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durée : 01:13:44 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - C'est avec Astérix que s'achève la série "De l'Œdipe dans les bulles" qu'en 1980 les "Nuits magnétiques" consacraient aux vedettes de la bande dessinée franco-belge. On y entend Albert Uderzo répondre aux critiques de chauvinisme qu'inspirait le personnage du petit Gaulois à certains. - invités : Albert Uderzo Auteur de bande dessinée, co-créateur d'Astérix; Bruno Bayon Écrivain et journaliste français; Alain Rey Lexicographe et linguiste français; André Franquin Dessinateur et scénariste de bande dessinée; Gilbert Lascault; Pascal Ory Historien, spécialiste d'histoire culturelle, membre de l'Académie française; Numa Sadoul Écrivain, poète, metteur en scène; Jean-Michel Charlier; Georges Wolinski Dessinateur de presse
durée : 00:01:56 - Le vrai du faux - Une image circule sur Twitter ces derniers jours : on y voit la Sicile parsemée de points lumineux, des foyers d'incendie visibles depuis l'espace selon les internautes. En réalité, il s'agit de l'éclairage des villes siciliennes.
Hélène Bonhomme, vous la connaissez peut-être comme la créatrice et dirigeante des Fabuleuses au Foyer, un site, des newsletters, une communauté autour de la question du bien-être des mères, de la prévention de l'épuisement maternel. Hélène, c'est une de mes belles rencontres de ces derniers mois, dont je suis très heureuse de vous livrer aujourd'hui le témoignage. Ce qui m'a intéressée en échangeant avec elle, c'est son parcours, et la manière dont elle a su si finement utiliser sa propre expérience pour en créer des outils, des partages, qui aident autant les autres. Hélène nous parle de son amour de l'écriture, de son premier métier et de comment elle en est arrivée à l'exercer, et à le quitter aussi rapidement. Elle nous parle beaucoup de sa relation avec son mari, et du duo qu'ils forment, moteur dans ses projets avec les Fabuleuses. Elle nous parle de son ambition, du muscle de l'audace, des saisons de la construction de son entreprise, qui a démarré avec des articles écrits dans sa cuisine et cachés au fond d'un dossier de son ordinateur. Et elle nous parle aussi du foyer, celui que nous occupons toutes et tous le matin, le soir, le weekend. Hélène est d'une grande finesse et justesse dans son analyse de ce qui l'émeut, de ce qui la meut, au sens de mettre en action, et l'écouter est un délice. Je vous souhaite de vous régaler et de vous inspirer. Dans l'épisode, nous évoquons : Le livre « Mère épuisée » de Stéphanie Allénou La chanson ‘Girl on fire' de Alicia Keys https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J91ti_MpdHA La chanson ‘Juice' de Lizzo https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XaCrQL_8eMY ********************************************* Merci à notre partenaire Calm, l'application n°1 de bien-être mental, qui regorge d'outils pour vous aider à vous sentir bien : méditations guidées, paysages sonores, méditations pour les enfants, techniques de respiration. https://www.calm.com/equilibristes Pour vous, chères et chers Equilibristes, Calm offre une réduction de 40% sur l'abonnement Calm Premium, avec de nouveaux contenus ajoutés chaque semaine. Rendez-vous ici pour en bénéficier !
La vie de couole pour certaines personnes est une guerre sans pause, pour d'autre guerre n'est même pas la faute ou la cause de l'homme mais l'inaptitude de l'homme à saisir les détails subtiles et les comportements compulsifs et non logique de sa copine, de sa femme, de sa fiancée. L'homme doit connaitre les informations dans ce podcast pour mieux s'outiller car les paroles de la femme peut te faire trembler si tu ignore les précieuses informations que Coach christian te donne ici en exclusivité!Écoute et partage!Support the showLe profond savoir ne se forge pas dans la joie!
Feldpostbriefe zeugen von der Sehnsucht der Soldaten nach Heimat, Familie und Frieden, auch nach Ehre und Anerkennung der Kriegserfolge durch Eltern und Verwandte. Da die Briefe in der Regel zensiert wurden, wird jedoch darin wenig über den Kriegsalltag berichtet. Diese Erlebnisse findet man eher in den wenigen, aus den Kriegsjahren überlieferten Tagebüchern. Trotzdem geben diese vor 80 oder 110 Jahren geschriebenen Briefe aus dem Ersten und Zweiten Weltkrieg Zeugnis von der Sinnlosigkeit der Kriege, der Zerstörung, des Hungers und des Elends. Oft sind die damaligen Kriegsschauplätze die gleichen, von denen wir heute täglich in den Nachrichten über den russischen Angriffskrieg in der Ukraine hören.Das Tagebuch- und Erinnerungsarchiv Berlin e.V. (TEA) besitzt eine große Sammlung von Feldpostbriefen.In einem gemeinsamen Projekt des Archivs mit der Mark-Twain-Bibliothek wird nun eine Auswahl davon in einer Ausstellung präsentiert, ergänzt durch Briefe und Feldpostkarten aus dem Privatbesitz zweier Mitarbeiterinnen.Begleitend dazu findet am 20.07.2023 um 20 Uhr eine Veranstaltung im Foyer der Bibliothek statt, in der über die Geschichte der Feldpost berichtet und aus ihnen vorgelesen wird. Sofern es durch Recherchen ermittelbar war, werden die Zeitzeugnisse durch biografische Daten ihrer Verfasser ergänzt. Auch die beiden Mitarbeiterinnen Isabelle Sahner und Renate Zimmermann werden familiengeschichtliche Hintergründe beisteuern.WEBSEITE TAGEBUCH- UND ERINNERUNGSARCHIVINFORMATIONEN ZUM BIBLIOTHEKSÜBERGREIFENDEN JAHRESPROJEKT "SEHNSUCHT IST..."Die Ausstellung ist während der Öffnungszeiten der Bibliothek zu sehen:Montag 10:00 – 19:30Dienstag 10:00 – 19:30Mittwoch 14:00 – 19:30Donnerstag 10:00 – 19:30Freitag 10:00 – 19:30Samstag 10:00 – 14:00KONTAKT ZUM ARCHIV:Sabine MusialGüldenauer Weg 4412555 BerlinTelefon: +4930 65 32 22 75Mobil: +49151 50 99 32 12Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Avec Benedicte Devolve, depuis 2017 elle anime des ateliers pour apprendre à révéler sa personnalité profonde et unique grâce aux vêtements, véritable porte d'entrée vers soi et vers les autres. Raphaëlle Hubin, elle a fondé le Foyer de Femmes en 2017 en ayant le désir d'ouvrir des espaces de ressourcement entre femmes dans le quotidien. et Myriam Hoffmann, consultante en image, fondatrice de la Styling Academy et de la Méthode Première Impression. Elle est également auteur de 3 livres dont un best-seller « Avoir (enfin) confiance en soi » (Leducs, 2015)
Avec Benedicte Devolve, depuis 2017 elle anime des ateliers pour apprendre à révéler sa personnalité profonde et unique grâce aux vêtements, véritable porte d'entrée vers soi et vers les autres. Raphaëlle Hubin, elle a fondé le Foyer de Femmes en 2017 en ayant le désir d’ouvrir des espaces de ressourcement entre femmes dans le quotidien. … Continued
Aden Foyer était l'invité du Double Expresso RTL2 ce vendredi 16 juin 2023. Il a répondu aux questions de Grégory Ascher et de Justine Salmon et a interprété son titre "The Ballet Girl".
Aden Foyer était l'invité du Double Expresso RTL2 ce vendredi 16 juin 2023. Il a répondu aux questions de Grégory Ascher et de Justine Salmon et a interprété son titre "The Ballet Girl". L'info qu'il faut - Les villes où les commerces de proximités sont les plus appreciés. Les pourquoi de Max : "prendre quelqu'un pour un jambon" Le winner du jour : - Il voulait appeler son fils MacGyver, l'état-civil refuse - Une grand-mère va repasser le bac avec son petit fils pour le soutenir Le best-of de la semaine Jeu Red Hot Chili Peppers : Adeline de Reims remporte 2 places pour le concert du groupe le 11 juillet à Lyon. Le jeu surprise : Yoan de Pau, gagne 500€ à dépenser chez Spartoo.com. La Banque RTL2 : MCharlotte de Porto-Vecchio, gagne un séjour villages club du soleil. Evelyne d'Orléans, repart avec une montre LOUIS PION, Horloger-Bijoutier.
Aden Foyer était l'invité du Double Expresso RTL2 ce vendredi 16 juin 2023. Il a répondu aux questions de Grégory Ascher et de Justine Salmon et a interprété son titre "The Ballet Girl".
