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Influential Lost Surfboards shaper and San Clemente, CA local Matt Biolos shares stories from his long career working with some of the best surfers in history. He looks back at starting out working for Herbie Fletcher, the punk rock origins of Mayhem, keeping that outsider/anti-hero mentality, growing a full team of pros, evolving his business into…
 
In the first-ever “Break Room” episode of the podcast, host Dave Prodan speaks with a panel of fellow WSL employees that work across the league. Get insights from inside the building on the crazy Australian Leg, Morgan Cibilic’s unexpected rise from unknown rookie to legitimate Final 5 contender, and a tie in the rankings that could alter the women…
 
From the influential rock band Australian Crawl, Bill McDonough and Paul Williams join the podcast to talk about the origins of the band, their roots in Australia, and their lifelong connection to surfing. They look back at the genesis of Australian Crawl in the late 1970s, touring Australia, and eventually making it onto the international scene. T…
 
WSL North American Regional Manager Meg Bernardo talks about the genesis of the World Surf League. As one of the company’s very first hires, she shares behind-the-scenes stories of the early days of the WSL, from starting the ASP with Ian Cairns and Peter Townend, to building the foundation and creating the framework for professional surfing, to pr…
 
WSL Founder Ian Cairns talks about starting the ASP and building what would become the Championship Tour. He looks back at the early days of the tour, their crazy dream, patching it together “with chewing gum and masking tape,” the widespread growth of surfing worldwide, and wanting to end the tour in Australia. He describes living in Western Austr…
 
Championship Tour surfer Connor O’Leary talks about his unlikely and inspiring road to getting (and staying) on tour. He looks back at his rollercoaster career so far, from starting out as a surf shop kid and surf school instructor to his quick rise through the Qualifying Series and winning Rookie of the Year to falling off tour and battling back. …
 
Championship Tour rookie sensation, Margaret River local, and Boost Mobile athlete Jack Robinson talks about his evolution from bowl-cut grom to tour competitor. He dives into the heavy expectations from a surf industry obsessed with youth, wild times on the QS with his dad, finding his own path, and growing past the pressure. He discusses his home…
 
Australian Championship Tour star and Boost Mobile athlete Sally Fitzgibbons discusses her long and successful career on tour, coming so close to multiple World Titles, her constant drive to keep pushing herself, and her progression and evolution as a surfer. Before the Boost Mobile Margaret River Pro, she talks about surfing at The Box, her advant…
 
Big wave surfer and former Championship Tour competitor Laura Enever talks about her transition to big wave surfing, the differences between charging big swells and small wave performance surfing, the specific training, and her first time at Jaws and Shipstern Bluff. She discusses her film “Undone” which follows her journey from the CT to the big w…
 
The new Microsoft Edge Chromium-based web browser has all sorts of exciting new tools to assist web developers, features to improve accessibility (A11y), and support for building progressive web apps (PWAs). Learn about it from a few members of the team who work on it in this episode of Tabs vs Spaces. This episode covers: [00:00] Introductions: Ch…
 
Two-time World Champion Damien Hardman talks about the “Girls Can’t Surf” documentary, responds to his comments in the film, and discusses the Championship Tour in the 1980s and 90s. The Narrabeen local describes what fans can expect at the Rip Curl Narrabeen Classic presented by Corona, breaks down the wave and the surf scene in his hometown, give…
 
Momentum Generation icon, former Championship Tour competitor, and commentator-turned-coach Ross Williams talks about the differences between surfing in 2021 compared to when he was on tour in the 1990s, from the boards to the dream contest locations to the level of progression. He looks back at growing up on the North Shore, becoming friends at a …
 
Four-time World Champion and Newcastle native Mark Richards talks about his hometown’s strong surfing culture, how it produces so much high-level surf talent, and which tour surfers have looked best during their preparation for the upcoming Rip Curl Newcastle Cup presented by Corona. He tells stories of his first trips to Hawaii during the “Bustin’…
 
South African Championship Tour star Jordy Smith talks about the pro surfing hype machine, surviving the spotlight put on him at a young age, never crumbling under the weight of expectations, and how the media drives sponsorships. He looks back at his eventful quarantine, in which he experienced the birth of his child, was home for a South African …
 
Windows 10 provides a variety of tools to support developers in setting up their ideal coding environment. In this episode, we will hear from some of the PMs who support these tools about the latest updates and improvements. This episode will cover: [00:00]Matt Wojo: Intro and invitation to share feedback and ideas for future episodes [01:14]Kayla …
 
Author and surf scribe Nick Carroll joins the podcast for a deep discussion about a wide and unexpected array of surfing topics. He breaks down the differences between Australian and American surf journalism as well as the similarities between the California and Australia surf scenes. He describes how you can learn a lot about who a person really i…
 
