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Stab editor-at-large and producer Ashton Goggans returns to the Lineup Podcast. He talks about what he’s been up to over the last few years, including launching Stab Premium, creating the documentary Andy Irons & The Radicals, working on a new Electric Acid Surfboard Test and Stab In The Dark, and making surf movies while being locked down in Los Angeles. He describes watching the Rip Curl WSL Finals from Brazil and shares his thoughts on the format, Steph’s historic win, Filipe’s breakthrough, the surfers who impressed him most, and why he was rooting for Jack Robinson. He talks about working for the past six months on No Contest (dropping this month), evolving it from a behind-the-scenes tour show to more of an in-depth travel show, partnering with Red Bull, his Bourdain-like approach, and all the wild places the show has taken him over the past year. Ashton also touches on what he’d love to see Steph Gilmore do next, Electric Acid Surfboard Test’s disruptive collaborations, the dominance of Brazilians on the Championship Tour, what’s coming next for Stab, and what his job title actually means. Follow Ashton here. Check out Stab Mag here. Prepare for the new season of No Contest dropping September 29.   Watch the latest episode of Stab’s Electric Acid Surfboard Test with Mick Fanning. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A Re-Air from 2019 with the now newly crowned World Champion Filipe Toledo! ------- World Title contender Filipe Toledo joins The Lineup to talk about breaking onto the world stage, how having a family has changed his motivations, his need for speed, and how the last generation of Brazilian surfers set today’s athletes up for success. Learn more about Filipe here and here.  Watch him next at the Corona Open J-Bay July 12-21 on worldsurfleague.com. Dive into the fight for the WSL Final 5 and explore the Championship Tour rankings.  Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mike Parsons joins the podcast to break down the Rip Curl WSL Finals. He details the ideal conditions at Lower Trestles, looks back at his time working as a contest director and dealing with the pressure of making the call to run, and shares his thoughts on equipment, seeding, and momentum in the World Title-deciding event. He discusses his current role as a coach and manager for some of the biggest names in surfing, from WSL Final 5 surfer Kanoa Igarashi to CT competitors Lakey Peterson and Kolohe Andino to Big Wave superstar Kai Lenny and more. He talks about the 2022 Championship Tour season, the intense pressure at Margaret River, the “huge exhale” at G-Land, the impact of the new format, the historic moments for the women at Pipeline and Teahupo’o, Kelly Slater’s unforgettable win at Pipe, and what to expect in seasons to come. To finish up, Snips goes into coach mode and breaks down the greatest strengths of each Rip Curl WSL Finals contender. Learn more about Mike here and follow him here.  Watch the Rip Curl WSL Finals live September 8-16. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
World No. 3 Tatiana Weston-Webb joins the podcast before she competes for the World Title at the Rip Curl WSL Finals. She breaks down her preparation for the title-deciding event at Trestles, how she’s been training, how she feels about her seeding, the support team behind her, and her strategy once she’s in the water. She talks about the last few events of the regular season leading up to the Finals, the women’s historic return to Teahupo’o, competing in serious conditions, what it was like staying in Tahiti, and dealing with the pressure of the fight for the WSL Final 5. She looks back at the 2021 Rip Curl WSL Finals, coming so close to her first World Title but finishing second to Carissa Moore, the challenging offseason that followed, working with a sports psychologist, and starting this season at Pipeline. Tati also details her career journey up to this point, from her upbringing and inspirations in Kauai, the importance of Brazilian culture in her life, her introduction to surfing, and how her outsider approach makes her a World Title contender. Learn more about Tati here and follow her here.  Watch her compete for the World Title at the Rip Curl WSL Finals September 8-16. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former Championship Tour surfer and Outerknown Tahiti Pro wildcard Nathan Hedge joins the podcast to talk about Tahiti and his career in surfing. He describes how he stayed busy in Tahiti before the competition began, his longtime connection to the island, getting back into “contest mode,” and the younger surfers to watch. He breaks down the challenging wave at Teahupo’o, tells the story of his worst wipeout, and shares the keys to success for how to conquer nerves and thrive in such a heavy break. He looks back at his career, traveling with the Rip Curl team as a grom, being shaped by the Narrabeen community, competing for seven seasons on the CT, and facing the challenges of life after the tour. “The Hog” also touches on his ambassadorship with Outerknown, the ongoing process of working through addiction, being inspired by Kelly’s win at Pipe at age 50, and what’s next for him. Learn more about Nathan here and follow him here.  Watch the Outerknown Tahiti Pro live August 11-21 Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Surfer and filmmaker Keith Malloy joins the lineup to talk about his latest adventures. He discusses making his new film Mind Surfing with 805 featuring Conner Coffin, how the partnership and idea came together, what he learned about Conner while filming, and the other surfers he worked with on the project. He looks back at his lifetime in surfing, the impact his surfing family and brothers all had on him, the influence of the California coastline, his season on the Championship Tour, and then his move away from competition altogether. He breaks down his journey into filmmaking, starting out on his first movie Come Hell or High Water with Mark Cunningham, collaborating with Patagonia on a bunch of films, forming a production company, and working with athletes from sports outside surfing. Keith also touches on the majestic nature of Teahupo’o, surfing and working while raising three kids, and his upcoming projects with 805 and more. Learn more about Keith here.  Check out his latest film with 805 featuring Conner Coffin, Mind Surfing. Learn more about 805. Learn more about Bimarian Films.   Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
2021 Rip Curl WSL Final 5 competitor, Santa Barbara torchbearer, and one of the most powerful surfers in the world Conner Coffin returns to the podcast to talk about his past year. He looks back at his run to the Finals last season, the mentality shift that led him to his career-best result, the unparalleled energy on the beach at Trestles, and his thoughts on the new format. He dives into a new film project he’s working on with Keith Malloy and 805, what it’s like to balance competing on tour with traveling and filming, and his favorite surf movies growing up. He goes through his 2022 season on the Championship Tour, the new schedule with the Mid-season Cut, his role as a surfer rep, and then discusses the Challenger Series and his goals moving forward. Conner also touches on his big switch to JS surfboards, finding a second home on the Gold Coast, the importance of having passions outside of surfing, and his biggest surf inspiration. This conversation was recored in June of 2022* Learn more about Conner here and here.  Watch him next at the EDP Vissla Pro Ericeira live October 1-9 on worldsurfleague.com. Watch his feature film by 806 directed by Keith Malloy, Mind Surfing, on Youtube now. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A Re-Air of The Lineup's chat with Courtney Conlogue from September of 2021! --------- The Vans US Open of Surfing, the 4th stop of the 8-stop 2022 WSL Challenger Series, is underway in Huntington Beach, California. Featuring an international field of Challengers looking to secure a spot on next year’s elite WSL championship tour, the event is streaming live at WorldSurfLeague.com and the WSL App, do not miss it! Following the completion of the Vans US Open of Surfing, the World’s best surfers will be heading to Tahiti for the Outerknown Tahiti Pro.  --------- Championship Tour star and Huntington Beach local Courtney Conlogue joins the podcast to talk about the US Open and her comeback 2021 season. The two-time US Open winner discusses the iconic event held in her hometown, how it holds a special place in her heart, and using her local knowledge to her advantage. She describes competing after taking a year off from surfing while recovering from three concussions in seven months, shares how revitalized she felt in Mexico when she clinched her spot on tour next year, and gives her thoughts on how the Rip Curl WSL Finals played out. She talks about waves of consequence on tour, the strike mission she took to Tahiti this year, surfing Pipeline with Carissa Moore and Keala Kennelly, and the importance of having a tour that challenges its athletes. Courtney also touches on the first board she ever bought, being in the spotlight at a young age, the effects social media has on today’s youth, and what she would have done if she didn’t pursue pro surfing. Learn more about Courtney here and be sure to follow her on Instagram here.  Watch the Vans US Open of Surfing July 30 - august 7 on worldsurfleague.com. Dive into the fight for the WSL Final 5 and explore the Championship Tour rankings.  Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel. Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this special episode, a trio of the tour’s most progressive surfers, Caroline Marks, Tyler Wright, and Tatiana Weston-Webb, talk about charging waves of consequence. They share their thoughts on surfing Teahupo’o, discuss what adding a women’s event there would mean, recap the heaviest sessions they’ve ever had, and rewatch the 2014 Tahiti Pro Final. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
