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Questions You Never Thought to Ask. Interviews with Whitewater Kayakers
62 minutes | Jan 21, 2022
#48 Ben Stookesberry on ECUADOR
I talked once again with expedition legend Ben Stookesberry about some of his recent adventuring in Ecuador, we barely scratched the surface on all the stuff we could have talked about and it was still a great podcast. Check it out!
30 minutes | Dec 23, 2021
#47 Adrian Mattern on KENYA
I caught up with Adrian Mattern about his recent trip doing First Descents in Kenya, with Dane, Bren and Czech powerhouses David Sodomoka. It sounded like a magical time!
30 minutes | Nov 5, 2021
#46 Cote Nord, Quebec First Descents Trip report. Ft Andrew Oxley and David Silk
2 Kayakers, 1 car, 1 week, 6 First descents. Pretty incredibly fruitful whitewater kayaking mission from Andrew Oxley and David Silk in the Cote Nord region of Quebec, Canada. Waterfalls flowing into the ocean with plenty of potential for return journeys and much much more to do up there. Check out our conversation of the trips highlights. And low lights.
32 minutes | Oct 15, 2021
#45 Save Our Rivers.org
Quick chat with Tom from SaveOurRivers.org about the river advocacy work they have been doing since 2013 and the ongoing work they are doing globally, what you can do to get involved and ideas about saving a river near you.
41 minutes | Aug 13, 2021
#44 Rush Sturges. The River Runner.
I AM SORRY THIS IS LATE. I had a tough time making my schedule and Rush's schedule line up but I think it is really worth the wait. I talk to Rush about his new film and did my best not to re-cover ground covered on The Hammer Factor Podcast last week. I hope you will enjoy it and hopefully progress will be back on for regularly scheduled programming now.
35 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
#43 Rory Atton
This week I chat with the founder of Dewerstone: Outdoor lifestyle, A UK based company that cares about the environment AND IS ACTUALLY DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT! We talk about all the things they are doing to make a difference for the environment and ways in which they are being (and leading) the change that they want to see in the world, as well as some ideas for what people can do in the future.
36 minutes | May 7, 2021
#42 Hayden Voorhees
Hayden Voorhees, younger brother of Alec Voorhees (ep 38) has a range of 100ft+ waterfalls under his belt, high-water decent of many rivers across Idaho and the north west, a formidable professional kayaker and just 21 yrs old. We mostly talk about some of his recent big water falling adventures and mis-adventures collecting some sweet second descents, his descent of Salto de Puma (115ft) in Chile and some general life stuff. He is a humble guy and one to watch in the future. Enjoy!
36 minutes | Apr 16, 2021
#41 Shannon Finch
This week I spoke with with Kokatat Brand manager Shannon Finch about overnight kayak trips, Avalanche Rescue Dogs, eating on the river and Kokatat's new Five Decade limited edition as well as some history on Kokatat from then until now.
42 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
#40 Adrian Mattern. Rd 2.
Red Bull Pro Kayaker Adrian Mattern, originally from Germany is currently based in Innsbruck, Austria. Along with Bren Orton he runs the SENDERS YouTube Channel and is a part of the SEND conglomerate with Bren, Dane Jackson and Kalob Grady. Adrian and I chat for the second time about lessons learned from suffering, scouting from instagram, biking and kayaking around Austria and the lessons learned from that trip. And finally I asked him questions submitted by Patreon Backers. If you want to ask questions of future guests, hear podcasts early and have interaction in future podcasts just like this trial run off Patron only Q+A's then go to Patreon.com/sethashworth
38 minutes | Feb 12, 2021
#39 Johnny Chase
Possibly the luckiest unlucky person I have ever spoken to, or at least that is how it seems at first. California pro Kayaker Johnny Chase runs us through some of his best mis-adventures and what the take aways are.
65 minutes | Jan 15, 2021
#38 Alec Voorhees
A Casual chit chat about whitewater kayaking with up and coming legend Alec Voorhees. We talk mistakes made, lessons learned, grown up kayaking in Idaho and of North Fork Championships.
77 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
#37 Sal Montgomery
Sal Montgomery is a UK based, pro kayaker, explorer and TV personality, best known for her TV expeditions with Steve Backshall in Bhutan and more recently in Russia. We chat about everything from expeditions, injuries and more.