This week on the podcast, Chandni Parekh, the voice of Lola Bunny in 'Bugs Bunny Builders' graces the podcast to bring some insight into the work of show runner Abe Audish and the team do to bring the latest Looney Tunes project to kids and fans alike! Bugs Bunny Builders is available to watch on Cartoonito, Cartoon Network and stream on MAX! The much beloved film-and-orchestra concert Bugs Bunny at the Symphony is returning to Los Angeles for the first time in eight years, and in a new home . . . the spectacular Microsoft Theater. The gala return performance takes place on Sunday, July 30, 2023, at 6:00 p.m., with 16 classic Looney Tunes shorts projected on the gigantic screen, while a large live symphony orchestra, conducted by Emmy Award winner George Daugherty, plays the iconic original Carl Stalling and Milt Franklyn scores live! In addition, an onslaught of Looney Tunes-themed activities will greet concert goers in the Microsoft's Foyer, creating an unprecedented deluxe experience in Los Angeles for fans of Bugs Bunny, Elmer Fudd, Daffy Duck, Porky Pig, and the rest of the gang. We'd also love to offer a 20% discount on tickets to followers of the Podcast! it's the "Friends Of Bugs Bunny" Discount https://www.axs.com/events/474254/bugs-bunny-at-the-symphony-tickets/promos/601458 Once there, they can enter the code 'friendsofbugs' (not case sensitive) and buy tickets for 20% off. (Photo: Eric Bauza (Left) Abe Audish (Center) Chandni Parekh (right) FOLLOW OUR GUEST: Chandni Parekh INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/chandniparekh_/ SABINA GRAVES IO9: https://gizmodo.com/author/sabinagraves TWITTER: https://twitter.com/SabinaHasNoR INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/thatladygraves/?hl=en GOING COOL PLACES: https://www.instagram.com/goingcoolplaces FOLLOW and SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST: Rate, Subscribe & Like on iTunes, Spotify and more! Instagram: THIS MEANS PODCAST Twitter: @ThisMeansPod
In French in this CDA S4#74/FR (monday online), "Acid ball and fiery hearth" by Mutuus Studio, read by Anne-Charlotte and in English in the CDAS4#75 /EN (wednesday online), "The reality of matter" an interview with Jim Friez and Saul Becker founders of Mutuus Studio with Kristen Becker.En français dans le CDA S4#72/FR (lundi en ligne) "Boule d'acide et foyer ardent" by Mutuus Studio, lu par Anne-Charlotte et en anglais dans le CDAS4#75/EN (mercredi en ligne), "La réalité de la matière" une interview avec Jim Friez et Saul Becker fondateurs de Mutuus Studio avec Kristen Becker.___Jim Friez architecte, Kristen Becker architecte et Saul Becker artiste, sont les trois fondateurs de l'agence d'architecture américaine Mutuus basée à Seattle, État de Washington aux Etats-Unis, dont l'approche est multiscalaire et multidisciplinaire. Ce croisement de disciplines et de compétences en fait une agence unique en son genre dans le paysage américain.Dans ce numéro de Com d'Archi, et comme il est d'usage, le désir d'architecture des protagonistes est interrogé et deux des projets de l'agence sont étudiés: un projet urbain incroyable au cour duquel une immense boule d'origine industrielle, dont le rôle originel est de bruler les déchets de métal par l'acide, est déplacée , et un autre projet de restaurant ou architecture, design intérieur et design d'objet fusionnent autour d'un foyer réel.Image teaser © Benjamin BenschneiderRéalisation son : Julien Rebours____Si le podcast COM D'ARCHI vous plaît n'hésitez pas :. à vous abonner pour ne pas rater les prochains épisodes,. à nous laisser des étoiles et un commentaire, :-),. à nous suivre sur Instagram @comdarchipodcast pourretrouver de belles images, toujours choisies avec soin, de manière à enrichirvotre regard sur le sujet. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Tara and EmKay continue their deep dive into breaking down Gregory Maguire's novel, Wicked: The Life and Times of the Wicked Witch of the West by discussing the first part of the chapter City of Emeralds! Rabbit holes include sharing stories of reconnecting with old friends through social media and beyond, diving into the nature of Elphaba and Foyer's relationship, questioning the identity of Mother Yackle (she LIVES!) and more! Stay tuned for Part 2 dropping this Wednesday.Show Notes:Withy WorkshopYvevationInstagram: @downtheyellowbrickpod#DownTheYBPTara: @taratagticklesEmKay: www.emilykayshrader.netEdited by: Emily Kay Shrader
The House Whisperer Dean Sharp returns to Wake Up Call with Jennifer Jones Lee to talk all about your home! What are foyers and hallways, really? And Dean talks all about that wiener in your home...even if you're not aware there is one.
Aux États-Unis, la jeunesse qui est placée en famille d'accueil présente deux fois plus de risque que les anciens combattants de souffrir de TSPT. Sixto Cancel fut placé dans une famille d'accueil à 11 mois et a vécu en personne les failles du système. Son projet, « Think of Us » [Pense à nous], financé par Audacious Project, a pour objectif de réformer l'assistance à l'enfance en centrant cette assistance sur la relation familiale, ou en plaçant l'enfant chez une membre de sa famille élargie. Découvrez davantage son projet d'aide à des milliers d'enfants qui cherchent une famille aimante - grâce à un élément simple et systémique. (Cette idée ambitieuse fait partie de Audacious Project, une initiative TED pour inspirer et financer le changement mondial.)
What do you get if you cross an elite-level goalkeeper, a man carrying a chopping board in his rucksack and someone who just can't wait to get ready for the weekend? That's right, you get the Elis James and John Robins show on BBC 5 Live. And whilst Elis never did get a chance to show off his chopping skills, he did get a chance to slice through some freshly picked correspondence about what weird advice listeners have been given (which was much more interesting than the onion-based fun we had planned). There was a rather controversial Made Up Game, we heard a toilet tale that stoked the embers of shame, the age-old question “How do you get a wolf to trust you?” is answered, and a listener shared their grievances with how people say “Goodbye… bye… bye… bye”.
Gary Sullivan suggests various ways to update and modernize the foyer in your home, including refinishing banisters and spindles, adding texture to walls, using DAP Eclipse for hole patches, cleaning or rejuvenating flooring, updating lighting fixtures, adding crown molding, and a fresh coat of paint. POTENTIAL ACTIONS:Consider refinishing banisters and spindles.Highlight the foyer wall with wainscoting. Use DAP eclipse to patch holes in foyer walls. Clean or rejuvenate hardwood flooring. - Upgrade lighting fixtures and consider crown molding.
Gary Sullivan suggests various ways to update and modernize the foyer in your home, including refinishing banisters and spindles, adding texture to walls, using DAP Eclipse for hole patches, cleaning or rejuvenating flooring, updating lighting fixtures, adding crown molding, and a fresh coat of paint. POTENTIAL ACTIONS:Consider refinishing banisters and spindles.Highlight the foyer wall with wainscoting. Use DAP eclipse to patch holes in foyer walls. Clean or rejuvenate hardwood flooring. - Upgrade lighting fixtures and consider crown molding.
It's just Kim and Jenn talking this week about all the things we usually talk about: aging/perimenopause, sorting out painful sex and what to do when your neck starts sweating, plus listener questions, many words on tattoos, the problem with dry shampoo, John Mulaney's new special, and a whole lot more!For exclusive bonus Everything Is Fine episodes — along with weekly style and culture recommendations — join our Patreon: patreon.com/everythingisfine. For Everything Is Fine merch, head to Tee Public: https://www.teepublic.com/user/everything-is-fine-the-podcastSHOW NOTES SHOW NOTESSara Schaefer's comedyJohn Mulaney's "Baby J" Netflix special"Mrs. Davis" on PeacockWorishofer sandalsAerosoles sandalsSorel sandals Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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durée : 00:28:43 - Les Nuits de France Culture - par : Albane Penaranda - Le jeu vidéo Pac-man est publié en 1980 sur borne d'Arcade, devenant un véritable phénomène. L'émission "Roue Libre" en 1983 se penche sur cette révolution de l'industrie du divertissement avec des entretiens et des témoignages sur l'intérêt pédagogique et l'effet de mode de ces nouveaux jouets.
