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surf lakes podcast

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Podcast: Aaron Trevis on the state of Surf Lakes five years in

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Aaron Trevis has been tinkering away for well more than five years on Surf Lakes. He built small 1:25 and 1:10 prototypes of the plunger to see if the idea could work. It did. Fast forward to today and licensing has been fast with Surf Lakes selling territories in Hawaii, China, the US, and elsewhere. In all, the company says

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urbnsurf podcast

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Damon Tudor on the trials and challenges to Urbnsurf’s expansion

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Urbnsurf Melbourne has been open for a little more than one year. In that time the gates have been shut more often than open. By not pumping out waves to a happy public on the daily, their learning curve for building a thriving, profitable surf park has been incredibly steep. CEO Damon Tudor shares with us an accelerated master class

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jess ponting podcast

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Podcast: Viewing surfing through the lens of academia with Jess Ponting

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Jess Ponting relates his early days in Fiji and then working his way around the Pacific to San Diego. He ended up there for life becoming an Associate Professor at San Diego State University and is the Founder/Director of Center for Surf Research. He has an impressive resume: Dr. Jess Ponting is considered the leading academic and consultant in sustainable

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Daniel Lira Figueiredo

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How to create a wave pool in Norway

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The WavePoolMag podcast explores bringing a tank to Norway... I can picture Daniel Lira Figueiredo teaching volleyball on Ipanema Beach in Rio de Janeiro and wondering how these guys can fly in from Norway and enjoy such an amazing quality of life. So, being a man full of initiative he figured it out, jumped on a plane and moved to

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nick hounsfield podcast

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Podcast: Life at The Wave in Bristol with Nick Hounsfield

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Nick Hounsfield had a background in healthcare and is the chairman of Surfing England, having long been involved in the governing body. His dream to build a wave pool in a field outside Bristol has captured the attention of thousands, if not millions of people around the UK and the world. He chats with us about the highs and the

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Podcast: Research and experimentation – the Wave Prizm story

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Mark Kosich has built a brand around making waves. It's called WavePrizm and threads some unique theories together to produce large surf. However, he is not about to compete with the major players at this stage. In this long conversation, Mark recounts how his life led up to this current experimentation with wave machines and he discusses the claim that

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scott bass wavepoolmag podcast

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Scott Bass: Veteran surf journalist shares his wave pool stories

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On this episode of the WavePoolMag Podcast Nick Robinson speaks with veteran surf journalist and wave pool connoisseur Scott Bass. After his stint as Surfer Magazine’s online editor in the fledgling days of digital media, Bassy went on to develop one of surfing’s most core surfboard expos, The Boardroom. Along with a podcast focused on all things surf he also

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Podcast brings you up to speed on the world’s wave pool projects

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Catch up on all the latest wave pool projects around the world without having to read or scroll... In this 47-minute episode, WavePoolMag podcast host Nick Robinson chats with editor-in-chief Bryan Dickerson about all the latest wave pool projects in development globally. We have an amazing page on our website called the surf planner. It details all the projects in

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andrew thatcher of endless surf

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Podcast: Andrew Thatcher and the concept of Endless Surf

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Andrew Thatcher grew up surfing in the warm waters off Durban, South Africa and came to live in my home town of Cape Town, much further to the south before leaving for the USA back in 2000. The happiest coincidence occurred when a family connection to Tom Lochtefeld landed him a job at the legendary wave maker's Surf Loch and

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ryder-thomas-podcast

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Podcast: Episode 7 Season 2 with Ryder Thomas and his Caribbean project

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Pegasus Lodges, Punta Cana, and Swell International form the basis of this chat with Ryder Thomas Ryder Thomas is a fun, engaging character, and while he was spending a cold grey day in New York, I jumped on a call with him from my base down here in Portugal. We had a long and super interesting conversation all about the

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surf coach ru hill on the wave pool mag podcast

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Podcast Episode 5 Season 2: Surf coaching success and the wave pool equation with Ru Hill

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Many peg wave pools as the Supersauce to surf improvement. Unfortunately, this is mostly done in broad, sweeping strokes with emphasis placed solely on the repetition aspect of learning. There are so many finer points to why coaching in a wave pool works. In this podcast we drill down the milli-specifics and share the why and how on-hand training in

