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The Powell Movement Action Sports Podcast

This podcast is creating a living history of action sports on a weekly basis. Think ski, snowboard, skate, bike, behind the scenes players, musicians, and more.... It has all the players and gets you the details you won't find anywhere else.
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Jun 21, 2021

While Matt Peterson is the current VP of Woodward Tahoe, Boreal and Soda Springs, he’s done it all in the world of snowboarding.  During his pro riding days, he competed in the X Games, filmed with Warren Miller and others, had the sponsors, and did the travel.  He then went on to help start Academy Snowboards and used his marketing genius to help make the brand an instant success.  And while Matt keeps moving up to bigger and better corporate jobs--in his heart, he will always be that passionate rider, fighting to build meaningful community and he’s doing just that—with Woodward budgets.

Matt Peterson Show Notes:

3:00: Vashon, his dad’s ski industry history, 5 kids, and moving to Wisconsin

7:00:  Snowboarding, his crew, Chad Otterstrom, and Rad Air

14:00:  Being sponsored by brands he wanted to, Hood, and getting in trouble on the hill

21:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

Alpine Vans:  Upgrade your adventure, Upgrade your life

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

23:00:  Music in MN, lone wolf, finishing HS early, and moving to Colorado

33:00:  Winning contests, X Games, Salomon, and Random Snowboards

37:00:  Academy Snowboards

39:30: Peter Glenn Ski and Sports:  Getting you outside for over 70 years

Rollerblade:  Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program

41:00:  Why Academy was successful, talent spotting, and money

48:00:  What snowboarding was, going back to school, and starting an agency

55:00:  Woodard investing in the youth, setting a Guinness Record, and winning awards

64:00:  Inappropriate Questions with David Amirault

Jun 14, 2021

Rory Bushfield is known for living dangerously.  He’s part reckless, part calculated, and always fun.  Even on this podcast, not many people live a life close to as spontaneous and adventurous as the life of Rory Bushfield.  His risks and adventures have created notoriety, respect, money, and a whole lot of loss.  We talk about it all on Part 2 of Bushy’s Podcast and Trennon Paynter asks the “Inappropriate Questions” to close it out and they don’t disappoint.

Rory Bushfield Show Notes:

3:00: Stunts part 2, Level 1, and how he is portrayed in movies

12:00:  MSP, McConkey, JP Auclair, and what he sucks at

20:45:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

22:45:  Rossignol, money, blow it if you got it, getting hurt with friends, and more injuries

33:00:  The K2 Back 9, best results, and getting into flying

39:30: Peter Glenn Ski and Sports:  Getting you outside for over 70 years

Rollerblade:  Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program

41:00:  The progression of flight, Sarah Burke, and dealing with loss

49:00: Nitro Circus, Reality TV on Splash, and other shows

59:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Trennon Paynter

Jun 7, 2021

Rory Bushfield is known for living dangerously.  Yeah, he’s a pro skier, but the risk factor seems to come from everything else in life that he does.  Rory started out as the kid who was always getting hurt, but he was also the kid who, cast or not, would crush you in the moguls.  He was the JR Olympic Mogul Champion and he quit his Olympic path or the park, pipe, and video parts.  In part 1 of this hilarious podcast, we talk about his stunts, money, LCP, death, pressure, and a lot more.

Rory Bushfield Show Notes:

3:00: Panama Canal, were his parents dangerous, and Balzac, Alberta

12:00:  Is there family money in the Bushfield Family, getting hurt as a kid, always being a little hurt, and skiing

16:00:  Soccer, skiing and having to pick one, taking trains to ski, and being tall for a skier

20:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

22:45:  Freestyle program, internet school through getting beat up by a girl, and backyard set ups

28:00:  Not getting caught, Loose Cannon Playas, CKY2K influence, and stunts

32:30:  Peer influence, does losing people slow you down, Trennon Payner

34:00:  What does the US Team do for him, moving out of the house at 16, and filming

42:00: Peter Glenn Ski and Sports:  Getting you outside for over 70 years

Rollerblade:  Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program

44:00:  Smoking weed and getting a spot to the X Games, and Jr Olympic Champion

52:00: The World Cup, Sponsors, and did he ever have to work?

