Podcast by Kick Zone Media
#27 Adam Luban
Adam Luban is a senior nordic skier racing for the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation Elite Team. Growing up in the suburbs of Syracuse, NY Adam made his way through his junior career with out a coach or team. learn how Adam's love of the sport has moved him from a team of one to one of the top skiers in the country.
#26 Carly Wynn
Carly Wynn is a senior athlete who lives an unconventional nordic lifestyle. Foregoing the support and face to face coaching of a competitive race program, Carly has figured out how to design and live the life she wants.
Carly's business page: https://enduranceefficacy.com/
Support the Podcast on Patreon at www.patreon.com/KZM
More nordic content at www.kickzonemedia.com
#25 Brian Halligan
Brian Halligan is the man behind the mic. Get to know your Word on the Trail host as the tables are turned and the host becomes the guest.
#24 Adam Terko
Adam Terko is executive director and head coach of Mansfield Nordic Club in Northern Vermont. Hear how this 2017 NENSA coach of the year loves nordic skiing, Vermont and junior development.
Support the Podcast and hear some extra content from Adam at www.patreon.com/kzm
#23 Jon Schafer
Jon "Fast Big Dog" Schafer went to Lake Placid to support his buddy racing a triathlon. After running into and meeting some of the best Biathletes in the world, Jon set out on his improbable path in the nordic community. In this episode Jon shares his comical story and ideas for the future of nordic sports in America.
#22 Gus Johnson
Gus Johnson is the Nordic Program Director of the Auburn Ski Club. In this episode he talks about the difficulties of training in a place so high in elevation and is constantly under the threat of wild fires. Gus also gives us the Far West Region summer recap and talks about his experiences as a college racer who lost their ski program while attending the school.
www.patreon.com/kzm for some extra credit questions for Gus.
Nordic Ski Podcast!
Great to now have a podcast dedicated to all things Nordic. Thanks Brian, and keep up the good work!