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swell mfg

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Podcast Episode 4 Season 2: The new wave pool technology in Arizona

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The company describes their system as a natural surfing lineup with a peak wave rather than a right-session-only or left-session-only option as found in many of today’s wave pools. “Peak waves provide some of the most fun waves at Swell MFG locations,” says Matt. “Options to surf left and right to hone in frontside and backside skills and choice of

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Podcast: Digging into Berlin’s future surf potential with Eirik Randow

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Head down and focused, Eirik Randow keeps paddling and paddling in his campaign to bring waves to Berlin. In 2014 the German city was set to plant a Wavegarden Lagoon plow system at an old airstrip outside of town. When the local council axed the plan Eirik was crushed. But then, like a grom, he got all frothy and took

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Shane Beschen and son at Citywave

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Podcast: From cranky pro to pool bro – Shane Beschen opens up

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Find out why one of the few surfers to irritate Slater in the ’90s is emerging as a major player in the wave pool boom Shane Beschen has found an impressive post-Tour career revolving around coaching and wave pools. Top ten surfer throughout the nineties, the only surfer to secure a perfect 30 heat and one of just a handful

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Podcast: Sophie Everard ventures into The Wave (Bristol)

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Sophie Everard is a journalist, passionate snowboarder and surfer with a lust for life. The stylish goofyfoot has worked extensively within action sports media for more than ten years and is a published writer for industry-leading snowboard titles. She has also set up a brand called "Mad to Live" through which she promotes a positive, modern message of female empowerment

Sophie Everard is a journalist, passionate snowboarder and surfer with a lust for life. The stylish goofyfoot has worked extensively ...Continue ›


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Podcast: Gonzo journalist Chas Smith on the wave pool era

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Chas Smith is a smart guy. Originally from California, he moved to Oregon and commenced his surfing career at age 10. He earned a bachelor’s degree in intercultural studies (1998) and a master’s degree in linguistics (2001) from Southern California’s Biola University; Smith’s studies included semesters spent learning Arabic in Egypt and English at Oxford University. That short bio is

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Podcast: Which of Greg Webber’s inventions will we see very soon?

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EPISODE 7 Has Greg Webber been at this game longer than anyone else? Maybe not, but he sure has a ton of fascinating insights and excellent ideas surrounding the wave pool space. Before we kicked off the interview, Greg inferred to me that he had no problem in my drilling him about the fact that he essentially broadcasts the fact

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Podcast: Electric personality TC and his Vegas wave pool plans

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We interview Tim Curry, known as TC, who is setting out on the arduous venture to create an oasis of surf in the parched desert surrounding Las Vegas. I am sure the Las Vegas population will be STOKED to hear this and the millions of visitors to the city will be able to practice their cutbacks alongside the locals. https://open.spotify.com/episode/6qC6blocuoJ54c5J8MGbk5?si=igP0hS4VT4-Yq78zzuM6-A

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maud and joan at Wavegarden

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PODCAST: Wavegarden’s Sean Young on what it takes to make the long haul

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"Wavegarden", the sound of that name evokes a zen-like space where waves roll endlessly through green spaces pulsing with lush natural life. As if you didn't know, it's actually a company created way back in 2005, that sits deep in a northern Spanish valley. It's a richly forested and abundant area ravaged by harsh Atlantic winters and pounded by massive

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Surf Lakes

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WavePoolMag Podcast launches with 3 episodes

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Today we officially launch our podcast. Hosted by South African journalist Nick Robinson, each episode talks to the engineers, entrepreneurs, pros and the visionaries who have a unique wave pool story to tell. https://radiopublic.com/wave-pool-mag-GZl9Dv Here's the rundown for the first three episodes in our launch phase before we kick into regular one-per-week publishing. Remember, every Thursday at 16h00 CET we

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Podcast explores depth of wave pool stories & personalities

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So often there’s much more to the wave pool story than can be said in print. While creating WavePoolMag and diving into this niche news cycle, we discovered a deep well of backstories to each personality dotting this fascinating landscape. These are stories too good to pass up. That’s why we’ve created the WavePoolMag Podcast. Hosted by South African journalist

So often there’s much more to the wave pool story than can be said in print. While creating WavePoolMag and ...Continue ›