56:00:  Not making finals at X-Games and pressure

60:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Mason Mashon

May 31, 2021

Shane Anderson was a key personality and image when skiing needed it the most, in the mid to late 90’s.  While Shane had the Rockstar look, it was his tricks and the company he kept that thrust him to the forefront of the ski industry.  Part early big mountain guy and part new schooler, Shane rolled with the innovators of the sport until injuries got in the way.  On the podcast, we talk skiing, the Tahoe crew, Hollywood, and making documentary films.

Shane Anderson Show Notes:

3:00:  Getting the Keys to the City of Olympia, growing up in Olympia and finding skiing on his own

9:00: Champion Archer, the Olympia music scene, and being the shy kid

13:00:  When does the Shane look start, College in Tahoe and the Tahoe scene

17:00:  Filming with CP, skiing with legends, progression, and competitiveness

22:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

25:00:  Sponsors, money, contests, and the state of the industry

30:00:  Meeting Skogen Sprang and Evan Raps, CR, and the train jump

39:00:  Chapter 3, Poor Boyz, first X-Games, and the party mentality of back then

43:00:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Rollerblade:  Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program

44:30:  His marketability, the 2000 X-Games injury, and blowing his knee over and over

52:00:  Leaving K2, The Real-World Tahoe, becoming an actor

58:00:  Trying to re-find his identity, getting hooked on a fishing trip, leaving LA, going to college to study fish, and making documentaries.

65:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Kent Kreitler

May 24, 2021

Alex Hall has the world in the palm of his hands.  In only a few years, Alex has gone from an up-and-coming Swiss kid to arguably the best American Slopestyle skier... What's different about Alex is his basketball player height and the hunger he brings to the table.  The best part about Alex is that he is a throwback…  He’s the X Games Gold winner in Real Ski, in Slopestyle, and in Big Air but he always makes sure that he’s filming for something.  And he's just getting started.

Alex Hall Show Notes:

3:00:  Comparing winning Real Ski to a X Games Slopestyle, who is his top 3 in Real Ski, and the Tanner controversy

10:00:  Growing up European, dual passports, and his parents

16:00:  Soccer, skiing and having to pick one, taking trains to ski, and being tall for a skier

21:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

22:45:  Events as a grom, who he looks up to, and the EU vs US parks

27:00:  Newschoolers, moving to the US, The Winter School, and the US Ski Team

34:00:  What does the US Team do for him, moving out of the house at 16, and filming

40:45: Peter Glenn Ski and Sports:  Getting you outside for over 70 years

Rollerblade:  Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program

42:00:  Why urban, what do sponsors care about, contracts, and sponsors

52:00:  Not doing well his first couple years on the world cup and X games, his first win in Switzerland, and having a healthy career.

56:00:  The road to the Olympics, the Olympic experience, and 2022

61:00:  Winning X Games, stadium events,

65:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Joss Christensen

May 17, 2021

Jason Hines has spent his entire career behind the scenes building events and he has been responsible for some of the biggest action sports events in the world and beyond, and he’s put out fires at all of them.  I’m talking Red Bull, X Games, ASA Entertainment, and more. ….but he’s so much more than that.  On the podcast, we talk about race throughout his life, inline skating in the ’90s in South Florida, all the events, Red Bull, and more.

Jason Hines Show Notes:

3:00:  Your experience with racism, wrestling, and college for a semester

15:00:  Welcome to Miami, inline skating, working at Fritz’s, and finding Franky Morales

23:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

Rollerblade: Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

26:00:  Taking a leadership role at events, almost building ramps at X Games, and running the ASA Am Circuit

30:00:  Growth within the ASA, more race, the LG days, and what he did day-to-day/event day

42:30: Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan skis:  Making the best ski 75 years

44:00:  Why inline is out of the X Games, starting Mix Ride Media and taking over the X Games

54:00:  Back to ASA, getting laid off, and finding Red Bull in 2010

58:00:  Red Bull events, the old Red Bull, and the product.

65:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Chris Fowler

May 10, 2021

Damian Sanders is arguably the first and last real rockstar in the world of snowboarding.  He’s one of those riders who had an image that the whole sport could be marketed on.  From his look to the way he rode, to how he partied, to his entourage, if you saw Damian out, you wouldn’t think he was a snowboarder.  He was larger than life and defined 'go big or go home' on and off snow.  On the podcast, we talk about coming up punk/new wave, Tahoe, Palmer, Farmer, Plake, cars, money, and more.  It’s a fun chat with a true living legend.

Damian Sanders Show Notes:

3:00:  Monster Stage, growing up in a huge family, and no rules as a BMX kid

10:00:  Moving to Tahoe at 16, school with Palmer, Avalanche Snowboards, Soda Springs event, and his sense of fashion.

21:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

23:45:  Hardboots, Glen Plake, Sponsorship, and marrying a Penthouse Pet

34:00:  Photo shoots,  and Pet of the Year

41:45: Peter Glenn Ski and Sports:  Getting you outside for over 70 years

Rollerblade:  Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program

43:00:  Fall Line Films, hurry up and wait, and wakeboarding

49:00:  Farmer, knee injury, milking snowboarding, throwing parties, and the party that sent him to jail

73:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Todd Richards and Mark Fawcett

May 3, 2021

Rory Silva was a child prodigy and one of my favorites…. He was this talented kid, who had a really unique style, and was progressive. What he didn’t have was the assertiveness, ambition, and guidance to become a household name in skiing….But he still had a huge impact on the skiers of his era. On the podcast we talk about weed, video parts gone wrong, diabetes, and more...

Rory Silva Show Notes:

3:00:  Weed, growing up in Mammoth, tattoos, and his living set up during covid

15:00: Ski racing, Glen Plake, and getting skis from K2

17:00: Diabetes and weed

24:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

Rollerblade: Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program 

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

26:45:   Bad eating habits, travel, contests, X Games, and nerves

35:00:   Who was his crew in Mammoth, his WSki-106 part, career guidance, and the K2 Team he was on

43:30:   Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan Skis: Making the best ski 75 years

45:00:  9th Ward Skis, money, and injuries

49:00:   His look, Deadabetic edits, Kevin Malone question and Superpark     

60:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Andy Mahre

Apr 26, 2021

Tim Petrick has had a pretty epic ski career. From ski instruction, to the PSIA Demo Team, to Powder Magazine, to Aspen, to K2, to Booth Creek, to K2, to Rossignol, to K2, to Silverton……  You get the idea, Tim has done it all and most of it, at the corporate executive level….  But Tim Petrick is not your typical exec, he's a ski bum at heart and this podcast is a testament to how much this dude loves to ski. 

Tim Petrick Show Notes:

3:00:  Skipping work to ski, growing up in MN and NY, and wanting to be a skier for a living as a kid

10:00:  Going to college near Stowe, PSIA Demo Team, and the end of Stowe

17:00:  Snowbird, Bear Valley, Aspen, and endurance sports

23:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off sitewide with the code drinkfast

Rollerblade:  Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

26:00:  Powder Magazine, Olin Skis, and round 1 with K2.

27:00:  Dealing with a shift in production and laying people off

42:15:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan skis:  Making the best ski 75 years

44:00:  The 90’s K2 Grateful Dead Collection, The K2 Four, and leaving K2 when they are on fire

54:00:  Booth Creek, K2 again, Markovich, leaving for Rossignol, and the S7 days

62:00:  Replacing DeRocco and heart attack in the mountains

65:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Anonymous

Apr 19, 2021

John Collinson’s upbringing was different than most of my guests.  He grew up in a closet with his older sister and didn’t do many things that most kids do.  However, what he did experience was unfathomable, summiting Rainier at 4 years old, summiting Everest at 17, and so much more.  On the podcast, we talk about how he went from the closet to his sister's shadow, to pro skier, to social media influencer known for his incredible body.  Angel Collinson asks the ‘Inappropriate Questions’ in this do not miss episode.