The next episode drops on Thursday on its own podcast page. Make sure to follow and subscribe! https://link.chtbl.com/CaughtInsideEp01 For 14 days, the world's best surfers are quarantined in Australia with nothing better to do than have conversations with their favorite surfing announcer. Listen in to find out how they're staying sharp, staying fi…
 
1990 World Champion and women’s surfing pioneer Pam Burridge talks about the upcoming “Girls Can’t Surf” film about the trailblazing group of female professional surfers in the 1980s. She describes the early days of the women’s tour and the intense struggle to take on the male-dominated pro surfing world to achieve equality. She dives into her surf…
 
Hawaiian big wave surfer Billy Kemper joins the pod to talk about the release of “Billy,” the new six-part documentary series that follows his road to recovery after a life-threatening fall on a surf trip in Morocco. He discusses his amazing support system and the circle of people who have helped him along his journey to get back on the board. He t…
 
Today, we're sharing an episode from a new WSL show called "Getting Heated," hosted by three time World Champ Mick Fanning and New School icon Ross Williams. The legendary duo break down today's hottest surf topics with explosive debates, unfiltered takes, and bold predictions. You can listen to the full version of the first episode here, and subsc…
 
In part 2 of Remote Development with Visual Studio Code, Brigit Murtaugh, a PM with VS Code, will explain how to set up a remote development environment using either Docker containers or GitHub Codespaces. This episode will cover: [00:19]What is remote development in VS Code? [01:13]What is a container? [02:05]Why is container-based development use…
 
Los Angeles pro surfer and video editor Hunter Jones talks about his memorable 2020, from signing with Body Glove, being a stunt double in Hollywood, releasing the film “Still Dreaming,” snagging a cover shot, working for WSL, and going through casting for The Ultimate Surfer. He breaks down his creative path to becoming a pro surfer, what his loca…
 
Irish marine social scientist and big wave surfer Dr. Easkey Britton talks about the We Are One Ocean campaign and the 30x30 petition that calls on world leaders to protect 30% of our shared one ocean by the year 2030. She dives deep into Blue Health and the countless proven mental and physical benefits of being in the ocean, from the healing effec…
 
WSL founder and Sunset Beach local Randy Rarick talks about the early days of the Championship Tour, getting started in 1976, the very first contest on the North Shore, crowning Peter Townend as the first World Champion, and how he got into the administrative side of pro surfing. He dives into his personal story, from growing up in Hawaii to learni…
 
In the final episode of the year, Dave recaps the Maui Pro, the Pipe Masters and the eventful start to the 2021 Championship Tour season. He talks about the big wins by Tyler Wright and John John Florence, the heavyweight matchups that went down through the contest, the women’s tour competing at Pipeline for the first time ever, which surfers came …
 
Big wave surfer, Pipeline specialist, and cbdMD athlete Nathan Florence talks about the progression of big wave surfing, pushing the sport forward, the strong Big Wave community, and his scariest moment in the ocean. He talks about growing up in the middle of surfing’s ultimate proving ground on the North Shore of Hawaii, how his famous surfing fam…
 
Championship Tour surfer and Hydro Flask athlete Jack Freestone joins the podcast just before the start of the season to talk about being an Australian transplant in Hawaii, the pecking order out in the lineup there, and his thoughts on starting the tour at Pipeline. He looks back at his early career, from winning two Junior Championships, to spons…
 
Two-time World Champion Tyler Wright relives her inspiring comeback at the 2019 Maui Pro and looks forward to the start of the 2021 season back in Maui. She talks about her long road to recovery and discusses using her platform to express her values, including her stand for Black Lives Matter at the Tweed Coast Pro. She breaks down her early career…
 
Visual Studio Code Remote Development allows you to use a container, remote machine, or the Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) as a full-featured development environment. Develop on the same operating system you deploy to or use larger or more specialized hardware. Sandbox your development environment to avoid impacting your local machine configurat…
 
Pipeline standout, vlogger extraordinaire, and cbdMD athlete Jamie O’Brien talks about the best Pipeline surfers ever, the hierarchy in the lineup at Pipe, coaching Adriano de Souza when he won the Pipe Masters, and the very first time he ever paddled out at the famed break. He dives into his influence on Youtube and social media in surfing, the pr…
 
World Surf League SVP of Tours & Competition and good friend of the pod Pat O’Connell returns to go in depth on WSL’s big announcement about the 2021 Championship Tour. He talks about starting the season at Maui and Pipeline, Lower Trestles as the location for the first WSL Finals, safety measures for the season, and where else the tour will be hea…
 
WSL Big Wave World Champion, musician, and cbdMD athlete Makua Rothman shares stories about his brother, father, and famous surfing family, how surfing has changed him, and his struggles growing up on the North Shore. He discusses his music, his internet series, his kids, and how surfing remains his base when he has so many things going on. He also…
 
1978 World Champion and Dream Tour architect Wayne “Rabbit” Bartholomew talks about dreaming of a thing called Pro Surfing, willing it into existence, and creating the Championship Tour with his colleagues. The Australian surf icon shares amazing stories of his early days, from growing up in Coolangatta in the 1960s and 70s, to his eye-opening firs…
 
