 24th! runtoreach.com/virtual-marathon

48 MIN1 w ago
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Ep. 638: Running 30 Marathons in 30 Countries Before Turning 30 - Liz Warner

Ep. 637: 100-Mile Trail Race on Horseback - Revisited - Lora Wereb

Originally aired on Aug 04, 2016.Since 1955, horseback riders have been taking part in an event called the Tevis Cup. This 24 hour endurance race starts in Lake Tahoe, California and ends in Auburn 100 miles to the west. Breast cancer survivor Lora Wereb recently took on this grueling challenge in the race’s 61st year.www.teviscup.orgwww.pegasuswinery.comwww.firstdescents.org

50 MIN2 w ago
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Ep. 637: 100-Mile Trail Race on Horseback - Revisited - Lora Wereb

Ep. 636: Mountaineer, Explorer, Guide, Race Director - Alex Harris

After resigning from his position in sales in 1996, Alex became the youngest South African to guide a team to the summit of Everest at the age of 25. Since then he has led dozens of expeditions to some of furthest corners of the planet, including the north and south sides of Everest, the Seven Summits, and the Arabian Desert, to name a few.In 2008, Alex became the first African to walk unsupported to the South pole. The journey took 65 days and covered 1,200 kms.Alex has now transitioned into the life of race director for The Munga, a 1,000 km semi-supported single state mountain bike race across South Africa in the heat of the summer.Find out more about Alex and The Munga:Themunga.comwww.facebook.com/TheMungaMTBxplorethisworld.com/people/alex

62 MIN2 w ago
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Ep. 636: Mountaineer, Explorer, Guide, Race Director - Alex Harris

Ep. 635: Bikepacking From Canada to Panama - Revisited - Ryan Brown

Ryan "Kodak" Brown is on the show today to share his story of how finding long distance cycling helped him overcome anxiety, depression and alcohol dependency. In 2014, he embarked on an amazing bicycle trip from Canada to Panama. Listen in for some cycling inspiration!Instagram:@ryankodakbrownsierradesigns.comkodakbrown.com

59 MIN3 w ago
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Ep. 635: Bikepacking From Canada to Panama - Revisited - Ryan Brown

Ep. 634: Traveling to Every Country in the World on a Teacher Salary - Brian Asher

After humble beginnings in the world of sports, Brian was introduced to summiting mountains, vast wilderness, and travel when he went to work at a summer camp in Colorado that changed his life forever. After that experience, as well as encouragement from his brother, he was eager to see more of the world. That’s when he took a solo trip to Central America just to experience the culture and scenery.He was hooked!Brian quickly began traveling all over the world, racking up visits to dozens of countries in a relatively short amount of time. It wasn’t long before the idea to visit every country in the world became his pursuit.Today is the story of how Biran did just that. Well, every country except one...Instagram: @the.world.hikerYouTube: The World HikerWebsite: theworldhiker.comFacebook: @TheWorldHiker

55 MIN3 w ago
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Ep. 634: Traveling to Every Country in the World on a Teacher Salary - Brian Asher

Ep. 633: Survivor Winner - Ethan Zohn

Ethan knows what it takes to survive. He’s faced cancer twice, lost his father at the age of 14, had teammates die of AIDS while playing professional soccer in Africa, and has won the reality showSurvivor: Africa.Today Ethan is joining Without Compromise to talk about what it means to survive difficult situations and ultimately use those tragedies for good in a principle he calls “never letting a crisis go to waste”. For example, when he won the $1 million prize forSurvivor: Africahe decided to use the money to start Grassroot Soccer, an adolescent health organization that uses the popularity of soccer to educate at-risk youth all over the world. To date, they’ve educated over 2 million young people through their program.Ethan was most recently onSurvivor Season 40: Winners at WarInstagram:@ethanzohnHis websites:Grassroot SoccerEthanZohn.com