In this episode of the podcast, I have an in-depth conversation with Aishwarya Ashok, Product Manager at Zoho and Creator of “The Prodcastt”, “The Founder's Foyer”, “One Good Thing” and “100+NotTech”. The Founder's Foyer is a space where creators, founders, and builders look for all the foundational concepts and support to grow their ideas into products. We discuss a broad-spectrum of topics ranging from her transition from Product Marketing to Product Management, advice for future and current Product Managers, product sustainability factors, Carnatic music, heritage walks, possibilities for AI, and much more! Key points in this episode: Emphasis on empathizing with users, picking and solving the right problems, and keeping personal preferences in check when giving feedback. Her comparison of Product Management to Stand-Up comedy. An in-depth analysis of the success of Duolingo and how it has proved to be a great example of a win-win for both the product and the user. The importance of social metrics and her non-belief in labels that restrict thinking. A closer look at her strong work ethic and how she's given herself the freedom to explore new things, including her newfound love of ‘urbanscaping'. Her love for her home city, Chennai, and how it influenced her thinking. How her grandparents instilled in her a sense of punctuality and a proactive spirit that she carries with her to this day. Additionally, this episode features an interesting ‘Deep Fire' (questions) round filled with some fun, deep, and detailed responses by Aishwarya. Show notes can be found here
Avec : Kaouther Ben Mohammed, présidente de l'association "Marseille en colère". Thomas Porcher, professeur d'économie. Et Charles Consigny, avocat. - Alain Marschall et Olivier Truchot présentent un show de 3 heures avec leurs invités, où actualité rime avec liberté de ton, sur RMC la radio d'opinion. Dans les Grandes Gueules, les esprits s'ouvrent et les points de vue s'élargissent. 3h de talk, de débats de fond engagés où la liberté d'expression est reine et où l'on en ressort grandi ! Cette année, une nouvelle séquence viendra mettre les auditeurs au cœur de cette émission puisque ce sont eux qui choisiront le débat du jour ! Et pour cette 18ème saison, Alain Marschall et Olivier Truchot, accompagnés des GG issues de la société civile feront la part belle à l'information et au divertissement. En simultané sur RMC Story.
Pour découvrir l'épisode en entier tapez " #310 - Jade Francine & Caroline Lamaud Dupont - WeMaintain & Anaxago - Entrepreneuriat et congé maternité : l'importance de trouver son équilibre " sur votre plateforme d'écoute.
Natürlich ist es wunderbar, einem Hund aus dem Tierschutz ein neues Zuhause zu schenken. Aber es gibt auch verständliche Gründe, warum Menschen sich für Hunde einer bestimmten Rasse begeistern und von einem Welpen aus guter Zucht träumen. Welche Gründe das sein können und wie wir einen richtig guten „Traum-Züchter“ finden können, das erfragt Madita in dieser neuen Folge von Kate. Studien zur Mütterlichen- & Züchterfürsorge: Fox, M. W. S., D. Stelzner (1966): Behavioural effects of differential early experience in the dog. Anim. Behav. 14: 273-281.; Fox, M.W. (1971): Integrative Development of Brain and Behaviour in the Dog. Chicago UP, Chicago; Foyer, P., E. Wilson, P. Jensen (2016): Levels of maternal care in dogs affect adult offspring temperament. Scient. Reports 6, 19253; Foyer, P., N. Bjällerhag, E. Wilsson, P. Jensen (2014): Behaviour and experiences of dogs during the first year of life predict the outcome in a later temperament test. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 155: 93-100; Gazzano, A., C. Marti, L. Notri, C. Sighiri, E. A. McBride (2008): Effect of early gentling and early environment on emotional development of puppies. Appl. Anim. Behav. Sci. 110: 294-304. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Rachelle, Ethan, and Christian fail their Sense and Perception checks and fall headlong into our favorite oozes, discovering that, in or out, never touch the pudding in a dungeon! We covered a fair amount of ground and cleaned it of all the moss we could and really dug into the nooks and crannies. This one gets slimy folks, so strap in for Oozes and Friends with our star: Gelatinous Cube! Submit any questions, comments, or corrections, by Tweeting @NatTwentyPod or emailing email@example.com. Thanks to Wizards of the Coast and TSR for their wonderful game that we all enjoy. Sources include: 5th Edition Monster Manual 4th Edition Monster Manual 3.5 Edition Monster Manual 1st Edition Monster Manual Out of the Abyss (5th Edition) Mordenkainen's Tome of Foes https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Star_jelly#Examples https://www.aqua-calc.com/page/density-table/substance/cork-coma-and-blank-solid Slime Molds: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Slime_mold https://www.nps.gov/articles/000/slime-molds.htm https://www.britannica.com/science/slime-mold https://hort.extension.wisc.edu/articles/slime-molds/ https://www.pbs.org/newshour/science/the-sublime-slime-mold https://www.usu.edu/herbarium/education/fun-facts-about-fungi/slime-molds https://www.fungimag.com/winter-2010-articles/slime_molds.pdf Jelly Fish: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jellyfish https://kids.nationalgeographic.com/animals/invertebrates/facts/jellyfish https://www.britannica.com/animal/jellyfish https://oceanservice.noaa.gov/facts/jellyfish.html https://www.thoughtco.com/facts-about-jellyfish-4102061 Siphonophores: https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/siphonophore https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Portuguese_man_o%27_war https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Siphonophorae http://www.siphonophores.org/ https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Praya_dubia
Am heutigen Donnerstag kamen Bund, Länder und Kommunen zu einem Flüchtlingsgipfel zusammen, um über die Unterbringung und Versorgung von Asylbewerbern und Geflüchteten zu sprechen. Mehr finanzielle Unterstützung bekommen die Kommunen erst einmal nicht. Stattdessen einigten sich die Beteiligten laut Bundesinnenministerin Nancy Faeser (SPD) auf ständige Gremien zur Lastenaufteilung. Die wichtigsten Ergebnisse des Gipfels analysiert Tilman Steffen, Politikredakteur bei ZEIT ONLINE. Die Staatsoper Hannover hat sich endgültig von ihrem Ballettdirektor Marco Goecke getrennt. Dieser war zunächst suspendiert worden, nachdem er am vergangenen Wochenende im Foyer des Opernhauses eine Journalistin der Frankfurter Allgemeinen Zeitung mit Hundekot beschmiert hatte. Der Anteil der Einser-Abiturnoten ist während der Corona-Pandemie gestiegen. Laut Notenstatistik der Kultusministerkonferenz erreichte 2022 von 310.000 Abiturientinnen und Abiturienten mindestens jeder Vierte einen Notenschnitt zwischen 1,0 und 1,9. Was noch? Das kleine ABC des Karnevals Moderation und Produktion: Ole Pflüger (https://www.zeit.de/autoren/P/Ole_Pflueger/index) Redaktion: Jannis Carmesin (https://www.zeit.de/autoren/C/Jannis_Carmesin) Mitarbeit: Clara Löffler Fragen, Kritik, Anregungen? Sie erreichen uns unter firstname.lastname@example.org. Weitere Links zur Folge: Bundesinnenministerin: Jetzt live: Nancy Faeser zu den Ergebnissen des Flüchtlingsgipfels (https://www.zeit.de/politik/deutschland/2023-02/nancy-faeser-fluechtlingsgipfel-bund-live) Flüchtlingsgipfel: Nancy Faeser verspricht mehr Kooperation – aber nicht mehr Geld (https://www.zeit.de/politik/deutschland/2023-02/nancy-faeser-fluechtlingsgipfel-bund-laender-kommunen) Hundekot-Attacke: Staatsoper Hannover trennt sich von Marco Goecke (https://www.zeit.de/kultur/2023-02/hundekot-attacke-staatsoper-hannover-marco-goecke) Staatsoper Hannover: Der Scheiß von Hannover (https://www.zeit.de/kultur/2023-02/hannover-ballettechef-hundekot-kritik) Schule: Zahl der Einserabis in der Pandemie gestiegen (https://www.zeit.de/gesellschaft/schule/2023-02/schule-abitur-corona-mehr-einser) Thema: Abitur (https://www.zeit.de/thema/abitur)
durée : 00:03:10 - La chronique d'Anthony Bellanger - par : Anthony BELLANGER - Karachi vient d'inaugurer une ligne de bus exclusivement destinée aux femmes. Une mesure destinée à permettre notamment leur insertion sur le marché de l'emploi.
durée : 00:03:10 - La chronique d'Anthony Bellanger - par : Anthony BELLANGER - Karachi vient d'inaugurer une ligne de bus exclusivement destinée aux femmes. Une mesure destinée à permettre notamment leur insertion sur le marché de l'emploi.
Join Valerie and author, theologian, and scholar Blaire Ostler as they tackle the beauty of speculative theology through their analysis of Blaire's book “Queer Mormon Theology”. In this bold and beautiful book, Blaire invites her readers to consider multiple traditional Mormon-specific beliefs through a queer lens, showing us how a robust theology is ALWAYS inviting of study, questioning, and re-evaluation to become more reflective of the Savior we profess to worship. Blaire Maintains through multiple ideas and examples that we as disciplines of Jesus Christ are not only invited to widen our theological views, but encouraged to do so, actively participating in the democratic process of common consent. Listen to this beautiful conversation and find yourself a copy of Queer Mormon Theology. *** Dialogue Podcasting Network Podcast/episode referenced in this episode: “The Foyer”: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-foyer/id1589860799?i=1000550522621 ************************************************* Contact Valerie at email@example.com to get on a waitlist for one of her space limited processing/support groups mentioned in this episode.
