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World Surf League’s Dave Prodan breaks things down with influential figures from all across the surf landscape. Hear their behind-the-scenes stories and unfiltered opinions to get a deeper sense of who they are and how they’ve influenced the sport and culture of surfing.

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World Surf League’s Dave Prodan breaks things down with influential figures from all across the surf landscape. Hear their behind-the-scenes stories and unfiltered opinions to get a deeper sense of who they are and how they’ve influenced the sport and culture of surfing.

    Damien Hardman - The “Girls Can’t Surf” documentary, Narrabeen and the upcoming Rip Curl Narrabeen Classic, The next level of progression on tour, How the “Ice Man” won his titles, The Championship Tour in the 1990s, Being a ruthless competito

    Damien Hardman - The “Girls Can’t Surf” documentary, Narrabeen and the upcoming Rip Curl Narrabeen Classic, The next level of progression on tour, How the “Ice Man” won his titles, The Championship Tour in the 1990s, Being a ruthless competito

    Two-time World Champion Damien Hardman talks about the “Girls Can’t Surf” documentary, responds to his comments in the film, and discusses the Championship Tour in the 1980s and 90s. The Narrabeen local describes what fans can expect at the Rip Curl Narrabeen Classic presented by Corona, breaks down the wave and the surf scene in his hometown, gives his predictions for the favorites going into the event, and discusses Mick Fanning’s chances as the Event Wildcard. “The Ice Man” then looks back at his own career, how he started surfing, his rapid rise to success, winning his two World Titles, and what it took to be an exceptional competitor.
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    • 1h 9 min
    Ross Williams - Surfing in 2021 vs the 1990s, Coaching John John Florence, Shooting the Momentum films, Growing up on the North Shore, and Kelly Slater’s retirement

    Ross Williams - Surfing in 2021 vs the 1990s, Coaching John John Florence, Shooting the Momentum films, Growing up on the North Shore, and Kelly Slater’s retirement

    Momentum Generation icon, former Championship Tour competitor, and commentator-turned-coach Ross Williams talks about the differences between surfing in 2021 compared to when he was on tour in the 1990s, from the boards to the dream contest locations to the level of progression. He looks back at growing up on the North Shore, becoming friends at a young age with Kelly Slater and Shane Dorian, his gradual transition into becoming a pro surfer, and shooting the era-defining Momentum films with his peers. He dives into the world of surf coaching, how he tries to bring out that last 10% that can create a huge difference, and his work with World Champion John John Florence, CT competitor Tatiana Weston-Webb, and some up-and-coming Hawaiian talents.
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    • 1h 17 min
    Mark Richards - Newcastle Cup Contenders, Twin fin inspirations, The growth of the Championship Tour, Hawaii and Eddie Aikau, and Newcastle’s surf culture

    Mark Richards - Newcastle Cup Contenders, Twin fin inspirations, The growth of the Championship Tour, Hawaii and Eddie Aikau, and Newcastle’s surf culture

    Four-time World Champion and Newcastle native Mark Richards talks about his hometown’s strong surfing culture, how it produces so much high-level surf talent, and which tour surfers have looked best during their preparation for the upcoming Rip Curl Newcastle Cup presented by Corona. He tells stories of his first trips to Hawaii during the “Bustin’ Down The Door” era, winning respect from the local surfers, and becoming friends with Eddie Aikau. He looks back at his legendary career, touching on his four World Titles, his insatiable must-win mentality, the massive growth of the tour from its early days, and how hard it was to stop competing. Finally, MR breaks down the inspirations for his infamous twin fin design, his passion for and career in shaping surfboards, and his family’s history of making boards and running surf shops.
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    • 1h 36 min
    Jordy Smith - The obsessive pursuit of a World Title, Surviving the pro surfing hype machine, Video parts vs tour events, An eventful quarantine, South Africa, His surfing inspirations, and Shaping surfboards

    Jordy Smith - The obsessive pursuit of a World Title, Surviving the pro surfing hype machine, Video parts vs tour events, An eventful quarantine, South Africa, His surfing inspirations, and Shaping surfboards

    South African Championship Tour star Jordy Smith talks about the pro surfing hype machine, surviving the spotlight put on him at a young age, never crumbling under the weight of expectations, and how the media drives sponsorships. He looks back at his eventful quarantine, in which he experienced the birth of his child, was home for a South African winter for the first time in years, and got deep into shaping surfboards. He discusses how other surfers have influenced his surfing, from working to match Dane Reynolds in video parts to pulling inspiration from Taj Burrow’s airs and Joel Parkinson and Tom Curren’s style. Finally, as he prepares for the upcoming Australian leg of the tour, Jordy breaks down the obsessive work and the intense (and secretive) training regimen that goes into his pursuit of a World Title.
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    • 1h 10 min
    Nick Carroll - Surf Journalism, Australia vs California, Rebellion in Surfing, The pandemic surfing boom, The death of surf culture, and Kelly Slater’s future

    Nick Carroll - Surf Journalism, Australia vs California, Rebellion in Surfing, The pandemic surfing boom, The death of surf culture, and Kelly Slater’s future

    Author and surf scribe Nick Carroll joins the podcast for a deep discussion about a wide and unexpected array of surfing topics. He breaks down the differences between Australian and American surf journalism as well as the similarities between the California and Australia surf scenes. He describes how you can learn a lot about who a person really is by watching them in the water. He dives into the idea of rebellion in surfing, the long-standing surf institutions, the anti-establishment community, and the death of surf culture. He shares stories of his early competitive aspirations, watching his younger brother win World Titles, and how he moved from competing to writing about surfing for a living. He also touches on the current surfing boom caused by the pandemic and Kelly Slater’s future on tour before giving his top five things that changed the pro surfing game forever.

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    • 1h 54 min
    Caught Inside w Joe Turpel (Ep 1 - Jack Robinson)

    Caught Inside w Joe Turpel (Ep 1 - Jack Robinson)

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    For 14 days, the world's best surfers are quarantined in Australia with nothing better to do than have conversations with their favorite surfing announcer. Listen in to find out how they're staying sharp, staying fit and preparing for the upcoming Australian CT leg.
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