33 MINAPR 30
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Ep. 633: Survivor Winner - Ethan Zohn

Ep. 632: World Record Highlining - Ari DeLashmutt

The world of highlining is often misunderstood as simply walking from one point to another across a thin webbing hundreds of feet in the air. While it is that, it’s so much more. Ari does an amazing job illustrating, even for the totally unfamiliar, the thrill, focus, and adventure of being out there on the line.Most of the episode revolves around him and his friend’s ridiculous accomplishment of highlinging 2 km across an abandoned asbestos mine in (appropriately enough) Asbestos, Quebec.The project was huge, ludicrous, and completely awesome.Enjoy.Video on the project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5W2ya3oLHaYInstagram: @ariintheairHis colaboration with KEEN Footwear: www.keenfootwear.com/ambassadors/blog-article-18043.htmlPersonal website: ariintheair.com

60 MINAPR 27
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Ep. 632: World Record Highlining - Ari DeLashmutt

Ep. 631: Backcountry Skier - Malou Peterson

After an injury that kept her from skiing, and pretty much doing anything, for two years, Malou realized that her love wasn’t for racing on skis but for adventure in the wilderness. This ignited her passion for backcountry skiing in some of the most beautifully rugged places on Earth.After healing up, Malou was in pursuit of the best snow and backcountry skiing in the world. She left her small town in Sweden for Revelstoke, British Columbia, which is now her home.Join us for a conversation about snow, mountains, injury, surfing, and adventure.How to find Malou:Instagram:@maloupetersonYouTube:Kajsa & MalouSupport the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com

30 MINAPR 23
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Ep. 631: Backcountry Skier - Malou Peterson

Latest Episodes

Enjoy Memorial Day!

Get out and enjoy your Memorial Day! Thank you to everyone who listens who has served our country. We'll be back May 28th.

35 s6 d ago
Comments
Enjoy Memorial Day!

Ep. 639: Wildland Trekking in Tanzania - Revisited - Seth Quigg

Originally aired March 26, 2018Seth Quigg, the "Pimbi Master", fromwww.wildlandtrekking.comjoins Curt on today's show to share some good stories from trips to Tanzania. they also discuss the value of putting yourself out there and getting some real-world experience and education through adventure.Instagram: @sethquiggphotographywww.wildlandtrekking.com

58 MIN1 w ago
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Ep. 639: Wildland Trekking in Tanzania - Revisited - Seth Quigg

Ep. 638: Running 30 Marathons in 30 Countries Before Turning 30 - Liz Warner

After running her first marathon in Tokyo after the loss of her father, Liz grew a deep love of running as a form of therapy and exercise. She had a self-proclaimed “addiction” for the high of crossing the finish line after over 26 miles of running, especially in places that were far from her hometown of Atlanta.As she approached her 30th birthday while living in Paris, she decided to join her passion for travel and marathons into an adventure of a lifetime! She committed to run 30 marathons in 30 different countries by the time she turns 30 in June of 2020.Each marathon focused on a different charity and she’s currently raising $100,000 to donate to the various causes. You find out more about her marathons and fundraising here.runtoreach.comInstagram: @runtoreachSign up for the virtual marathon for May 24th! runtoreach.com/virtual-marathon

48 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Ep. 638: Running 30 Marathons in 30 Countries Before Turning 30 - Liz Warner

Ep. 637: 100-Mile Trail Race on Horseback - Revisited - Lora Wereb

Originally aired on Aug 04, 2016.Since 1955, horseback riders have been taking part in an event called the Tevis Cup. This 24 hour endurance race starts in Lake Tahoe, California and ends in Auburn 100 miles to the west. Breast cancer survivor Lora Wereb recently took on this grueling challenge in the race’s 61st year.www.teviscup.orgwww.pegasuswinery.comwww.firstdescents.org

50 MIN2 w ago
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Ep. 637: 100-Mile Trail Race on Horseback - Revisited - Lora Wereb

Ep. 636: Mountaineer, Explorer, Guide, Race Director - Alex Harris

After resigning from his position in sales in 1996, Alex became the youngest South African to guide a team to the summit of Everest at the age of 25. Since then he has led dozens of expeditions to some of furthest corners of the planet, including the north and south sides of Everest, the Seven Summits, and the Arabian Desert, to name a few.In 2008, Alex became the first African to walk unsupported to the South pole. The journey took 65 days and covered 1,200 kms.Alex has now transitioned into the life of race director for The Munga, a 1,000 km semi-supported single state mountain bike race across South Africa in the heat of the summer.Find out more about Alex and The Munga:Themunga.comwww.facebook.com/TheMungaMTBxplorethisworld.com/people/alex