Dans l'episode 93 de Shine, j'ai le plaisir de recevoir Hélène Bonhomme des Fabuleuses au Foyer pour parler de la santé émotionnelle des mamans et de burn out maternel !Conférencière, écrivaine, chroniqueuse et entrepreneuse, Hélène est maman de 4 enfants. Depuis 2014, elle multiplie les initiatives dédiées à la santé émotionnelle des mères. Fondatrice du site fabuleusesaufoyer.com sur lequel elle partage sa vie ordinaire de maman avec authenticité. Hélène envoie un mail quotidien qui fait rire et pleurer plus de 150 000 abonnées au saut du lit. Hélène a écrit deux livres : C'est décidé, je suis fabuleuse, paru en 2006 et Que ta journée soit belle, paru en 2022.Elle a aussi créé des spectacles ayant rassemblé plus de 2000 femmes, ainsi que des formations en ligne dont le VILLAGE pour accompagner et soutenir les mamans. Dans cet épisode, nous abordons :Ce qu'est le burn-out maternelCe que nous projetons aujourd'hui dans nos enfantsComment ne pas mettre notre bonheur dans les mains de notre conjoint ou nos enfants.Pourquoi développer l'amour de soi pour être une mère épanouieL'importance d'honorer notre énergie féminineCe que veut dire être une fabuleuse !Le pouvoir thérapeutique de l'écritureComment se sentir soutenue dans son couplePour en savoir plus sur le programme La Voie d'Athéna et vous inscrire sur la liste d'attente, CLIQUEZ ICI.Pour candidater à la session 2023 du Mastermind C'est parti, j'écris mon livre, CLIQUEZ ICI.Si vous avez aimé cet épisode, nous vous invitons à découvrir les épisodes suivants :ÉPISODE 20 | Femmes, je nous aimeÉPISODE 25 | Voir nos ados autrement | Conversation avec Florence LeroyÉPISODE 84 | J'élève mon enfant du mieux que je peux | Conversation avec Isabelle PailleauÉPISODE 88 | Du burn out au born out | Conversation avec Astrid Le Fur===================Comment soutenir ce podcast ?Le meilleur moyen de le faire est de vous abonner au podcast Shine! sur Apple Podcast, et d'y laisser votre avis en lui donnant 5 étoiles ! *Et bien sûr, n'hésitez pas à faire connaître Shine en le partageant à toutes les personnes qui vous sont chères et qui aspirent elles aussi à prendre le pouvoir sur leur vie et rayonner.Aller plus loin ensemble ?Abonnez-vous à ma newsletter.
durée : 00:15:20 - Journal de 8 h - 100 euros dans le porte monnaie des Français les plus modestes qui se rendent au travail en voiture. L'aide entre en vigueur ce lundi alors que les prix à la pompe ne cessent de grimper.
The family of Randisha Love still looking for a killer more than six years after the body of the Georgia teen was found in her home. The last words Love said to her mother was, " I love you, Mommy" earlier that day. The teen girl was found lying in her own blood, shot, in the foyer of her home. Love, along with her mother, Katara Hamm, and three brothers, lived in College Park with Hamm's parents. The grandparents weren't home. They were out of town attending a funeral. Hamm and her youngest son found Love, behind an unlocked, but unopened door. Investigators say they're still following a few leads in the case, but no suspects have been named. Joining Nancy Grace Today: Katara Hamm - Victim's Mother, Facebook: "Justice4Randisha" James Shelnutt - 27 years Atlanta Metro Area Major Case Detective, Former S.W.A.T. officer, Attorney (Gadsden, AL), The Shelnutt Law Firm, P.C., ShelnuttLawFirm.com, Twitter: @ShelnuttLawFirm, Dr. Angela Arnold - Psychiatrist, Atlanta GA, AngelaArnoldMD.com, Expert in the Treatment of Pregnant/Postpartum Women, Former Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Obstetrics and Gynecology: Emory University, Former Medical Director of The Psychiatric Ob-Gyn Clinic at Grady Memorial Hospital Dr. Tim Gallagher - Medical Examiner State of Florida PathcareMed.com, Lecturer: University of Florida Medical School Forensic Medicine, Founder/Host: International Forensic Medicine Death Investigation Conference Sheryl McCollum - Forensic Expert, Founder: Cold Case Investigative Research Institute in Atlanta, GA, ColdCaseCrimes.org, @ColdCaseTips Dave Mack - Crime Online Investigative Reporter Facebook: "Justice4Randisha" TIPLINE: Fulton County Police Department (404) 613-6529See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Cet épisode est un court extrait de l'épisode 97 Hélène Bonhomme : Après un burn-out maternel de professeur des écoles à fondatrice des Fabuleuses au foyer Pour découvrir tous les liens pour la suivre, rdv sur pourquoipasmoi.co : http://pourquoipasmoi.co/ Pour en savoir + sur le bilan de compétences nouvelle génération (100% finançable avec le CPF) : https://pourquoipasmoi.co/bilan-de-competences Pour vous inscrire à la newsletter : https://pourquoipasmoi.co/newsletter Pour suivre l'aventure sur instagram, c'est là : https://www.instagram.com/pourquoipasmoi.co/ Pour découvrir le livre "Et si je changeais de métier", c'est ici. : http://pourquoipasmoi.co/livre-et-si-je-changeais-de-metier Pour écouter le TEDx “Je n'ai plus peur du dimanche soir” : https://urlz.fr/joCP
Aujourd'hui j'ai l'immense plaisir de recevoir Hélène Bonhomme. Hélène a une énergie incroyable et un parcours plus qu'inspirant. Alors qu'elle finit ses études de philosophie, elle décide de changer de voie et devenir professeur des écoles, après 4 ans d'enseignement dans la souffrance, un congé parental de 3 ans avec ses jumeaux et un burn-out, Hélène décide de transformer son blog Les fabuleuses au foyer en une entreprise. Aujourd'hui, Hélène anime avec son équipe une communauté de 150k fabuleuses et est la maman de 4 enfants et un au ciel, pour reprendre ses mots. Je ne vous en dis pas plus, je vous souhaite la bienvenue dans l'univers de Hélène Bonhomme. Pour découvrir tous les liens pour la suivre, rdv sur pourquoipasmoi.co : http://pourquoipasmoi.co/ Pour en savoir + sur le bilan de compétences nouvelle génération (100% finançable avec le CPF) : https://pourquoipasmoi.co/bilan-de-competences Pour vous inscrire à la newsletter : https://pourquoipasmoi.co/newsletter Pour suivre l'aventure sur instagram, c'est là : https://www.instagram.com/pourquoipasmoi.co/ Pour découvrir le livre "Et si je changeais de métier", c'est ici. : http://pourquoipasmoi.co/livre-et-si-je-changeais-de-metier Pour écouter le TEDx “Je n'ai plus peur du dimanche soir” : https://urlz.fr/joCP
Selon certaines projections, 50 000 personnes seraient arrivées au Canada l'an dernier en empruntant le Chemin Roxham, une route de campagne en théorie interdite entre les États-Unis et le sud du Québec. Des Haïtiens, des Mexicains, des Colombiens, des Congolais empruntent ce passage, car il leur permet de demander l'asile. La politique canadienne très restrictive d'octroi de visas limite les demandes à l'aéroport. Le problème, c'est que les organismes d'accueil manquent de ressources pour fournir un hébergement d'urgence et aider les migrants dans leurs démarches. Plusieurs doivent se résoudre à dormir dehors faute d'un toit disponible. De notre correspondante à Montréal, « On est obligés de refuser beaucoup de gens. Sur toute l'île de Montréal, on est trois organismes à faire de l'hébergement pour des familles demandeuses d'asile », explique Eva Garcia Turgeon. Elle coordonne le Foyer du monde, qui accueille une vingtaine de familles venues au Canada pour demander protection. Une goutte d'eau dans l'océan de migrants qui fuient leur pays pour aboutir à Montréal. À chaque semaine, on cogne à notre porte avec des personnes qui sont en pleurs, des femmes avec leurs enfants qui ne savent pas où aller dormir, où passer la nuit, parce qu'il n'y a rien, il n'y a aucune option pour elles. Là, c'est l'hiver qui s'en vient. Donc, ça fait peur, ça fait vraiment peur, parce qu'on n'a pas de ressources, et on n'a pas assez d'aide, pour pouvoir accueillir ces personnes-là. Depuis la réouverture des frontières avec les États-Unis, les demandeurs d'asile passent à nouveau par un chemin frontalier interdit, mais connu de tous, au sud du Québec. Ces dizaines de milliers de personnes arrivent à Montréal, une ville où le prix des appartements explose, comme l'explique cette Mexicaine d'origine. « Le problème, c'est qu'on a une crise de logement, et le propriétaire chaque jour augmente le loyer parce qu'il y a une demande. Je voudrais que le gouvernement aussi s'implique parce qu'il y a beaucoup de propriétaires qui sont abusifs », dit-elle. Les enfants vivent mal leur acclimatation Confrontés à un manque de services à leur arrivée au Canada, de nombreux demandeurs d'asile vivent difficilement leur acclimatation. Arthur Durieux, qui a fondé l'organisme d'hébergement Le Pont, constate que les conditions difficiles sur la route affectent aussi les enfants. Des jeunes enfants de 5 ou 6 ans qui ne parlent pas, qui sont soit très violents, soit très affectueux avec des personnes qui ne sont pas leurs parents ou leurs familles. On a des enfants qui ne grandissent plus, les parents nous disent ils ont arrêté de grandir, ils ne mangent pas correctement, ils dorment plus. Faire pipi au lit, faire des cauchemars, crier, tous les enfants qu'on a vus, on a observé des rapports de ça. Maria a dû fuir le Nicaragua et laissé son fils de 6 ans, après avoir été harcelée par la police lors des dernières élections. « Je n'avais plus accès à mes médicaments, le stress augmentait, mon moral était affecté », explique Maria. « Un jour, ils sont venus chez moi, en mettant tout à sac, et en me volant. Sur le mur, ils ont écrit des menaces de mort. C'est là que j'ai décidé de partir rapidement pour le Canada, pour ne pas mourir. » La jeune femme prépare sa demande d'asile, en espérant faire venir son fils d'ici à deux ans, si elle l'obtient.
