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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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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.

    Ep. 832: Kayaking the Mississippi River in Search of Plastic - Christian Shaw

    Ep. 832: Kayaking the Mississippi River in Search of Plastic - Christian Shaw

    Christian is a waterman, adventurer, and storyteller discovering a path to make an impact in the world at the intersection of passion and purpose. Shaw is a teacher by nature and is passionate about sharing his skills and knowledge while inspiring others to join the movement for a healthier planet through his non-profit, Plastic Tides. 
    After realizing the devastating impact that plastic “nurdles” can have on a river system and the a proposed plastic manufacturing facility being built on the banks of the Mississippi River, Christian decided to travel to Louisiana to spend 10 days paddling 150 miles on the Mississippi from the proposed site of Formosa Plastics in St. James Parish to the mouth of the river to replicate the path these plastic nurdles would take. 
    The journey was documented and shared in real time through our social media channels which allowed them to foster support for #StopFormosaPlastics.
    Learn more about Christian and Plastic Tides below:
    www.plastictides.org
    @plastictides
    @chriscrossshaw

    Born in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, Gnarly Nutrition is committed to educating and inspiring athletes at all levels. Gnarly provides honest, effective and great-tasting nutrition that is NSF Certified and NSF Certified for Sport. Gnarly’s full line features science-backed products free of hormones, GMOs, proprietary blends or anything artificial. Add Gnarly Nutrition to your training regime to ensure successful sends. Get 15% off your first order by using the code gnarlyadventure15 at gognarly.com.


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    Ep. 831: Facing Avalanches on Mt. Everest...Twice - Revisited - Alex Staniforth

    Ep. 831: Facing Avalanches on Mt. Everest...Twice - Revisited - Alex Staniforth

    Originally aired on March 10, 2016
    As a young boy, Alex Staniforth dealt with epilepsy and has a stammer as a result of it. Like many kids, he was picked on and bullied in school severely damaging his self-confidence. Amazingly Alex managed to overcome his confidence issues when he discovered a new world of adventure and the feeling of accomplishment. At just 18 years old, he made his first attempt to summit Mt Everest. His story of being turned around by an avalanche in 2014 only to return in 2015 and be caught in the deadliest Everest avalanche on record is one of astonishment and caution. Listen in to this incredible account and pick up his new book "IceFall" to read the whole story for yourself. This is one you don't want to miss!
    Get the Book! Icefall: The True Story of a Teenager on a Mission to the Top of the World
    www.alexstaniforth.com
    @Alex_Staniforth


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    Ep. 830: Swimming Across Every Lake in the Lake District - Danny Longman

    Ep. 830: Swimming Across Every Lake in the Lake District - Danny Longman

    Danny is an anthropologist and adventurer who is building a reputation for setting ultra-endurance world records across a range of sports. After competing at a national level as a sprinter, footballer, canoeist, and rower at both high school and university, Danny discovered adventure when he attempted to row across the Atlantic Ocean as a 22-year-old. Since then, he celebrated the completion of his Ph.D. at Cambridge University by spending 6 months cycling from Mexico City (Mexico) to Ushuaia (Argentina), set 7 official Guinness World records for exploration when he rowed across the Arctic Ocean, and set 2 new ultra-endurance swimming records for swimming. Today, he’s talking about his latest swim, when he set a new FKT of 41 hrs 7 minutes for swimming the full length of all 13 publicly accessible lakes in the English Lake District.
    Instagram @TheWorldBeAPlayground
    Born in Utah’s Wasatch Mountains, Gnarly Nutrition is committed to educating and inspiring athletes at all levels. Gnarly provides honest, effective and great-tasting nutrition that is NSF Certified and NSF Certified for Sport. Gnarly’s full line features science-backed products free of hormones, GMOs, proprietary blends or anything artificial. Add Gnarly Nutrition to your training regime to ensure successful sends. Get 15% off your first order by using the code gnarlyadventure15 at gognarly.com.


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    Ep. 829: From Collapsed Spine to Accomplished Climber - Revisited - Astrid Southam

    Ep. 829: From Collapsed Spine to Accomplished Climber - Revisited - Astrid Southam

    Origianlly aired March 18, 2019
    Adventure (ad·ven·ture): an unusual and exciting, typically hazardous, experience or activity.
    That basically sums up life itself. The most unexpected, seemingly unfair, and hazardous things happen to us at every turn. We want adventure, but don't always love when it shows up. A life-altering injury is, by the definition above, an adventure. Well, it's not always exciting, but you get the picture. 
    To go from a collapsed spine at the age of 19 to being on a sponsored climbing expedition to the Ivory Coast is not an overnight journey, nor is it pleasant, but it is adventure. Astrid's story is one of hope, patience, and sheer grit to rise from what many would call a crippling situation (literally) to seeing the beauty in what happens to all of us at some point and accepting it as what life is all about. 
    Adventure doesn't always lead us down a peaceful path but teaches us to find peace no matter what path we're on. 
    Instagram: @astridsoutham
    Project Côte d'Ivoire https://www.projectci.co.uk/
    Instagram: @projectci_uk


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    Ep. 828: Canoeing the Yukon River Source to Sea - Will Collins

    Ep. 828: Canoeing the Yukon River Source to Sea - Will Collins

    Will is a veteran of Adventure Sports Podcast. He was with us back in 2017 to talk about his thru-paddle of the mighty Mississippi River. Today he’s taking us way out there with a 70-day paddle of the entire Yukon River through Canada and Alaska.
    Will is also the host of Buffalo Roamer, a podcast for those who seek adventure. You can follow will and his adventures on Instagram at @BuffaloRoamer
    Support The Adventure Sports Podcast monthly by going to Patreon.com/AdventureSportsPodcast or make a one-time donation to the show here.


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    Ep. 827: Solo Winter Kayaking the Grand Canyon - Revisited - Liam Kirkham

    Ep. 827: Solo Winter Kayaking the Grand Canyon - Revisited - Liam Kirkham

    Originally aired on January 29, 2018
    Whitewater kayaking instructor and guide Liam Kirkham talks about his solo kayaking trip on the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon down during the winter. His 226-mile adventure took him 12 days to complete. Listen in as he and Curt discuss this fantastic journey as well as some fundamentals of kayaking as an adventure sport.
    Project 30: https://www.facebook.com/Project30-790836664291867
    Small World Adventures in Ecuador: http://www.smallworldadventures.com
    Athletic Brewing was able to partner with the amazing folks at WZRD Media to film Adventure Sports Podcast alumni, Jason Hardrath, on his adventure to 100 Fastest Known Times through the new documentary, Journey to 100. You find out more about the film, watch the trailer, and come see it on tour (Mason from Adventure Sports Podcast will be there!) at AthleticBrewing.com/Journeyto100.
    Seattle Tickets
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    Check out the Bourbon Pursuit podcast anywhere you get podcasts. 


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