62 MIN2 w ago
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Ep. 636: Mountaineer, Explorer, Guide, Race Director - Alex Harris

Ep. 635: Bikepacking From Canada to Panama - Revisited - Ryan Brown

Ryan "Kodak" Brown is on the show today to share his story of how finding long distance cycling helped him overcome anxiety, depression and alcohol dependency. In 2014, he embarked on an amazing bicycle trip from Canada to Panama. Listen in for some cycling inspiration!Instagram:@ryankodakbrownsierradesigns.comkodakbrown.com

59 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Ep. 635: Bikepacking From Canada to Panama - Revisited - Ryan Brown

Ep. 634: Traveling to Every Country in the World on a Teacher Salary - Brian Asher

After humble beginnings in the world of sports, Brian was introduced to summiting mountains, vast wilderness, and travel when he went to work at a summer camp in Colorado that changed his life forever. After that experience, as well as encouragement from his brother, he was eager to see more of the world. That’s when he took a solo trip to Central America just to experience the culture and scenery.He was hooked!Brian quickly began traveling all over the world, racking up visits to dozens of countries in a relatively short amount of time. It wasn’t long before the idea to visit every country in the world became his pursuit.Today is the story of how Biran did just that. Well, every country except one...Instagram: @the.world.hikerYouTube: The World HikerWebsite: theworldhiker.comFacebook: @TheWorldHiker

55 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Ep. 634: Traveling to Every Country in the World on a Teacher Salary - Brian Asher

Ep. 633: Survivor Winner - Ethan Zohn

Ethan knows what it takes to survive. He’s faced cancer twice, lost his father at the age of 14, had teammates die of AIDS while playing professional soccer in Africa, and has won the reality showSurvivor: Africa.Today Ethan is joining Without Compromise to talk about what it means to survive difficult situations and ultimately use those tragedies for good in a principle he calls “never letting a crisis go to waste”. For example, when he won the $1 million prize forSurvivor: Africahe decided to use the money to start Grassroot Soccer, an adolescent health organization that uses the popularity of soccer to educate at-risk youth all over the world. To date, they’ve educated over 2 million young people through their program.Ethan was most recently onSurvivor Season 40: Winners at WarInstagram:@ethanzohnHis websites:Grassroot SoccerEthanZohn.com

33 MINAPR 30
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Ep. 633: Survivor Winner - Ethan Zohn

Ep. 632: World Record Highlining - Ari DeLashmutt

The world of highlining is often misunderstood as simply walking from one point to another across a thin webbing hundreds of feet in the air. While it is that, it’s so much more. Ari does an amazing job illustrating, even for the totally unfamiliar, the thrill, focus, and adventure of being out there on the line.Most of the episode revolves around him and his friend’s ridiculous accomplishment of highlinging 2 km across an abandoned asbestos mine in (appropriately enough) Asbestos, Quebec.The project was huge, ludicrous, and completely awesome.Enjoy.Video on the project: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5W2ya3oLHaYInstagram: @ariintheairHis colaboration with KEEN Footwear: www.keenfootwear.com/ambassadors/blog-article-18043.htmlPersonal website: ariintheair.com

60 MINAPR 27
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Ep. 632: World Record Highlining - Ari DeLashmutt

Ep. 631: Backcountry Skier - Malou Peterson

After an injury that kept her from skiing, and pretty much doing anything, for two years, Malou realized that her love wasn’t for racing on skis but for adventure in the wilderness. This ignited her passion for backcountry skiing in some of the most beautifully rugged places on Earth.After healing up, Malou was in pursuit of the best snow and backcountry skiing in the world. She left her small town in Sweden for Revelstoke, British Columbia, which is now her home.Join us for a conversation about snow, mountains, injury, surfing, and adventure.How to find Malou:Instagram:@maloupetersonYouTube:Kajsa & MalouSupport the Adventure Sports Podcast by giving as low as $1/month to our efforts to produce this show at patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcastContact us at info@adventuresportspodcast.com

30 MINAPR 23
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Ep. 631: Backcountry Skier - Malou Peterson
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