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Best Simon Slade podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Simon Slade podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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‘On the Wind,’ is THE podcast about offshore sailing, where professional sailor Andy Schell interviews sailors from around the world to discover what inspires them in an effort to inspire you! Andy has interviewed everyone from legends like Sir Robin Knox-Johnston, to tech gurus like Nigel Calder, boat builders like Magnus Rassy (of Hallberg Rassy), inspirational family sailors like Totem, YouTube stars SV Delos & Andy's personal favorite, Arctic sailor and octogenarian Bob Shepton. Thanks f ...
 
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Mike Beemer is an instructor at Skagit Valley Community College out in the Pacific Northwest. The school has recently purchased an old Westsail 39 that his students will renovate over the course of the next school year into an offshore-capable cruising boat, which they'll sell to an inspired sailor! They'll document the progress on the SVC 'Skallyw…
 
On this week's special episode, James Gemmell is joined by Tim Horan, Michael Lynagh and Sean Fitzpatrick to preview Super Rugby AU. Gemmell and the three World Cup winners discuss the runners and riders in the competition and the young stars to look out for. They also discuss the off-field issues that have taken place recently in Australian rugby …
 
Dylan Magaster is the founder of FLORB Productions, or "floating orb", which , in a nutshell, films interviews with folks into the "alternative house" - think 'tiny house' - movement. Dylan was himself a #vanlifer, until he recently made the jump to a Morgan 38 sailboat and began learning the ways of the sea. Dylan & I spoke last week about his Chr…
 
#296. Susie Goodall sailed her 36' Rustler DHL STARLIGHT in the 2018 solo round-the-world Golden Globe Race, getting pitchpoled in the Southern Ocean and needing a dramatic rescue to get safely to shore. For the first time publicly, Susie recounts the race, both the highlights and the drama. Susie would have been the skipper on ICEBEAR in 2020 if i…
 
Our beloved Swan 48 ISBJORN has made many good friends through the years, but few go as far back as Nick Ryley. He was full-time crewmember on ISBJORN in 1972 when she was brand-new, then called WARBABY, and has lots of great stories about their adventures together. Nick has also had an exciting and wide-ranging career in the sailing industry, work…
 
Former All Blacks Israel Dagg and Sean Fitzpatrick as well as ex-Australia international Michael Lynagh join James Gemmell to preview the upcoming Super Rugby Aotearoa competition. The guys discuss their excitement as live Rugby makes a comeback, Dan Carter's return to New Zealand to line up alongside Beauden Barrett at the Blues and what the futur…
 
#294. Bill Pinkney first dreamed about the ocean as a small boy growing up in Chicago. He got his first real start on the ocean with the US Navy int he 1950s, and for years held on to his sailing dreams. Finally, in 1992, he completed a solo circumnavigation on his Valiant 47 COMMITMENT, which was more than just a sailing trip, but an educational o…
 
#293. Andy hosts a live panel discussion with Brian Trautman from SV Delos, John Harries of morganscloud.com, legendary solo sailor Pete Goss and Meg & Morgen of Ocean Racers. This two-hour chat covers how each of these accomplished sailors thinks about outfitting their boats, risk management, decisioning making and more. -- Join us Friday June 5 f…
 
On this week's episode, Will and Rupert are joined by one of the greatest Olympians of all-time, Michael Johnson. Among the topics discussed are the current political situation in America, his Performance Centre which has welcomed both Jonny May and Harry Mallinder and how he mentally prepared for the biggest stages. He also gives tips on how to ru…
 
By the age of 23, England Flanker Tom Rees had reached a World Cup final and become an Premiership and European champion as part of the all-conquering golden generation at Wasps. And then, with the rugby world seemingly at his feet, injury struck. At 27, Rees had to make the heart-wrenching decision to hang up the boots. Eight years on, he is now a…
 
On this week's episode, Will and Rupert are joined by Racing 92 & Scotland fly-half, Finn Russell. He talks about what happened during the Six Nations when he got suspended from the side, his relationship with head coach Gregor Townsend and how it's improved subsequently. He also discusses life in Paris, playing with the 'Galacticos' at Racing 92 a…
 
#292. Gunnar Krantz has competed in 4 of the iconic Whitbread/Volvo Round-the-World races, skippering two of them and sailing hundreds of thousands of offshore miles in the process. He was also recently the skipper of the Swedish TV show 'Over Atlanten', where he shepherded 6 non-sailing Swedish celebrities across the Pond in a Swan 80. Gunnar visi…
 
#291. Now made obsolete by technology, the romantic aspect of celestial navigation will never die. Andy & August talk history & philosophy of celestial during our latest LIVE session. If you want to see the visuals, watch the replay at crowdcast.io/holdfast. -- Signup for our VIRTUAL celestial nav workshop, starting May 16, on 59-north.com/celestia…
 
#290. Jeff Thayer is a physicist, and back in the Space Shuttle days, studied and designed lightning defense systems for NASA to protect the Shuttle and other NASA rockets while they sat, vulnerable, tall metal objects on the launchpad in otherwise flat Florida. Jeff is also an avid sailor, and couldn't help but get in touch when he heard Andy talk…
 
Will and Rupert are joined by Hollywood Royalty on this week’s podcast. Star of stage and screen, Olivia Colman joins the duo for a fascinating chat on life as an Oscar winner, the baggage that fame brings and what day-to-day life is like on a film set. Colman also reveals how she knows Will and we also hear about Rupert’s past life treading the bo…
 
#289. Joscha & Niklas are two friends from Germany who set out on the dark-blue-hulled Bavaria in search of adventure. They've found it in spades, crossing the far north Atlanic via Iceland & Greenland, and winding up in the Caribbean before they got stuck in French Martinique during the coronavirus lockdown. Follow their travels on sailingnaked.de…
 
