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Best Tommys Outdoors podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Tommys Outdoors podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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The Blister Podcast is Blister's series of weekly conversations with the most fascinating and passionate people in the outdoor sports world. We’ll talk with top-level skiers, climbers, mountain bikers, snowboarders, product designers, and various Blister reviewers about their sport, their industry, and whatever else is on their minds— or ours. For information regarding your data privacy, visit Acast.com/privacy
 
Hunt Fish Travel; Where to Go, Where to Stay, Where to Eat. A Fishing, Archery, Bowhunting and Hunting Podcast. Hunt Fish Travel will assist a hunter/fisherman/outdoorsman in the planning stages by providing real reviews and in depth, factual location information.
 
Seat Time covers Offroad racing in the GNCC (Grand National Cross Country) Series, National Enduro, Hare and Hound, WORCS and Endurocross. We are the beer drinking, bench racing show that chats with offroad lengends, discusses current racing news and other random offroad bits. Remember to always enjoy a Pint Full of Awesome.
 
Welcome to Blister’s weekly climbing podcast. I’m Dave Alie, the climbing editor at Blister, and host of All Things Climbing. Like most climbers, I was immediately smitten by the sport when I first found it. But in the years since, the community and culture the surrounds climbing has proved itself to be as interesting and influential in shaping my life as the actual climbing itself. For so many of us, it’s the reason climbing makes the leap from fun hobby to all-consuming lifestyle obsession ...
 
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I had the pleasure to fish with Richard a number of years ago on the waters of Bjagos Islands archipelago in Guinea Bissau. That is without a doubt one of the highlights of my angling career. Richard runs World Sport Fishing, a fishing and shooting holiday outfit. So if you are after a bucket list angling experience, definitely check out their webs…
 
This week's podcast features Barry and Paul plus a great interview with Latics right back Nathan Byrne We look at the latest FIFA statement regarding contract extensions and transfer deadlines. Nathan Byrne picks his Latics 5-a-side team, chats Reece James, playoff games, 16 minute hat-tricks and much more We give a shout out to Latics Community wh…
 
Episode 271: This week Mike, J.R. and Mike Allen welcome Tommy McNamara to the show. Together they talk about the highlights of the midfielders career and how he’s trying to keep sharp. Then the guys listen to an interview Anton Tinnerholm did with the media last week updating everyone on how he and his family are coping with the pandemic.…
 
Baby giraffes? Organic bamboo scissors? Superman? Since we now have to learn how to tele ski and shoot a tele video (we’ll explain in the episode), we’re crowdsourcing a crash course in what we need to know to avoid embarrassing and / or killing ourselves. So here in Part 1, we solicited the best tips and advice from artist and telemarker, Geoff Mc…
 
Seeing mountain gorillas in the wild is one of the rarest and most inspiring wildlife experiences on the planet. There is an immediate bond, a sense of connection. When you look a mountain gorilla in the eye, you see yourself reflected back. Follow Praveen Moman, one of the world's leading conservationists, into the Virunga Mountains of Rwanda in s…
 
We’re back with another episode of the long running Latics Podcast, Adam joins Barry to discuss the latest goings on with the affect off the lock down on the EFL and in particular Wigan Athletic, We look back at three great games from the first week in April from 2003, 2014 and 2016. Amr Zaki turned 35 on the 1st April and we have two great guests …
 
Epsiode 270: This week’s episode features an interview with the first ever NYCFC Superdraft pick, Khiry Shelton. The 26 year old player talks about his memories from his time with the club and the challenges he’s faced in his career that has helped him develop into the role he holds today under Peter Vermes at Sporting Kansas City.…
 
We all probably need more Caite Zeliff in our lives. (And if you didn’t already know this, you definitely need to listen to this conversation.) Caite is a former ski racer turned big mountain skier. She won the first ever Kings & Queens of Corbet’s competition in 2018, then won again in 2019, then was on the podium this past year. She’s filmed with…
 
In this episode, we sit down with John McCloskey who guides both in Alaska and North Georgia. John specializes in spay fishing and swinging streamers for monster fish and in this podcast we talk about John’s introduction to flyfishing, how he has grown as a guide, what he has learned from teaching other guides, and how he got his face on one of Swe…
 
Episode 269: The MLS season remains on hold, hopefully only until mid-May, but the guys from Blue City Radio continue to try and help fill your days in isolation. This week Mike, J.R. and Mike Allen welcome former NYCFC midfielder and defender to the show to get his insights on soccer development in the United States and to hear some of his best st…
 
As part of our Up & Coming Series, we had intended to talk to Isaac Freeland, because he is a very good skier and he was definitely on his way up. But then Isaac threw us a curve ball by not only winning the 2020 Freeride World Tour Rookie of the Year award… he went and won the whole thing. So even if “Up & Comer” now feels like a bit of an underst…
 
In 1999, Jamie Catto and his partner Duncan Bridgeman set off on a round the world journey to make an album and DVD that would be a snapshot of humanity at the turn of the millenium. The result, 1 Giant Leap, was nominated for a Grammy and received huge critical acclaim and more than one top 10 single. Travel with Jamie as he tells the story of tha…
 
The issue of African wildlife conservation is very complex and difficult. There are many factors that have to be considered, some of them are literally a matter of life and death. All that immersed in a highly emotional atmosphere. This subject is infinitely interesting to me. So, today I am delighted to bring you my conversation with biologist, br…
 
Episode 268: Following the loss to Columbus in week one of the MLS Season NYCFC head coach, Ronny Deila, commented on how he hoped he could have gotten back on the field in three days to get the bad feeling out of his head. Sadly after conceding a goal in the last minute of play last week in Harrison, NJ, Deila and the boys in blue will have to wai…
 
This past weekend, something happened that has never happened in the history of resort skiing: in the span of 12 hours, most ski areas abruptly suspended operations. So on our latest #blisterpodcast, we talked to veteran ski industry reporter, Jason Blevins of the Colorado Sun, about the COVID-19 pandemic and the historic mass closure of ski areas.…
 
Parenting and Social Media can be a tricky thing to balance. Stephanie Cornstreet does a beautiful job of doing it. I’ve been following her for the past few months and I just had to sit down her. This one made me think and question if I’d make a good parent in the modern age. Follow Kent on social media: Instagram Twitter Follow Molly Erdman on Twi…
 
Bobby Brown is one of the best slopestyle and big-air comp skiers of all time, but he’s currently focused on finding out what he’s capable of in the backcountry. So I talked to Bobby about his trajectory; the art of landings, air awareness, and making mid-air adjustments; who he most enjoys watching these days; what’s next for him; and more. TOPICS…
 
Last week at our monthly Blister Speaker Series at Western Colorado University, in Gunnison, Tommy Caldwell spoke in front of a packed auditorium about speed climbing & setting the speed record on the Nose with Alex Honnold; strength vs. experience; how he focuses on climbing projects while also having more disparate responsibilities than ever; and…
 
We talk to IFMGA / AMGA mountain guide, Rob Coppolillo (author of The Mountain Guide Manual and the new book, The Ski Guide Manual) about how he got into guiding; the current state of backcountry and avalanche education; his take on the pros and cons of avalanche airbag packs; the fundamental question of the most effective way to travel in the back…
 
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