South African Championship Tour surfer Matt McGillivray joins the pod to talk about J-Bay and his budding career on tour. He breaks down his long relationship with J-Bay, how his family moved to the small town of Jeffreys Bay ten years ago, the heavy hometown expectations on him, his first introduction to the CT as a wildcard there in 2018, and staying relaxed by enjoying surfing his favorite wave with just two guys out. He shares his thoughts on the tour schedule redesign, the intense pressure of the Mid-season Cut, and how he was just so happy to get to surf J-Bay after making the cut at Margaret River. He looks back at his wild first two years on tour, his tight relationship with Morgan Cibilic, filming Make or Break and Postcards From Morgs, and working with Channel Islands to lock in his equipment. Matt also tells stories about living in Australia during COVID, his family’s passion for skydiving and base jumping, sharks in the lineup, preparing for Teahupo’o, and his big goals for the rest of this season and next year. Learn more about Matty here and follow him here.  Watch him next at the Outerknown Tahiti Pro August 11-21. Check out the CT rankings here.  Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
1977 World Champion, author, and speaker Shaun Tomson joins the pod to talk about the power of surfing. He tells the story of his own 16-year career on the Championship Tour, the early days of pro surfing, his World Title season, and the moment he decided to pursue surfing as a career. He breaks down the upcoming Corona Open J-Bay, lists his favorite surfers ever at Jeffreys Bay, recalls how Filipe Toledo reimagined how to surf the wave with his iconic 10-point ride there, and reveals how there’s nowhere to hide on the perfect pointbreak and how it can expose your inadequacies as a surfer. He discusses his life before and after surfing, his first family surf trip to J-Bay, his father’s commitment to growing the sport, why he moved to Santa Barbara, California, and his decades-long love affair with Rincon and its point breaks. Finally, Shaun talks about creating The Code method, writing books to inspire people, his career as a speaker, working with others to find purpose and overcome loss, and the life-changing impact surfing can have.  Learn more about Shaun here and follow him here.  Watch him in Bustin’ Down the Door here. Read Shaun’s books here and here.  Watch the Corona Open J-Bay live July 12-21. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Big Wave surfer and Red Bull Big Wave Awards nominee Lucas “Chumbo” Chianca joins the podcast to talk about the happiest year of his life. He discusses his big 2022 that included the birth of his first daughter, watching his brother Joao compete on the Championship Tour, and being the only man nominated for all three categories of the 2022 Red Bull Big Wave Awards. He looks back at his road from the small town of Saquarema to the peak of the sport, the mentors like Carlos Burle who influenced him along the way, the local waves that first prepared him for Nazare, Jaws, and Mavericks, and his breakthrough performance at the 2017 Nazare event. He dives into the tight-knit Big Wave community, the strong bond of surfers in the water, and the athletes like Kai Lenny, Justine Dupont, Billy Kemper, and Joao Macedo who have inspired him to raise his game. Lucas also touches on his goals for the next season, working on the “Why We Go” Red Bull series, what he thinks about in the water during a massive swell, and tips for paddling into waves at Teahupo’o. Learn more about Lucas here and follow him here.  Red Bull's upcoming Big Wave Series featuring Lucas entitled 'Why We Go' coming soon here Watch his nominated rides for the Red Bull Big Wave Awards. Read a profile on him here.  Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Re-Air of our fourth episode ever in November 2019 with Filipe Toledo, the current men’s World No. 1 and the first surfer to clinch his spot in the WSL Final 5. World Title contender Filipe Toledo joins The Lineup to talk about breaking onto the world stage, how having a family has changed his motivations, his need for speed, and how the last generation of Brazilian surfers set today’s athletes up for success. Learn more about Filipe here and here.  