John Collinson Show Notes:

3:00:  His body, a tale of two people, and growing up in Snowbird employee housing

10:00:  Growing up hiking skiing, setting goals, summers on the road, and learning the mountains young

15:00:  What he didn’t have growing up, the freedom of skiing for them as kids, and being the weird kid at school

20:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

Rollerblade:  Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program 

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

22:30:  Quit racing and found the skatepark, setting his goals of Everest and JR Freeide Tour, and finding a mentor in the mountains

27:00:  Everest on the cheap, problems with other groups, and the 7 Summits

37:00:  Increasing his value, winning the JR Tour and Angel winning the FWT

42:15:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan skis:  Making the best ski 75 years

44:00:  Sherpas, getting in with TGR, and Red Bull Cold Rush

52:00:  The Faction Collective. Filming with MSP, sponsors, and money

54:00:  Injuries, social media, and Ski Mountaineering

59:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Angel Collinson

Apr 12, 2021

Kent Kreitler is a living legend and TGR Hall of Famer.  He’ll be remembered as the skier who helped bring tricks to the backcountry but he was so much more than that.  He was part of an elite crew of skiers that pioneered big mountain skiing in Alaska….the generation that lived fast and took chances.  In part two of his podcast, we talk about the Tahoe years, filming with the Standard Crew, the terrain park on 215’s, the X Games, sponsors, money, and more….

Kent Kreitler Show Notes:

6:00:  Greg Harms, moving to Tahoe, Punk influence, and health in the party days

16:00:  New Zealand, K2, and pushing for change in different areas of the industry

22:00:  Rollerblade: Find out all about the award-winning Skate to Ski program

Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

24:30:  Boards in Motion Magazine, developing ski technology, Team Venom, and money

33:30:  X Games medals and big air, and two knee injuries (one major one in AK)

41:30:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan skis:  Making the best ski 75 years

43:00:  K2 > Rossignol > Blizzard, Coombs death, and Switzerland

50:30:  Retirement, ski hero’s, risk, and McConkey death

60:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Kristen Ulmer

Apr 5, 2021

Kent Kreitler is a living legend--He’ll be remembered as the skier who helped bring tricks to the backcountry, but he was so much more than that.  He was part of an elite crew of skiers that pioneered big mountain skiing in Alaska….the generation that lived fast and took chances.  In Part one of his podcast, we talk about moving to Idaho at 10 from Jersey, skiing in South America, winning the US Extreme’s, McConkey, Coombs, and much more…..

Kent Kreitler Show Notes:

3:00:  The last podcast, Jersey to KC to having Wall Street wired to his Idaho home

10:00:  Lane Parish, race team days, parents split up, and the Community School

15:00:  Sun Valley history, doing photo shoots in HS, and quitting racing

20:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

22:30:  Different kinds of pressure, tricks in comps, University of Colorado, and meeting Shane

27:00:  First trip to South America, realizing he could be a pro skier, and pissing off Nick Nixon

32:00:  Winning the US Extreme’s, Jackson with Coombs, dropping out of school and filming with MSP and TGR

41:00:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan skis:  Making the best ski 75 years

42:30:  Movie crews, focusing on 1 movie segment, and hurry up and wait

52:00:  Corked 7’s on 215’s and grabbing his skis wasn’t cool and different trips

59:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Mike Jaquet

Mar 29, 2021

Maude Raymond was born to be a champion athlete.  Her dad was a former motocross pro, her uncle part of the Canadian Ski Team, and her brother, one of the innovators when it comes to rails.  Maude’s first chance at athletic greatness was on the Canadian National Diving Team, which she eventually quit to move to Whistler and pursue a skiing career.  Things happened fast, and Maude and I talk everything from being a woman in the industry to helicopter crashes, to over 20 knee surgeries, and so much more.  Don’t miss this one, as Maude has a lot to say.