durée : 00:29:31 - LSD, la série documentaire - par : Perrine Kervran - Après la mort de Staline en 1953, le nouveau nerf de la guerre froide, c'est le confort de vie. Les Etats-Unis avec l'Europe occidentale ont une longueur d'avance. Une promesse de bonheur par la consommation qui préoccupe aussi à l'Est, conscient du danger représenté par ce nouveau front.
Samuel est l'un des rares papa que j'ai interrogé dans Milkshaker, et comme cela fait longtemps que je n'ai pas eu un homme au micro, je vous propose une rediffusion de cet épisode que j'ai eu plaisir à tourner.Je suis ravie de recevoir aujourd'hui un nouveau papa dans Milkshaker : c'est Samuel @samueletgaspard qui a accepté de me répondre.Samuel est père au foyer. Il a décidé d'interrompre ses études de médecine pour accompagner Gaspard, son fils.Samuel va vous raconter depuis sa place de père comment il a vécu l'allaitement de son fils, les démarrages compliqués, les doutes, comment il se sont heurtés avec Léa à un corps médical pas toujours à l'écoute, et comment s'être informés en amont leur a permis de le traverser.La place du papa ? pour lui une évidence, cela ne se résume pas à donner des biberons, il va vous confier tout ce qu'il pense essentiel outre la nourriture physique, et comment il a accompagné Léa et Gaspard dans cette aventure.Samuel c'est aussi ce Papa engagé, pour un congé paternité plus long avec le #1moisminimum qu'il partage avec 9 autres pères, et Ce papa Cusinier, qui sort bientôt un livre dont il va vous parler.Je vous laisse découvrir ou redécouvrir Samuel.Belle écoute.Charlotte Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/privacy pour plus d'informations.
Jason Tangalin and Pono Matthews and the Foil Fever Ohana organized the Foilers of Aloha Classic foil contest on Kauai, held on Nov. 26th, 2022. The event was blessed with great conditions, a stoked community of foilers and next level performance in the waves. This interview contains drone footage of the contest, the second half also has footage documenting our 3 day trip with the crew from Oahu, we scored good wing foiling conditions on the Friday before the event. If you can, watch it at high resolution on a big screen, enjoy! Watch the foil surf contest highlights video here: https://youtu.be/BUQSkESvnjg We hope you liked the video, please give it a thumbs up and subscribe to the blueplanetsurf YouTube channel, we post a new video every Saturday morning, Aloha! Please come visit one of our shops on Oahu: Hale'iwa shop and rental location: Blue Planet Hale'iwa 62-620F Kamehameha Highway Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712 Tel (808) 888 0786 Open daily, 9 am to 5 pm http://www.blueplanetadventure.com Honolulu store- - Hawaii's SUP and Foil HQ: Blue Planet Surf 1221 Kona St Honolulu, Hi 96814 Tel (808) 596 7755 open 10 am to 5 pm Hawaii Time, closed Wednesdays and Sundays http://www.blueplanetsurf.com Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bpsurf/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/blueplanetsurf Find Paradise Aloha! Transcript: Aloha friends, it's Robert Stehlik. Welcome to another episode of the Blue Planet Show. I know it's been a while since I posted the last show, but today's show is awesome. You don't wanna miss it if you love foiling. And I also have two more interviews scheduled. I'm really excited about those. One is with Mike's lab, Mike and Stefano, they make some of the fastest foils available. I just got one after waiting for many months for it, and I'm excited to try it and talk about it on that show. And then also I have an interview scheduled with Ken Winter, who I've been get trying to get for a very long time. He's a former windsurfing world champion and the designer of the wings at Duo Tone. So I'm really excited to talk to him about wing design and so on. So stay tuned for those two episodes. And today's show is all about the Foil Fever Ohana, Jason Tangalin and Pono Matthews, the organizers of the Foyers of Aloha Classic event, which was held last weekend at Kalapaki Beach, which had some of the most amazing performance and conditions in any foil contest to date. So you don't wanna miss it. And if you have a high speed internet connection, You are gonna want to watch it at full resolution on a big screen cuz the footage is amazing. But of course you can also listen to it as a podcast on your favorite podcast app. During the interview, I only played the footage from the contest, which is of the first half of the interview. And then we just kept talking story for a long time. So I also included footage from our first day on Kauai, where we had two really good wing foil sessions, some really good footage from of wing foiling on Kauai in the second half. And then also the day after the contest, some surf foiling mark Surf foiling at Kak Beach. So I really hope you enjoy this episode of the Foyers of Aloha Classic. And without further ado, please welcome Jason and Pono from the Foil Fever Ohana. Welcome Jason and Pono to the Blue Planet Show. Thanks so much for being my guest today. Yeah, no problem. Right on. So yeah, I just got back last weekend you guys had that awesome contest at KAK Beach and the conditions were amazing. I was just telling Jason, I think it was, probably the best foil contest yet, in terms of the performance to a whole nother level and then the conditions and everything. Just an amazing event. And yeah, congratulations on putting together this awesome. Thank you. Thank you very much. Yeah. And then also, just the whole community that you put together, all the people that are involved in it and the, the party afterwards with food and everything. And it was, it is just a, it was just a great experience for everybody. And myself and a few others from Oahu we went over there to actually to do the, do wind race. And then unfortunately that the wind just died. Like we had super strong wind the whole week before, and then the week of the contest had just died off. Yeah. God, that's God telling us. Okay. One day's good enough for you, . Yeah. Yeah, so yeah, talk a little bit maybe about all the work that's involved in putting together contest like this. It starts with the big thing is trying to get the permits and we can't really do anything put anything out on social media to receives the authorization from Koi for us to get to put on a contest. But this year we tried to put out a little bit more social media than usual. We knew it was gonna come to be a lot of hard work cause of the first year we did it, it was a lot of hard work. But I don't know. It worked out making the shirts, getting all the sponsors. Initially on our first contest, we made it work. So Koi was the host. We made it where 60% of the competitors was from Koi, their hometown. And then 40% is spread it all over the state in California and Texas to give the local boys their an opportunity to join. And there was a lot of 'em that did the first contest that wanted, they wanted to just watch on this one. So it allowed me to invite a lot more from the state, which was good. And I try to, we try to invite invite the best of the best, and from the first contest to now, three years later the progression has gone on a whole nother level that we never thought it would ever be, because on our first one we're like, oh, I can't wait for next year. Yeah. I was like, but three years later it's a whole new world, that's for sure. Yeah. So the first one the first inaugural event was in 2019. And then basically, Whole pandemic came in the way. And then, so you this is really the second contest you guys are holding and Yeah, like you said the whole yeah, the performance just went through the roof, it seemed it just yeah, it's like crazy how exciting it was to watch the whole thing. Yeah. But, okay and I have a whole bunch of video. I posted that video with the highlights and then I made a longer video for this interview that we, we can show it and talk about it, but we still want to make it fun to listen to as a podcast as well. But I'm gonna actually just start screen sharing while we're talking. So that way welcome to comment on the video or just talk about the, your, whatever we're talking about. But I'm just gonna play this in the background. So this was the contest events item I'm just gonna play versus that video of the highlights. And can you guys see the video? Okay? Yes, you can. That's JD Irons. Okay. . So yeah, just actually let's talk a little bit about the conditions, cuz it, like the day before and the day after, it was just normal small waves and then this day was just yeah. Let's talk about that a little bit. Yeah, for sure. The day before we were all there doing the, we had the beach. On Friday. So we saw some other guys out there practicing and we were like, oh, there's some waves. It's like normal cak waves kinda slow. Me and my uncle and some of the other guys were talking and we were we hope there's waves tomorrow. Cause we weren't too sure. Like we never anticipated this swell to hit. Some of us were talking about it like, oh, okay, there's a big north swell and we know kak will get it if we have that trade winds also. And then Friday, I think we're talking about how the the soil is actually gonna switch directions for more northeast well, so we're like, oh, okay, we're definitely gonna have waves. But the trippy part about, its when we got there at 30 in the morning, I believe to set up the canoe club and then all we see is just water, covering water and boulder's big, huge rocks just covering up the road and we can hear the waves breaking over the brick wall. And we're like, we look at each other and we're like, oh my goodness, it's bombing it. It's gotta be really good. So that , I think that was the most exciting part, was just seeing that sunrise come over the mountain and just seeing the sets just rolling. And it was just definitely un unbelievable for all of us. I think we never anticipated it. It all worked out in the end, swallow all day long. Good waves. Yeah, and kak too. It's like the whole place is a little bit almost like an am amphitheater where like everyone's sitting around watching and and just the crowd, the, like the whole, the audio from the crowd. I