Crusaders boss Scott Robertson joins Will & Rupert on this week’s podcast. The three-time Super Rugby winning head coach talks about the interview process for the All Blacks top job, the players he loves to coach and recalls tales involving Richie McCaw and Jonah Lomu. Robertson, who also won 23 caps for New Zealand as a player, also goes into deta…
 
#288. Barry Walton speaks with ISBJORN skipper & guest-host August Sandberg about his documentary film series REACHING REALITY, where he and two friends set out down the Baja Peninsula in search of adventure on their 24-foot sailboat. -- Join 59º North LIVE! During the coronavirus lockdown we're hosting FREE Live Sessions, 1-2 hour topical discussi…
 
Will and Rupert are joined this week by 17-time capped All Blacks fly-half, Richie Mo’unga. He gives a fascinating insight on the semi-final defeat to England in the World Cup. He also tells the duo what he’s been up to during lockdown, the pressures of being an All Black, and what life is like under Scott Robertson at the Crusaders. Will also give…
 
#287: Brian & Kazza and their new daughter Sierra join Andy & Mia onboard ICEBEAR in the BVI in February to talk about their lives since the Svalbard adventure in 2018. -- ON THE WIND is presented by Sailing Yacht Power Solutions - makers of the revolutionary power generation solution that eliminates the need for a separate generator and uses your …
 
#286. Sean Westoby is the current fill-in skipper for Ice Bear as she weathers the coronavirus in Grenada, Isbjorn skipper August Sandberg talks to him about the current conditions in Grenada and what the future holds for ocean sailing. -- ON THE WIND is presented by Sailing Yacht Power Solutions - makers of the revolutionary power generation solut…
 
Alex Corbisiero was diagnosed with testicular cancer in November 2019. In this podcast the former England & Lions prop spoke to Rupert Cox about the moment he found out, the brilliant treatment he has received and ultimately his recovery. In this episode Alex and Rupert are joined by Consultant Urologist Ben Challacombe as well as USA rugby star Ab…
 
#285. Ryan Ellison & Sophie Darsy have become close friends of ours in the years since we first met them in Stockholm. Non-sailors initially, they bought a Beneteau 40 they named POLAR SEAL, and set out on a cruise of undetermined length, leaving Stockholm and sailing south, first to the Mediterranean and last year across the Atlantic. We met them …
 
#284. Andy leads a roundtable discussion with all of 59º North's stakeholders (minus Mia), including Lee Cumberland, Ryan Finstad, Ryan Ellison & skipper August Sandberg. The gang talks about how COVID-19 is impacting our 2020 sailing season, how we're thinking about it, and strategies we are implementing to deal with it. Recorded March 15, 2020. -…
 
On this week's episode, Will & Rupert chat to former England Head Coach & current Leinster Senior Coach, Stuart Lancaster. They discuss the past with England, the present with Leinster and what the future may bring. The duo also catch up with 2019 European Player of the Year, Alex Goode. The Saracens full back tells Will & Rupert what life has been…
 
On this week's episode, Will & Rupert react to the Coronavirus outbreak and discuss what steps should be taken with regards to the rugby season. Rupert chats to Montpellier & Fiji flyer Nemani Nadolo and they have an in-depth discussion on his career to-date and his impending move to Leicester. Will also gives his thoughts on Joe Marler's ban and s…
 
#283: Bela Musits // 'The Unconventional Path' Bela Musits Hosts the podcast “the unconventional path” all about taking unconventional paths to build your career and business. Bela actually interviewed andy for his show and that episode aired last week. they discuss the challenges and rewards of running an offshore sailing business. --- ON THE WIND…
 
Plenty to discuss on the Podcast this week! Will and Rupert react to the weekend's Six Nations action including a pair of red cards and Joe Marler's wandering hand. After Manu Tuilagi's late dismissal, Nigel Owens gives his expert view and explains the process that referees follow when making big decisions. Finally, as the World battles the Coronav…
 
Our duo chat to Allan Bateman about all things his career, from his experience of the Lions in South Africa in 1997 alongside Greenwood, to his career in Rugby League and Rugby Union. We also get the proud Welshman's thoughts and predictions on Wales' clash with England at Twickenham on Saturday in the Six Nations. The Red Roses are also in action …
 
With Rupert in Los Angeles at the Sevens, Will Greenwood caught up with former Leicester teammate Paul Gustard. The Harlequins Head of Rugby opens up about 4am starts, lack of sleep and the difficulties of contract negotiations. The 44-year-old also speaks about Saracens and their troubles, working with Eddie Jones, plus he reveals the reason he le…
 
Greenwood and Rupert Cox are joined by Tom May, who next month will be running the London Loop - a pathway that runs 150 miles around London - to raise funds for Motor Neurone Disease. May's challenge will finish at Twickenham Stadium on Saturday March 7, when England men host Wales in the penultimate round of the Championship. The trio discuss the…
 
Andy discusses the Beta Engine refit he and Mia did on ARCTURUS in Sweden in 2013, with the help of their friend Micah. This is episode #5, season 3 of our other show, HOW I THINK ABOUT SAILING, which you can download and subscribe to for FREE anywhere you get your podcasts! -- Subscribe to How I Think About Sailing wherever you get your podcasts. …
 
The RFU will cut Championship funding in half to for the 2020-21 campaign. The move plunges the Greene King IPA Championship clubs' futures into doubt, we speak to Bedford chairman Geoff Irvine who has criticised the RFU for the decision and accused them of attempting to ring-fence the Premiership. We also catch up with Newcastle's Toby Flood to ge…
 
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