Maude Raymond Show Notes:

3:00:  Dogs, Vans, and born to be a skier

8:00:  Diving, skiing, lack of results, style, and moving to Whistler

17:00:  Atomic and blowing both knees

21:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off sitewide with the code drinkfast

Glade Optics:  Get 10% off with the code TPM10

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers; they support action sports more than anyone

23:30:  Getting dropped by Atomic, meeting me, Armada, and her personal brand and style

32:45:  Weedmaps.com  Weed question and ad

34:40:  Her JF Cusson Olympic blunder

41:15:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan Skis:  Making the best ski 75 years

42:30:  Money, and injuries, Mexican jails, necrosis, helicopter crashes, and Maude rants

62:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Anna Segal

Mar 22, 2021

Jack Mitrani is truly a Jack of all trades when it comes to great gigs in snowboarding.  He was a pro rider who always had a chance of making the finals, he was part of an all-time snowboard crew, he had a headphone brand, he created content for a music festival, and today, he’s the face of the X Games.  On the podcast we talk about moving to Mammoth young, the Frends Crew, Shaun White, going from athlete to talent, and a lot more…It’s a good one.

Jack Mitrani Show Notes:

4:30:  Hurting his knee partying, knee pain after the injury, and getting injected with nano particles livinagain.com

13:00:  Growing up in Long Island, snowboarding, moving to Vermont, and moving to Mammoth

21:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

23:00:  Realizing Luke was better, the Frends Crew, and his best contest day

28:00:  Sponsors, creating content, Shaun White

33:00:  Sims, and the Greenland trip, and the most famous photo in snowboarding

39:00:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Glade Optics:  Get 10% off with the code TPM10

40:30:  Luke gets hurt, healthy, getting on the microphone

45:00:  Becoming the face of the X-Games and new sponsorships.

53:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Luke Mitrani,

55:00:  Weedmaps.com  Weed question and ad

Mar 15, 2021

Bo Bridges’ amazing photography career started with the “new-school” movement in skiing.  Back then, Bo was just out of college, moved to Vail, and did whatever he could to break into the world of photography…. his drive, combined with his all-important hustle and business savvy created the path to being one of, if not the most, successful action sports photographer of our time.  On the podcast we talk about photography, Seth Morrison, Tom Cruise, Dr. Dre, Freeze Magazine, and a whole lot more.  Another do not miss episode.

Bo Bridges Show Notes:

3:00:  Is he a gnarly mountain dude, shooting in the elements, and scary situations

7:00:  Air Force Brat, Switzerland, and snowboarding

13:30:  Finding photography, college rugby and aerial photography

20:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

Glade Optics:  Get 10% off with the code TPM10

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

23:00:  1 month in Vail, losing the dream job at the Vail Daily and cutting his teeth processing film

34:00:  Realizing how to make money in photography, athlete relationships, teaching skiers how to surf, and getting his images into mainstream media

40:15: Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan skis:  Making the best ski 75 years

41:30:  Cary Hart Backflip at Gravity Games, moving to California, and Hard Rock Rehab shoots

49:00:  Pussycat Dolls, Jimmy Iovine, the Easter of a lifetime, and Dr. Dre

54:00:  Tom Cruise, and stunts

64:00:  Weedmaps.com  Weed question and ad

66:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Freeze Magazine.  You can buy their hoodies and T’s at Freezemerch.com and proceeds go to The Shane McConkey Foundation and Alpine Initiatives.

Mar 8, 2021

TJ Schiller was a huge name in the world of ski slopestyle in the 2000s.  He was a dominant force who brought many firsts to the table at a time when learning tricks was riskier, but the reward seemed to be a lot more.  TJ’s career is basically 2 parts, healthy TJ and then injured TJ and we talk about what happened in between on the podcast…the come up, the overnight fame, the travel, the money, the pain, x-games gold, and a whole lot more.  Another DO NOT MISS episode. 

TJ Schiller Show Notes:

3:00:  Coaching, the transition to civilian, and more coaching

13:30:  Family life, moving to Vernon, skiing, and culture

21:00 :  Stanley:  Get 30% off sitewide with the code drinkfast

Glade Optics:  Get 10% off with the code TPM10

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

22:30:  Individual sport, WSI, and getting on Armada through a god moment

29:30:  Getting ski famous overnight at the US Open, going to Europe, confidence, and pressure

40:00:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan Skis:  Making the best ski 75 years

41:45:  Complaining to judges, leaving Armada for Coreupt, other sponsors, and money

50:00:  The ski fraternity

52:00:  Weedmaps.com Weed question and ad

54:00:  The X-Games, best trick Gold, his first knee injury, and Slopestyle Gold

59:00:  Video parts, the never-ending knee saga that keeps him skiing, and Coreupt again

68:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Josh Bibby

Mar 1, 2021

Mark Fawcett is a legend in Canada and in snowboarding period.  One of the true OG’s in the sport, Mark still finds himself in the trenches of a sport that has created his amazing lifestyle for the past 30 plus years.  On the podcast, we talk about the beginning of snowboarding in his part of Canada, being the first-ever snowboard Academy kid, riding with Jeremy Jones, filming with the Jones’, his infamous photo, his Olympic tragedy in Nagano, and a whole lot more.  This one is a history lesson with one of the best. 

Mark Fawcett Show Notes:

3:00:  Ross winning the gold

8:00:  Weedmaps.com  Weed question and ad

10:00:  Growing up in New Brunswick, ski racing, and seeing snowboarding for the first time

15:00:  Getting his first snowboard, rowing, getting into CVA

21:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

23:30:  Snowboarding camaraderie, New England Cup, specialization, and The Cross-M Team

32:00:  Staying in the states, K2, being small, and changing personality over time

33:00:  Sims, and the Greenland trip, and the most famous photo in snowboarding

42:00: Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Glade Optics:  Get 10% off with the code TPM10

41:30:  Working with Chris Prior, on fire in contests, and TGR

48:00:  Press leading up to the Olympics, crushing the Olympic training, equipment malfunction, and the aftermath

60:00:  The sport is changing, continuing his snowboard career outside of competition, and coaching

70:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Tyler Turner

Feb 22, 2021

Reggie Crist is the oldest member of the legendary skiing family, The Crists.  Being the first child, who excelled at everything, Reggie was treated differently and had all the opportunities in the world, minus his late start to ski racing.  That didn’t slow Reggie down and on the podcast, we talk about the Olympic days on race skis, X-Games gold years, and we bring it to today and the fat skis Reggie finds himself on with his Stellar Adventures.  Another legendary dude, another amazing podcast

Reggie Crist Show Notes:

3:00:  Grateful Dead connection, Lawyers, and growing up with privilege

10:00:  Moving to Sun Valley, ski racing, and willing himself to be the best, his way

16:00:  His foundation, his travel, and random thoughts

20:30:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

Glade Optics:  Get 10% off with the code TPM10

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

22:30:  Making the US Ski Team, South America, an average racing career, and the Olympics

30:00:  Weedmaps.com  Weed question and ad

31:30:  World Cup, UC Santa Barbara, kayaking with the best founding Equator Productions

40:15:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan Skis:  Making the best ski 75 years

41:45:  Early AK, Skier Cross, and X Games Gold with Zach in Silver

48:00:  Money, Atomic, working with me at K2, and getting serious about his avalanche education

59:00:  Stellar Adventures

56:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Zach Crist

Feb 15, 2021

Troy Michels has spent 2 decades behind the scenes in the world of action sports working with the endemic and non-endemic brands who make things happen in sport.  Born and raised in the Midwest, Troy has always been a go-getter and we talk about how he quit snowboarding to ski, landed an internship with America’s ski brand, and parleyed that to jobs with Universal, Aspen, and Target before starting his own thing over at Resqwater.  We talk about the players, the events, the activations, and more on the podcast. 

Troy Michels Show Notes:

3:00:  Snowboarding, Minnesota, and switching to skiing

11:00:  High North Ski Camp, immersing himself in the ski world and phone calls from Szochs

16:00:  Getting a K2 internship, Fitch, and his poster

21:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

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10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

23:30:  Universal Studios, being courted by Aspen at 21 years old, and timing of X Games

30:00:  Oakley, back to Aspen, and then dating into Target

33:00:  Building Target

40:00:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan skis:  Doing it for 75 years

41:30:  Synergies, Shaun White Properties, and hospitality

48:00:  Weedmaps.com  Weed question and ad

59:00:  The Don of Target, Midwestern values, and Resqwater

63:00:  Inappropriate Questions

Feb 8, 2021

Josh Bibby is one of those standout Canadian skiers who made his way to the pro rankings via the competition circuit and spent some time on the bubble of the slopestyle scene and then left that all in the rear-view mirror to film for video parts.  The thing that really sets Josh apart from the rest, aside from his style, is his amazing, funny personality and antics.  On the podcast we talk about coming up in moguls, the Vernon crew, working with me, sponsors, money, firefighting, and a whole lot more. 