8 minutes | Oct 30, 2020
#36 A small language change that had a big impact on me
Original blog can be found on www.sethashworth.co.uk/blogand as always if you want to support on Patreon and hear these episodes early you can do that at patreon.com/sethashworth
35 minutes | Sep 11, 2020
#35 Ben Marr's 30 hr solo expedition
I chat with Man, myth Legend Ben Marr on his recent 30 hr/almost 500km solo paddle in BC earlier this season. We talk route, nutrition, poop, preparation and more.
51 minutes | Aug 14, 2020
#34 FT James Pringle Bebbington on eating vegetables to improve your kayaking.
This Podcast had a rough start after I forgot to press record initially but thankfully Pringle was gracious enough to re-hash alot of our original conversation, regarding his starting in paddling, his journey to become 2011 Freestyle Kayak World Champion and how that journey was aided by his transition to eating a raw vegan diet. We then went on to talk about his more recent endeavours and journey within the plant based eating world and his new book "Juicing for Health and Performance" LINK BELOW https://payhip.com/b/Vxiw?fbclid=IwAR3LH0YYYoX8fZCVxsmes3rKpdEVSN-u3g4LC5d7mf1x2cKruOFJHqh0uh4
35 minutes | Jun 26, 2020
#33 Saving Slalom. FT Lois Betteridge
My quest to save Whitewater Kayaking meanders into the world of Slalom Kayaking this week and I chat with Canadian Olympic hopeful Lois Betteridge about what we can do for slalom and what it can do for us. And also how the current pandemic situation has affected pre-Olympic training plan, the opportunity that has created for more training and more.
37 minutes | Jun 5, 2020
#32 Increasing participation in Whitewater Kayaking. FT Anna Levesque
Saving Whitewater Kayaking keeps me awake at night and getting more people into our world is one route to saving it. This week I chat with Anna Levesque of MindBodyPaddle (formerly GirlsatPlay) on what we can do to work together to get more people involved. (Men and Women).
72 minutes | May 15, 2020
#31 Fear management. FT Benny Marr
Below is a link to the IG story we talk about in the podcast. https://www.sethashworth.co.uk/blog/2020/4/fear-management-podcast-supplement After an interesting talk with some friends about their fear level getting somewhat out of alignment with their ability level I did some thinking on the subject. Then it occurred to me that I has seen a great IG Story from someone who I consider to be somewhat fearless, or at least have a very good handle on it, mr Benny Marr. We talked through all the things that go into managing fear and a bit about how to detach and deal with it. I thought it was interesting. Hopefully you will too.
45 minutes | Apr 24, 2020
#30 How Information Technology is being used to help in Whitewater Kayaking
Have you ever used an app or webpage to get information on a river? Found a description, grade and maybe even a live gauge telling you if it will be good or not? Well this week I speak to a group of paddlers who help create and manage a variety of those resources. And as best as I can I try and get a handle on what you and I, the everyday, non computer programming kayaker can do to further these resources so that we can reduce the barriers to entry in our sport and get more people involved in it. Big shout out to Jonathon, Mike, Konstantin, Tim, Sergio, Logan and Toro for making time to talk with me. At times it was a bit disjointed but on the whole pretty good. If you want to see anymore of their work check out the following resources: https://www.it4paddlers.org https://www.rivermap.ch/map.html#sprache=en https://www.riverapp.net/en https://riverzone.eu https://github.com/jriddell/wheres-the-water http://www.whitewater-journal.com https://whitewater.guide https://www.andyjacksonfund.org.uk/ https://www.riverlog.info/
28 minutes | Mar 20, 2020
#29 Kayaking's Most Famous Drone Pilot ft Flow Motion Aerials
The drone pilot behind that one video of Dane Jackson that I am sure everyone in the kayaking world has seen by now, assuming they don't live under a rock. Link below incase you haven't. https://www.instagram.com/p/B8T3QAbHiKs/?utm_source=ig_web_button_share_sheet Rapha's story is pretty incredible, he is a fantastic kayaker who has successfully branched out into the aerial cinematography world and I think you will love listening to him. let me know what you think
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