wish I had recorded that to put with the video cuz it was just like cool to , hear all the comments and the cheers and whatever, it was just, yeah, it was just an experience to, to everyone was super excited about, the whole contest and watching every ride and like cheering everyone on. So that was definitely a good part of it. And a lot lot of good white pods, like this one . Yeah. That was me. Yeah. Yeah. That was, yeah, that was a good one. So a lot of, there was like a lot of kinda sick double ups Yeah. Where the thing just like would drop out from underneath you, it seemed right? Yeah. That's from the lower tide. Huh? So it's crazy because the last time we had a swell, like this was hurricane in Wow. It was never this big, and we didn't anticipate how glassy it would. Because the first contest, it was as big as this, but it wasn't glassy. It was really windy, very stormy. So all the really good guys got it was very hard for them. And that's why the guys, they're so used to it. They got really, they did really good on that one home advantage if, you know that wave, right? Yeah. It gets a, it gets tricky out there. Especially with this kind of swell too. And on that low tide, it was super shallow out there. Like some of these sets when we had to duck dive, we're duck diving on dry reef. So we would get stuck on the reef trying to duck dive and just get smashed. Yeah. Oh my God. I think Kane actually did a a bottom turn and he hit reef Wow. On one of his waves. Yeah. So it was shallow, like no one knew it was that shallow on the inside. Yeah. On this video I put in as much as I could at trying to get everybody's rides on there. Like even, some of the not so perfect rides and all the wipe outs and stuff like that. Just so you can see a little bit how it definitely was a pretty challenging, the conditions were pretty challenging. There's a lot of a lot of wipe outs, a lot. The takeoff was tricky cuz you couldn't take off too far inside, cuz then it backed off and then, but yet, so you had to be in just the right place to take off. But yeah, maybe talk a little bit about the conditions and challenges. So on the high tide it's a little bit easier to take off at. We call this shoulders, it's called. And so in the beginning of the heat or the beginning of the contest, a lot of guys was taking off on the outside. But when that low tide came in, a lot of guys like Jack was smart. He would stay way inside, do a chip shot, and then go out and catch that one big wave. Because that's the one that everyone was looking at from the start, taking out that big bottom turn. Pono and I think JD was in the, on the outside, local guys was on the outside trying to paddle into it, which, it helped them. But then like I know one of the wave. The wave that the, was, that 3 43 wave dropped the wipe out . But then what they didn't see was your drop into that wave, that drop into that wave was heavy. So for him to take that drop and you can't really, yeah, the floors are seeing it from the judge's point, but they're not really, for some reason, they weren't looking at those type of critical drop-ins. They were waiting for the second wave on seeing what, because it's oh, okay, that's gonna see what he got. And those three for three was probably the best three wins I've ever seen. Whole time. That was literally one after another . Yeah. Yeah, it was amazing. But yeah, if you seen Ponos drop, cause like I said, Pono and JD Irons was hanging on the outside trying to take out yeah, that was more my mentality. Cause this is a spot I always foil, so I look for those steeper takeoffs, those more critical sections on the, those takeoffs. Cause if you stick those takeoffs, it's a lot harder to do compared to a chip in shot. For me, that was my mentality to try to take off as deep as I could. And if I I make it. If I don't try. But yeah. Yeah. Sorry. I think for some reason it's like I, I played the same video over and over here. Wait, I s's a great thought. Think I the wrong one here. This is be exciting . It's pretty dope. And I was watching it on my phone and I was like, so now I'm watching it on the big screen. I'm like, Ooh, wow. It looks way more heavy. , I gotta plug it through my, to my big tv. Yeah. Yeah. And I actually, I rendered it in high resolution, like for k I think so, so it should be pretty cool to watch on the big screen too. So sorry. I had the was playing the, just the short version. But yeah. So in this one I just tried to put as much footage as I had into it. The different riders and stuff, everybody can check it out. I was trying to turn off the volume. That's what happened. Okay. There go. Okay. So actually the question that people had was about the rules. So let's go over the contest rules what were the rules for proning? What were the rules for stand paddling and so on. Maybe go over that a little bit. On our first contest, I got my cousins together, other people that I was. Helped me start the whole foiling evolution going on. And it was it wasn't easy because as a foreigner, that foiling can go in any direction towards the end. We got into, arguments and this and that we, we needed to just stick with one point. But our idea was to, whatever we do in the contest is what we as a fo fever guys like to see in the real world means of safety wise. So leash required our big thing is not coming in within 20 feet of another person as the other guy, as the other person drops in. And then obviously no dropping in and stuff like that. But those are the two main parts of it. The stand up and everybody else have the same rules except for the stand ups. They, they could use straps if they wanted to. . Yeah, so I talk a little bit about that. Cause I know it's a little bit controversial that the foot strap thing. So why, what is your reasoning behind not allowing foot straps for the, for prone foiling? The big reason is not a lot of guys foil strap. So it'd be unfair for the straps and the straps go against each other. So it was easier for us to have straps because the guys with straps, they would have to buy a board that has straps or put on straps and it would be a lot easier if we went the other way around. And this contest, in the beginning I had an expression session for straps, but in the long run I wanted, we wanted to make sure that we had everybody surf at least twice. So I took up that straps expression session for that one heat. But that's the main reason. Plus, you gotta look at the score too. If versus one guy with straps versus another guy without straps, the whole scoring would be totally different because if the strap guy is doing just a front side whitewater whack, compared to a guy doing a strapless whitewater wax, same thing. I would rather score the guy without straps higher points than the guy with chefs because it's a lot more critical and it's a lot harder to do without straps. Yeah, agreed. And it's amazing that there is so many aerial maneuvers without straps, that Yeah. Yeah. I dunno who it was, but somebody did a back flip. . Yeah. Back flip, double rail, grab back flip . I saw that. I, oh, so and then Mateo was doing 360 airs. Yeah. And he threw the boosting air. So it's not to say that you cannot do these things, do without straps. It's possible. It nof legal's doing it. Why can't we? But yeah, it's just because of that less money spent on trying to get a board with straps. I wanted to make it even for everyone. Yeah. Oh, ammonias. Yeah. And then this was the wave on the right side of the bay. And I was, there was like some ma beautiful barrels coming through Yeah. On that side too. Yeah. This is my favorite RA in the whole wide world for surfing. We won't say the name, but, yeah. Yeah. Let's keep that a secret . Okay. But yeah, just, the waves were just unreal. And they just kept coming too. It wasn't like, just one set, it was just like, it seemed like just, it just, the waves just kept coming and coming. It was pretty impressive. Yeah. Cause the next day we arrived and it was half the, And there was a lot of laws. And same thing with the first contest. It was literally, it was like just as big as this contest and then the next day went completely flat. So I don't know how, or I don't know, God's giving us some good waves and, and some, I believe that the locals are like they should know that every time they know that we have a contest they should know that had waves. So guaranteed huge waves, right? ? Yeah, I think it's like an overall, everyone, we did the beach cleanup. The camaraderie inside and outside the water, all the support that we've had. All the hard work we put into this, people flying from all over, supporting this contest, supporting the cause for, the maana women in need. I think overall, I think that is what helped us have these kind of waves. To me it, because the day before and the day after was totally different compared to our contest. So I truly believe that it was in all together everybody coming together as a whole for this contest. Made it happen. Yeah, definitely. The good energy brought nature brought it to together definitely. And nobody knows about Thursday Pono and I went out when it was going like 30, 40 miles an hour. Winds we're winging and we paid the price for that one. We were the only two guys out at Calak and we didn't have the right equipment and it was blowing so hard that we couldn't make it back. So we ended up in, we ended up in the harbor, holy back. And I felt so bad. But then I turned around 10 minutes later and I seen pono behind me is okay, good. I don't feel, I don't feel like a retard now. . So what the wind direction, is it kinda offshore there or or which what's the wind direction when it's Tradewinds? Yeah, it's basically straight offshore. But what's a good about Calak is it tells you where the swell is on the island, except for that northwest or a straight west swell. Cause it'll this, when the big salt swell it'll still break, break like this except for that surf on the right hand side. So it'll tell you this bay will tell you where the salt side has. Or the east side waves or the Northeast will have waves. This is a totally indication of the whole island, basically. It's pretty cool. Yeah. I mean