Josh Bibby Show Notes:

3:00:  A Bibby sense of humor, stag parties, and growing up in Vernon

12:00:  The Bibby’s, history at Silver Star, mogul program, the people that come out of Vernon

20:15:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

Glade Optics:  Get 10% off with the code TPM10

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

23:00:  Twin Tips, turning down the BC Mogul Team, inverts, and WSI

30:00:  The 2004 US Open, Josh Dueck, 4th at WSI Big Air and living in his car

37:30:  Weedmaps Question and Ad  

39:00:  K2 deal, competition guy, and what happened at contests

43:00:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Over 60 years of living the outdoors

Elan Skis:  Always Good Times on the Ripstix 106

45:00:  Jon Olsson Invitational, sponsors, and pro models

52:00:  The end of pro skiing and being a Fireman

57:30:  Inappropriate Questions with TJ Schiller

Jan 29, 2021

Shannon Dunn-Downing was the first dominant woman in the world of snowboard halfpipe and another absolute living legend.  Shannon rode everything and learned tricks at a time when there weren’t many pipes or jumps to practice on. If that wasn’t enough, Shannon was also responsible for not only building a new sport, but also blazing a path for women in this new sport…Another do not miss episode!!!

Shannon Dunn-Downing Show Notes:

3:00: Making Dave Downing’s snowboard career

5:00:  Weedmaps.com  Weed question and ad

9:30:  More Dave, money and  equality

24:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off sitewide with the code drinkfast

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

26:00: Growing up in Chicago, rink life, gymnastics, and moving to Steamboat Springs

31:00: Skiing, finding snowboarding, and quitting skiing forever

35:00: High School prankster, contests, and getting her big break on a road trip

43:30: ISF title years, dropping out of school,

Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Glade Optics:  Get 10% off with the code TPM10

45:00:  Finding god, her faith, and what happens with Morrow

54:00:  Finding Tina, Air and Style, Boarding for Breast Cancer and the Beastie Boys

63:00:  Leaving Sims, her pro model saga, and Burton pro model drama

70:00:  The 98 Olympics, the 2002 Olympics, and ending her snowboard career on her own terms    

77:00:  Tara Dakides and Inappropriate Questions with Barrett Christy

Jan 25, 2021

Tanner Hall is a name that needs no introduction to those who know snow.  Tanner rose to fame as a little kid in the late 90’s, when he started collecting X-Games medals.  Nowadays, at 38, Tanner spends his time competing on the Freeride World Tour, filming for his personal projects, and, most recently, shooting for X-Games Real Snow/tearing his achilles.  We talk about it all on the podcast…It’s another DO NOT MISS episode with another living legend….

Tanner Hall Show Notes:

3:00:  Early Season, Mt Baker, urban trips, and X games real snow

14:00:  GED, getting hurt, quick turnaround for surgery, and insurance.

16:00:  Getting into skiing, racing, Sugar Bowl Academy, and quitting race

24:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

Glade Optics:  Get 10% off with the code TPM10

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

26:30:  How hard he works, his movie Forever, and bringing CP back into the mix

33:00:  CP funds the project, selling a feeling, burning bridges, and Forever story line  

41:30:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

Elan skis:  Doing it for 75 years

43:00:  The same old story, Freeride World tour, pressure, and delivering while hurt in Japan

54:15:  Weedmaps.com Weed question and ad

59:00:  Nicotine, and getting high again

63:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Rory Silva

Jan 18, 2021

The name Isaac Freeland is not one most people know in skiing, which is a shame. Isaac was named ‘Rookie of the Year’ for the Freeride World Tour in 2020.  What’s more impressive than that is that he’s also the overall Freeride World Tour Champion—Holy Crap!!  And, between almost not making the tour on his last attempt, his allergies, being an only child, ski racing, and more, it makes for an awesome listen. 

