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Best thelayback podcasts we could find (updated August 2020)
Best thelayback podcasts we could find
Updated August 2020
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In Episode 10 I interview Christopher Glastonbury, a Queensland climber and mechanical engineer, that describes himself as a trad climber that likes to boulder between rests. He lived, worked and climbed in Norway for 5 years, and has spent the past 2 years travelling around Australia and the US with his partner, a previous Lay Back guest - Ashlee …
 
In episode 9 of the Lay Back Podcast we feature Simon ‘Arnie’ Weill, a Victorian based climber known for his contributions to the development of bouldering in the Grampians. I had originally pegged Simon as a Boulderer that dabbles in a bit of Sport climbing, but Simon’s origins in climbing go back to early days climbing bluestone walls in Melbourn…
 
In Episode 8 I sit down with Andy Pollitt, originally from Wales, Andy emigrated to Australia in the early 90s after numerous trips down here for long stints at Arapiles. Andy grew up in North Wales and was the Rock Star of British climbing in the eighties, pushing standards with other climbers you may have heard of like Jerry Moffat and Martin ‘Ba…
 
In Episode 7 of the Lay Back Podcat, I sit down with David Reeve - Long time climber and president of the Australian Climbing Association of Queensland. Outside Dave’s long history of climbing and mountaineering, he’s amassed an array of experience as a botanist, an academic, an engineer, an entrepreneur and in his role at the ACAQ. I was eager to …
 
In Episode 7 of the Lay Back Podcat, I sit down with David Reeve - Long time climber and president of the Australian Climbing Association of Queensland. Outside Dave’s long history of climbing and mountaineering, he’s amassed an array of experience as a botanist, an academic, an engineer, an entrepreneur and in his role at the ACAQ. I was eager to …
 
In episode 6 I sit down in Natimuk with Olivia Page - freelance photographer, climber, bootstrapping adventurer, and Arc’Teryx ambassador. Olivia has been shooting adventure, travel and conservation for over a decade. We cover her stories from helicopter hunting in New Zealand, sailing around asia, dirtbagging in Arapiles, Federation peak in Tasman…
 
In episode 5 I interview Dr Ashlee Hendy, a Melbourne based climber who has been climbing in the Victorian scene for almost 20 years. Ashlee has carved out an academic career in exercise science and neuroscience, and is currently on a career break and as I write this, climbing her way across North America with her partner Chris and dog Lulu.Ashlee …
 
The Tokyo 2020 games are coming up fast, and in this episode I interview Olympic hopeful Lucy Stirling. She is one of Australia’s top competition climbers, and currently Oceanic lead champion. Lucy is from Brisbane, Queensland, and has been climbing since age 13. She quickly found success in competition climbing, taking her to multiple Youth World …
 
I sit down to record episode 3 of the Lay Back Podcast, with Simon Carter, of Onsight Photography - a name many Australian climbers would be familiar with, as it appears on the bookends of many an Australian climbing guidebook. Since the early 90s Simon has been producing climbing photography and is described by the editor of Rock and Ice Magazine …
 
On episode 2 of the Lay Back Podcast, I interview Neil Monteith in the Fallout shelter under his house in the Blue Mountains. Neil has been climbing for 27 years and has established more than 1000 new pitches of both sport and trad in Australia alone. We discuss his early beginnings climbing with an electrical cord and tow rope in Queensland in the…
 
On episode 1 of The Lay Back, I sit down with Kim Carrigan. Kim had a significant impact on climbing in the 70s and 80s, pushing standards and establishing some of the hardest routes of the time in Australia. He travelled extensively to world class crags in the US and Europe, challenging the status quo and climbing the hardest routes of the time. W…
 
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