World Surf League SVP of Tours & Competition, former Championship Tour surfer, and all-around legend Pat O’Connell breaks down the highlights and takeaways from the WSL Countdown events. They discuss Italo Ferreira, Kelly Slater, Tyler Wright, and the athletes who stood out in the offseason contests in Australia, Europe, Brazil, and Surf Ranch. Pat…
 
Musician and philanthropist Ziggy Marley joins the podcast to talk about his personal connection with the ocean, share stories about his humble upbringing and how he got into music, and discuss the importance of Love and being free. He also breaks down The Bob Marley Legacy series and his new album “More Family Time.” Learn more about your ad choic…
 
Adding GPU compute support to Windows Subsystem for Linux (WSL) has been the #1 most requested feature since the first WSL release. Learn how Windows and WSL 2 now support GPU Accelerated Machine Learning (GPU compute) using NVIDIA CUDA, including TensorFlow and PyTorch, as well as all the Docker and NVIDIA Container Toolkit support available in a …
 
WSL Longboard Tour Manager and midlength master Devon Howard previews the upcoming Cuervo Surf Ranch Classic longboard event and talks about merging traditional and modern surfing styles, the appeal of midlengths and their recent rise in popularity, his surf influences growing up, his friendship with Joel Tudor, and his thoughts on Wave Storms. Lea…
 
The Lineup is taking the week off. To hold us over, we bring you a great conversation between Mick Fanning & Gabriel Medina from STAB's Unplugged series. To subscribe to STAB's podcast feed, go here: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/stab-podcasts/id1323896062 or search Stab Podcasts on your podcast player of choice. Learn more about your ad ch…
 
Professional surfer and cinematographer Leah Dawson talks about living her life in pursuit of both waves and purpose, her activism and work with the Changing Tides Foundation, how to become a professional surfer outside of competition, being in tune with the ocean, and discovering her surf style in Hawaii. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit me…
 
Learn about Microsoft PowerToys, a set of utilities for power users to tune and streamline your Windows 10 experience for greater productivity. Clint Rutkas will show you the current PowerToy utilities, including: ColorPicker (click anywhere to grab a color value), FancyZones (shortcuts to position windows into a grid layout), File Explorer Add-ons…
 
Icon, innovator, and three-time World Champion Tom Curren talks about his Santa Barbara roots, what drove his competitive surfing, how he handled media attention, his role in the creation of The Search, and what still motivates him to paddle out in 2020. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Dave sits down with Pat and Olympic commentator, producer, and podcast host Selema Masekela for an open and honest discussion about race and its relationship to surfing. They contrast the recent player strikes in the NBA and WNBA with surfing’s broad history of silence, discuss Selema’s experience as a black man in the surf community, and look at w…
 
Rip Curl athlete and Championship Tour rookie Morgan Cibilic talks about his new film “Postcards from Morgs,” what it was like to grow up surfing with locals like Ryan Callinan, how he’s thrived as an underdog in competition, and what he thinks of the new changes to the tour. Check out Post Cards from Morgs here. Learn more about your ad choices. V…
 
Lakey Peterson joins The Lineup to talk about “the worst day of her professional career” from the 2019 Maui event, using the extended offseason to recenter by spending the quarantine in Australia, working on her surfing with Mick Fanning, World Title aspirations, Olympic goals, her long time relationship with Channel Islands, and her thoughts on th…
 
After 36 episodes, what have we learned so far? Host Reece Pacheco wraps up Season One with a few memorable takeaways, but we want to hear from you, too! Tell us your favorite episode or standout lesson learned in the comments below! Plus, stick around for a preview of your next favorite enviro-podcast. SHOW NOTES Thank YOU for listening! We truly …
 
Griffin Colapinto talks about his role as California’s next great Title Contender, his relationship with Kolohe Andino, buying his own house, being the first and only Californian to win the Vans Triple Crown, and having success at such a young age. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
*Don’t miss this special episode recognizing outstanding ocean advocacy with Ace Buchan.* This week, we learn why pro surfers must be custodians of the ocean outside competition with WSL Championship Tour surfer, activist, and Hydro Flask ambassador Ace Buchan. Ace talks about the importance of local activism, how individual voices can inspire grea…
 
Dave and Pat go behind the curtain to give their thoughts on the Rumble At The Ranch, Stab’s Surf100, who looked CT ready (and who still has work to do), and what’s up next for the WSL. They also play The Lineup Time Machine, 2014 edition, and answer listener questions. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
 
Learn how Indigenous wisdom and conventional science together prove all surfers are connected with scientist, storyteller, surfer and Hydro Flask ambassador Cliff Kapono, PhD. He talks about his path from Hilo, Hawaii to San Diego, CA to pursue an advanced degree, the deep connections we have to physical places and one another, the importance of fi…
 
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