Watch him next at the Corona Open J-Bay July 12-21 on worldsurfleague.com. Dive into the fight for the WSL Final 5 and explore the Championship Tour rankings.  Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A Re-Air from Dec 2019. 7x World Champion Stephanie Gilmore joins The Lineup to talk about: playing spoiler at the Maui Pro, next year’s Olympics, and who she wants to win it all at Pipe. She also discusses the dynamics between her, Carissa Moore, Caroline Marks, and Tyler Wright. In addition, she breaks down her competitive driving growing up, the Men's tour, and how she's training for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. Learn more about Stephanie here and here.  Watch her next at the Corona Open J-Bay July 12-21 on worldsurfleague.com. Dive into the fight for the WSL Final 5 and explore the Championship Tour rankings.  Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Re-Air of Episode 109 featuring the recent winner of the 2022 Quiksilver Pro G-Land, Jack Robinson! Championship Tour star and Margaret River local Jack Robinson joins the podcast to talk about the Mid-season Cut-deciding event being held at his home break. He discusses his welcome return to Western Australia after spending 10 months of the year away, his passion for his home waves, and his excitement for potentially surfing at The Box. He breaks down his start to the season, including a strong 3rd place finish at the last event in Bells Beach that confirmed he had made the Mid-season Cut, and his focus turning from the pressure of the cut to making the WSL Final 5. He looks back at his road from Margaret River to the Championship Tour, how he dealt with intense hype from the media, fans, and sponsors from a very young age, how he doesn’t get distracted by comparisons to iconic surfers, and how his win last year in Mexico showed him surfing freely can have a real impact. Jack also talks about Pipeline versus The Box, filming Stab in the Dark, his thoughts on the season’s second half, Gabriel Medina’s return at G-Land, and much more. Learn more about Jack here.  Watch him compete at the Surf City El Salvador Pro pres by Corona live June 12-20 on worldsurfleague.com. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things Championship Tour. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Championship Tour rookie Jackson Baker joins the pod to talk about his debut season. He discusses the camaraderie among the young Australian surfers on tour (aka “The Wombats”), how important it is to have a support system in an individualistic sport, following the Brazilians’ blueprint, and all winning together. He looks back at his road to the CT, growing up in Merewhether, being sponsored by Rip Curl since he was eight years old, finding the right competitive headspace after losing his mom, competing on the Challenger Series, and making the Mid-season Cut. He shares why he rides pink boards and wears number 61 on his jersey, describes how his 2020 day job inspired him, explains his long relationship with Channel Islands, talks about the insane talent pool in Newcastle, and looks forward to the events he’s anticipating most to finish out the season. Learn more about Jackson here and here.  Watch him next at the Surf City El Salvador Pro pres by Corona live June 12-20 on worldsurfleague.com. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Former Championship Tour surfer, 1995 G-Land finalist, and Laguna Beach local Jeff Booth joins the pod to talk about G-Land and his career on tour. He dives into all things G-Land, breaks down the different distinct sections of the long left break, describes what it was like to stay in the camps there, and looks back at surfing in the 1995 Final against Kelly Slater. He shares stories from the 1980s-90s ASP, including the state of the Championship Tour in that era, the creation of the Dream Tour, his biggest rivals, his event win at Reunion Island, and what he’s been up to since leaving the tour. He shares his origin story, from growing up in Laguna Beach and entering his first competition in 1977 to the importance of “osmosis” and improving your surfing by being exposed to other good surfers. Jeff also talks about his latest project Distant Local, Tom Curren’s dominance, achieving with humility, and Gabriel Medina, John John Florence, Carissa Moore, and his picks for the Quiksilver/ROXY Pro G-Land. Learn more about Jeff here. Check out Distant Local here and here.  Watch the Quiksilver/ROXY Pro G-Land live May 28 to June 6 on worldsurfleague.com. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Star Championship Tour rookie Callum Robson talks about the promising start to his young career. He discusses his big win at the Challenger Series opener at Snapper Rocks, what it meant for him, how he pushed his surfing in the intense dog-eat-dog environment, and thriving with a more attacking style. He details his time on the CT so far, leaning on the Australian veterans like Owen Wright, creating a tight crew of young Australian surfers similar to the Brazilians, and being aware and prepared for the Mid-season Cut coming into the season. He looks back at his road to the tour, from growing up in Evans Head, originally wanting to be a football player, doing a carpenter apprenticeship with his dad and realizing his priorities, and getting pushed by surfers like Liam O’Brien and Ethan Ewing. He then looks forward to the rest of the 2022 season (especially J-Bay and Tahiti), talks about his mindset, and sets his goals of making the WSL Final 5 and getting 1% better every day. Callum also talks about the devastating floods that have affected his hometown and what he’s doing to help (see links below).  Learn more about Callum here / here.  Support his community and help them recover from the flooding here. Watch him next at the Quiksilver Pro G-Land live May 28 to June 6. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Challenger Series competitor, former Championship Tour surfer, and DJ Dimity Stoyle joins to talk about her career. She discusses focusing all her energy at the moment on the Challenger Series, starting off at Gold Coast and continuing at Sydney. She looks back at how commentating with Laura Enever on the WSL broadcasts last year and making the film Surfing with Dan Scott, Ava Warbrick, and all her closest friends during the pandemic gave her the urge to return to doing contests. She talks about signing with Roxy at age 30 and shares thoughts on the current state of surfing, how major brands are shifting more towards valuing people who are true to who they are and passionate about what they do, and trying to set a good example for the next generation of women in surfing. Then she dives into her DJ career, her alter-ego Shimmy Disco, the music she loves to play, how she creates a vibe, and how DJing is her second passion and the perfect job for a surfer. Dimity also shares stories about her origin story, her eye-opening first season on the Championship Tour, traveling and competing with Steph Gilmore, her future plans for music, and what she’s looking forward to for the rest of the Challenger Series season. Learn more about Dimity here / here, support Shimmy Disco here, and check out her Roxy team vid here.   Watch her next at the GWM Sydney Surf Pro presented by Rip Curl live May 17-24. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
WSL Commentator Shannon Hughes joins the pod to talk about the Mid-season Cut and her journey to becoming a Championship Tour broadcaster. First, she shares her thoughts on the Mid-season Cut, what it was like to experience it on the ground in Margaret River, witnessing all the emotions, and also seeing how the pressure pushed the level of performance through the roof. She then takes us through her own personal journey in the sport, growing up in a surfing family, moving to J-Bay at 21, starting to compete in longboard events at a later age, commentating her first event in 2013, and finally getting called up to announce the CT. She breaks down the challenges of the job, describes talking live on air for full eight-hour days, discusses overcoming some unwelcoming co-commentators early in her career, and shares some key advice from Joe Turpel for aspiring announcers. Finally, Shannon talks about all the other projects she’s currently got in motion, from hosting The Double Up podcast, to starting The Women’s Surf Network, to working on the “Make or Break” series and commentating at the Olympics. Keep up to date with Shannon here, check out the Women's Surf Network here, and listen to the Double-Up Podcast here. Watch her next at the Boost Mobile Gold Coast Pro presented by Rip Curl live May 7-15. Join the conversation by following The Lineup with Dave Prodan on Instagram and subscribing to our Youtube channel.  Stay up to date with all things WSL. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Jeff Hostetler

This interview is an unbelievable example of a humanitarian interaction. All my love to Felipe and to Dave for allowing such an amazing human to open up and share his vision. I am subscribing forever, and cannot wait to dial in Episodes 1-3 too. That includes, whatever you deliver and sponsor in the future. Best wishes!

Nov 30th
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