it's amazing cuz it seems like a fairly small entrance into the, into that bay for it to catch so many swell directions, and it's same direction that 40 degree direction that Kahan Bay has. Ka Yeah. Which is like a every time. So every time I'm surfing, I'm foing at Kahan Bay. I already know that Kak Bay is going on all Cause we would call each other. We would call each other and be like, what? Kak? Yep. Kak Gateway. What? Kohan? Yep. . . Yep. That's pretty cool. Okay okay, so let's go back to the to the rules cuz actually Derek had some questions about that and stuff too. Like in, in terms of the the scoring criteria, like what were the judges looking for? To, for the points and stuff? Wello I'm sorry, the Danny. Yeah, I know. It's so distraction. It's unreal. Sorry, watching the video. Yeah. points wise was wanted to make it like the surfing, speed, power flow as surfing. I don't see us as, a little bit, we're not a considered ourselves the way we surf the same way or foil the same way we surf. Years, few years ago no one was doing it and then we started to do it years ago and like, why can't we surf it foiled it like a surf surfboard. And I wanted to make sure that the progression goes towards that end. And on the judging scale standing critical traditions the type of waves Jack won the prone for many different reasons, but he is also caught one of the biggest waves of the day. And then so on a foil, the speed is there. So we have no comparison to two surfing. But yeah, we just want to judge it the same way we do surfing style. Ok. Kinda stay more in that critical section in that pocket. And instead of just staying away from all the white water and all that, we wanna see, be able to come back, cut back and hit it if possible. On this day it was, you'd be on a whole nother level if you're cracking it. White water snapped off the top on a bomb set, in front of me too. And he landed it, that's the type of stuff. It's just unreal, but didn't do it in the finals. But yeah, those are the type of stuff that you'll, you rarely see on a foil. And it is good this year, and that's where the progression we thought would be three years ago. And looking at it now, it's, we never thought would well hit white water or doing the airs, Arizona, the foil, but these guys are doing it on pretty big waves now and going for the barrel too. That was going for the barrel. Yeah. . Yeah. Yeah. And, but the crazy thing is these guys going for the barrel that they know is gonna close out like pono and two waves in a row, he knows it's gonna close out, but he the adrenaline of the competition and he can, he, I ask him like, when you came out, did you hear the crowd? And he was like, dude, you can totally hear the crowd. I was like, . Oh. Cause you rob, you were out there and oh my gosh. The crowd was just so pumped. It was unreal. Oh yeah. It was a great, I couldn't hear the crowd. It was like a, almost like a live concert or something like that is what it felt like. A little way I could hear, I, it's like reaction more than I could hear you announcing . Oh really? I, how loud it was. Yeah, because I was speechless. That's why , yeah. I mean there was that one where you just like pointed, maybe talk about that one wave where you just like flying down the line. There was backside grabbing the rail and then just so fast that you just couldn't keep the foil in the water. Oh was, that was j. That was jd. Jd, sorry. JD Irons and that wave Ash won him the white ball. Hopeful the wipe out of the day. Cause everybody was getting wipe outs, but the amount of speed that he was getting on that wave and was a big set, we had to give him that. Cause it was just, I felt my eardrums pop when heed. And that was backside too. That's even more crazy. Yeah. More scary. Riley. Yeah, I that's the speed that he was flying on the reve and then just coming to a complete stop. Just what? Hitting the water. Full speed. yeah's. It's not a fun, it doesn't good, but it good to the crowd. . Yeah. You get his ways so good. Okay. Right on. Yeah. So and then originally you had planned for the Sunday to do like a down wind race, right? So where would that have been? Like what was the plan course, if there was wind and yeah. What was the plan for the down race? Cuz Yeah, that was so pri primarily we wanted Caia to end it at the Jeti right here in Coate Bay. Okay. It's about a, I don't know, maybe a 10, 12 mile stretch straight northeast. And it was looking good, but that wind started to come early Thursday, Friday, which thank God, because Saturday would've been my, my God. It would've been so heavy on if the winds came out on Saturday it would be like outta control, but would've been a whole different scene. Yeah. All the boys, you know that no whole new thing is the winging and everyone is really, actually excited about that. But yeah. Bummer that we had to not hold it but it was a good time next time, I guess on Saturday. Yeah. Yeah. I thought this kid, Mateo was a real standout as well cuz he was doing both the standup division and the prone division. Yeah. Yep. And this is his second time doing that. Yeah, same thing. Back in 2019, he won first Inop and second in pro. Yeah. And then it's pretty amazing cuz he went like from, and there was like no break between the heats too. So he went like from the pro standup final straight switchboards and straight into the prone final. Yeah. . And, it happens that way. That's the consequences of trying to enter so much divisions. You're gonna have those moments where you go back to back. But it is not even 20. I don't believe. So I, his energy level is on a, on another level. Yeah. For sure. Yeah. If that was me, I would've been like, oh no, thanks. I'm good. . Yeah. Take. Yeah. What was I gonna ask? Yeah. Oh yeah. The different divisions and the results. Are the, have final results posted somewhere? Sort of. I, did, I post everything but the pro cause we lost the results. . Okay. And I'm still searching for it. I know someone took a picture of it, but yeah, I know. I don't even have the results in front of me. Is it double? No worries. But yeah, I, some maybe I can put, maybe you can send me the results later or whatever I can post on this video as well. But people were asking like, what are the, cause you only announced three finishes or whatever. Alright. But and then yeah, they were asked, people were asking, what about making a two day event? Also the judging like is it's on the side of the bay, almost facing away from the break. Like the, cuz the break, the wave breaks away from the judge's stand. They were saying, is that the best location? Wouldn't it be better to have it judging from straight on or from the other side of the bay? What's your take on that? We got those houses right there on the cliff that we could rent. That's an option. Or maybe to get a room at the Marriott. But it was so much easier accessible for us to do it at the Canoe Club. And people's gotta realize that most of this money's coming out of Pono and i's pocket. So for us to even rent the room at the Marriott, it's probably impossible. . Yeah. I then plus, and then plus if we was to set up like on the beach or something, you would've to think about whole scaffolding, scaffolding on the beach and then getting permits to do that on the beach. It's a lot of things that we would have to think about in order to try to do that. Especially on this day, we weren't expecting for it to have this much barrels to actually hold up nice and clean. A lot of them you were, if you were on it and you went for the barrel, you'd be able to make it up easily. That's good. That's how good and clean it and. With a canoe club. If we didn't have these kind of barrel sections and whatnot, it's a perfect spot to be for the judges to be the top story. And you could actually see everything from there. Yeah. And the judges were upstairs on the second floor too, so you had a pretty good vantage point of the waves from the upstairs. So they they could see, I was up there most of the time and we could see pretty good. only part it was hard was in the morning time when that sun was directly over. We couldn't decisive the color jerseys, but that's it. Especially when they're pumping out. Cause I was up on the top for the first two heats and then guys would be pumping out and then as soon as they turn around to just go straight down, catch a wave, like they get lost in the sun. But as soon as they, as soon as they reach the the break, we could see their jersey colors. . we have to kinda work that out. Be like, Hey, okay, we're not, so we're not judging them on watching them glide into the wave. We're only watching, we're only scoring them on the more critical section when the wave actually breaks. So we have to kind figure that out first thing in the morning. Yeah, that makes sense. We had seven judges, so three judges, three judges, scoring. A head judge and then three spotters. And that's one of the things we learned from the first contest to make sure we have a spotter per judge just to call out. Because, and that's the reason, one of the reasons why we kept the two for one max per ride. Cause otherwise guys like Jack and Mateo would be doing 10 for once and yeah. So actually let's talk about that a little bit. So basically the rule was you can take off on a wave, ride it, and then pump out and get a second wave, but that was it, right? You couldn't get more than two waves in one to for one score, right? Correct. Correct. And the reason for that is cause just to make it more of an even playing field for guys that can't pump like an 18 year old . Yeah, exactly. And then, so on a smaller day you would see like they'll do two for ones. My thought process was like somebody like pono can do so much wa so much turns in on that one wave than they would somebody else is doing two waves. They're doing as much as turns so that it gave everybody that, that chance to score. If that makes sense, but, oh yeah. Yeah. No, I mean I think that rule makes sense. Cuz you don't, yeah. You don't want it to turn just into a pumping contest. Also, then people would probably use bigger foils which don't perform as well on the wave and stuff like that. We're sticking to that whole performance side of Foley. Yeah, I noticed too. On the standup paddle board side, like it seemed like the guys with the really long, the longer boards were got the best scores. Yeah. Because cuz they were able to catch the waves easier and stuff like that. It seemed yeah, I like Dave and Mateo, but that's a big board for Mateo. So board it looked like the do board. Yeah. Cause like guys, Derek looked like he was having a hard time trying to, cause it's so much water moving at that point. Yeah, Derek was on his tiny wing fo board, so it wasn't even to stand paddle board. So yeah, you can double it. Sorry. Him and Nick Ben is always my top two picks, but this day, when it's bigger on a smaller day they would, just tear it up. But because it was so much water moving at that, think that's had a hard time. But the first two places, Nick Bennett the third, but the first two places, Mattel and Daniel. They had bigger boards, so they were catching most of the waves. Yeah. So for prone foiling po talk a little bit about your equipment. What were you using and what would you say would've been like perfect equipment for this day of foil surfing I was riding my Freedom Fusion board. It's like a 4, 5 17, 3 quarters and 28 liters. And then I was writing my fo was access 7 99 front wing with a silly short piece lodge 3 25 progressive tailw wing. A lot of guys were, yeah, a lot of guys were riding that more high aspect kinda wing for that speed. I know a lot of guys was running the lifts. 