34 min

#16: Jim De Paoli | Red Bull Ice Cross Downhill Rad Season Podcast - Action Sports and Adventure Show

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In this episode Oli Russell-Cowan chats to Jim De Paoli, an Adrenaline Junkie and Athlete from Geneva, Switzerland who competes in Red Bull Ice Cross and Ice Cross Downhill. 
Crashed Ice or Ice Cross Downhill is insane, dangerous and probably the wildest sport ever. What goes on in someone’s mind to skate on ice up to 50 miles per hour around tight corners and obstacles? We will find out from Jim.   
We talk about how Jim grew up playing sports when he started skating and Ice Cross and his favorite destinations on tour. Tune in for some of his best stories, worst crashes and how he trains for this competitive rad winter sport, the craziest thing on ice. 
Enjoy and get rad!
The Rad Season Action Sports and Adventure Show goes live every week on Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube. Every Monday, the Show drops as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Like what you hear? Read more by following this link: radseason.com

In this episode Oli Russell-Cowan chats to Jim De Paoli, an Adrenaline Junkie and Athlete from Geneva, Switzerland who competes in Red Bull Ice Cross and Ice Cross Downhill. 
Crashed Ice or Ice Cross Downhill is insane, dangerous and probably the wildest sport ever. What goes on in someone’s mind to skate on ice up to 50 miles per hour around tight corners and obstacles? We will find out from Jim.   
We talk about how Jim grew up playing sports when he started skating and Ice Cross and his favorite destinations on tour. Tune in for some of his best stories, worst crashes and how he trains for this competitive rad winter sport, the craziest thing on ice. 
Enjoy and get rad!
The Rad Season Action Sports and Adventure Show goes live every week on Facebook, LinkedIn and YouTube. Every Monday, the Show drops as a podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Like what you hear? Read more by following this link: radseason.com

34 min