Isaac Freeland Show Notes:

3:00:  Showing up in Verbier and finding out he won

8:00:  Weedmaps.com  Weed question and ad

10:00:  Growing up in San Diego as an only child, Parkour, allergies, and epi-pens

16:00:  Getting into skiing, racing, Sugar Bowl Academy, and quitting race

23:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

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10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

25:00:  The freeride program, competing, and who does he look up to

31:00:  Rare Injuries, college, and trying to be “pro”

38:00:  Almost making the tour, 1 final year to qualify for the FWT, and a life changing win

41:30:  COAL Headwear  Use the code powell15 for 15% off

Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

43:15:  The FWT live stream, what are the changes on this level, and his mentality and panic attacks

45:00:  The events, the podiums, prize money and sponsors

53:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Jonnie Merrill

Jan 11, 2021

Before people were talking about women in skiing, Kim Reichhelm was the woman in skiing.  From racing on the US Ski Team, to filming with Greg Stump, to creating the K2 women’s program, Kim has been ahead of her time and she’s done things in a way that only she can pull off.  On the podcast, we talk about losing toes, making the US Ski Team, getting kicked off the ski team, and becoming the first woman of extreme skiing….It’s another DO NOT MISS Episode with a living legend.

Kim Reichhelm Show Notes:

3:00:  Injury, Menopause, Covid and skiwithkim.com

13:00:  Losing her big toe, dyslexia, and crushing it on the playground and horseback riding

18:00:  Privilege, Skiing, and SMS

22:00:  Stanley:  Get 30% off sitewide with the code drinkfast

Glade Optics:  Use the code TMP10 for 10% off

10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

24:30:  Seeking her dad’s approval, winning races, and making the team

30:30:  What sucked about the US Team, getting kicked off the team, and not making the Olympics

40:30:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports: Keeping it real for over 60 years

Elan Skis:  75 Years of Good Times

42:30:  Bad attitude with college, turning it around for an NCAA Championship, and classes and internships that made a difference

49:00:  The pro tour, behind the mic, and finding a rad crew in Tahoe and proving herself

57:00:  The challenges of filming, Extreme skiing contests, Crested Butte and gender

65:00:  Inappropriate Questions with HP Featherman

67:00:  Weedmaps Question of the Day and Ad

Jan 4, 2021

Ross Rebagliati was the first-ever gold medalist in Olympic snowboarding.  He was also the first Olympian to have his medal taken away and given back.  Instead of being a blessing, the Olympic Medal ended up being a curse for Ross.  On the podcast, we talk about how the biggest triumph of his life turned into a series of wrong turns--for a guy who should be a household name.  It’s an interesting one with an athlete who was wronged, but he's also an athlete who never really helped himself.

Ross Rebagliati Show Notes:

6:00:  Skiing, Palmer, and ski racing

18:00:  Craig Kelly, Burton, racing, and snowboard goals

24:45:  10 Barrel Brewery:  Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

Glade Optics:  Enter the code TPM to get 10% off

Stanley:  Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

22:30:  Partying when he moved to Whistler, The World Cup Tour, winning the Mt Baker Banked Slalom

33:30:  The end of Burton, F2 Snowboards, and finding out about the Olympics

38:00:  The beginning of the Olympic Curse, knee injury, and being without a team because of weed

47:30:  Getting on the Olympic team, the new tour, and the Canadian Team

47:30:  Peter Glenn Ski and Sports:  Over 60 years of getting you out there

Elan Skis:  75 Years of Good Times

49:00:  In the lead at the Olympics, what goes through your mind watching the rest of the field, and what happens when you win Olympic gold

55:00:  Instant Rockstar, being big in Japan, and things that happened leading up to the game and when does he realize there is trouble?

62:45:  Weedmaps 'Question of the Podcast' and Ad 

67:00:  Being a criminal gold medalist in Japan, his treatment by the IOC, and being a global story but not one that you can cash in on

74:00:  Quitting snowboard racing in 1999, living in a van down by the river for 2 years, and things falling apart in his late 20’s

80:00:  Timing is lining up for him to be the Canadian weed industry, his many ventures, and what I think he should do.

84:00:  Inappropriate Questions with Mark Fawcett

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