90, Jack was running, riding the 90. I think we were all planning on riding those smaller wings for just for that speed. And we can carve, but I think the only guy in the prone division that was riding a big wing was Jake. Jake pers Yeah. He rips on the big wings. I think he's the only prone Foiler I, I know of that can rip on a two 10 go foil. Yeah, like a shortboard. And he rips that thing like it's. No other, everybody else was riding those small wings. He was riding a big wing and just ripping on it. That just shows the progression in who you are as a person and what you're capable of. Yeah. And the seven, the 7 99 access, I have that one too for wing filling, but it's a pretty small foil. It has, it doesn't have much drag, but you need to maintain that speed. So it's not that easy to pump. You gotta really keep up the speed, right? Yeah. It definitely needs the speed to keep it going. But once you're in that rhythm, it's all about mainly that rhythm and the technique for your pumping style. , if you can keep that then, you're, you can go for quite a while compared to a, for me I would rather ride a smaller wing than a big wing. In any condition. I even ride over here like one, two foot days. I ride my small wing. Cause I like it super loose, super carv. I can almost ride it like my surf wing as well. That's why. Yeah. And is this more efficient? You have less drag, right? So it's easier to maintain the speed too, because you don't have to work as hard to go faster it seems yeah. Yes. Ooh. And yeah, the two, like what about the holding it over two days? Have you thought about that or I guess the plan was to have one day of surfing and one day of ra down wind racing kind of thing. So we just did it one day. That's how we started it in 2019. And then three months later, we actually had a contest in Maui that we had to cancel three weeks prior cuz of the pandemic. So we had every set up, everything else for Maui, everything was ready to go. That was scheduled for two days. We just kept it down to one day, and then this year we're like, okay let's go ahead and add the the wing race to it. But we're gonna keep the koi one to one day for Calak. . Few reasons. One, I don't wanna take away two days away from the local boys out there. I think one day, one day is long enough, especially on the swell like this. But so COI is always gonna be that one day I call pa and then hopefully the next day is a race. But the Maui if we have an a Maui, it's gonna be at guard rails and those are gonna be two days, two day events. Okay. And then, so yeah, so Maui do you like actually talk a little bit about your plans for the future, because you said that you had something planned in Tennessee next summer, is that right? Yeah, we trying to do a wake foil contest in Tennessee in July on the 14th, 15th, I believe. And I still of wanted to do something in Hawaii in May, whether it's at Kaco or in, or guards on Maui. Okay. So that's the plan. And then back to Koi, the weekend after Thanksgiving. Awesome. Kaka ACO would be cool. That's our backyard, so Yeah, that's, but but for Tennessee, like what, like awake wake foiling contest? How would that work and what would be the criteria and stuff? It's curious. And and that's what we're trying to figure out. So they had an invite maybe about two months ago. Brian grew up then I think it was in Orlando, I believe. And they scored it more like wake style foiling. . So we're gonna try and do that same thing, but have different division. Whether it's strap and strapless, that's gonna be something new to us. We've been doing in the last couple years, doing the whole traveling to the wake side of it. We did a tour last, like a few months ago actually. Just do, went from lake to lake just to see how many people are out there foiling. It's actually unreal the amount of people that's foiling because the, what was it, the surf wake I believe or waking, I should say. Those are starting to go away and now they're starting to foil a lot more. So the competitions right now, it's, especially for the the foil side, it's still fresh and we always wanted to be one of the guys who actually push it out. So we did, did our homework trying to travel around to different, to see what r Wanda talent, and then two, how, what are people doing the bolts they use. I learned, I starting to learn about different type of bolts. The size of the waves how many waves are behind. It's unreal how they do it. So last year we did it at the Wakefest and we got invited to do. Road record. How many boilers behind the wake? I think we only got 16. The, right now the record is 30, 31 or 32, I believe, by the Cohesions. So next year because we were from the 50th state our number is 50. I wanna try to see if I can get 50 guys behind the wake on the foil. Wow. The weekend before Wakefest and then at Wakefest. We're gonna try again. You're gonna give us this past year wake Fest is the first time Wake allowed any other sport in Wakefest, and they gave us two runs per day, which was pretty amazing. Wow. The crowd here was one at Kak was one thing, but they have 1500 wake boats in the water lined up screaming when the foresters came down. And it was such an intense experience. And next year I'll make sure the foil fever. We're gonna go go check it out and put on our contest. My friend Brian from Flight Deck, Tennessee, he's out there and he's doing a lot of the leg work for us. We've been doing it for the last, I don't know, four or five months now. When I called them like the day after this contest and I was like, okay, let's go. Let's get started. Working on the Tennessee contest. So we're gonna putting it out maybe in January. I would say to the public we already got a place to stay. It just, there's a lot more logistics trying to get a the lake because, it's open. Especially the lakes in Tennessee, you have three different states that goes through that lake. So you got guys from Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee that shares the same lake. There's a lot of people on that lake. But most of them Go ahead. Oh, I was gonna say, you said what, 150 wake boats on the lake or something like that. That sounds crazy. It was cool cuz they were all like tied up to each other. Oh. And it was like a big, it was like the cars, they call it walkie, but it was such a huge crowd and you get the, we stayed on the houseboats that was behind it. It was so intense. So intense. So hopefully on this first one that we do, we know it's not gonna be as big, I don't think any contest, any oil contest that we do is gonna be, can beat this. We said that 2019, but yeah. Saturday was way. Way bigger. It definitely, I think it definitely topped our first contest. Yeah, I just like the waves and the performance both were just, yeah. Just amazing. And I don't think anything like this has helped, been helped before, so it's just really cool to be there in person and see it happen. For sure. Oh, we're happy that you came down. Yeah, me too. I was stoked. Actually one thing I wanted to mention, somebody in the, on my video commented how was I able to get my drone to fly? Because this is a kind of really close to the airport and it's not in the flight line, but it's like in this blue zone, which is a restricted flight area for drones. You're not you need authorization to fly there, . And when I first tried it and I brought two drones and all my batteries and everything like that, and I couldn't get it to work, I was really frustrated cuz I showed up with all my stuff and then I couldn't fly and then cuz I had a DJ I flight controller and then I, I tried all this stuff that, that it said to do and it just kept rejecting my my thing. And then I finally tried my older controller, which works with my phone. And then while I was logged into the d I account using my older controller, maybe I didn't update it or something like that, but for some reason I was able to like self authorize, just go through that and then it worked, I was lucky to be able to fly cuz it took me like an hour to figure out how to make it work. But so basically, yeah, the way I was able to make it work was like self authorizing through my phone being connected to the, the phone controller on the dj Oh. Photo could tell you. Right there. Let me see you right there. That's where Polo's drone is right in this area. I know. I Oh, that was your drone Oneo. Yeah, I think we got pretty close a few times. Yeah. . Yeah. No, my drone is actually in Kak. Oh, in the water. Yeah. So I lost like few months ago, Uhhuh, I was flying it and then it automatically just went to auto landing. While I was out above the water flying, it just started landing, coming down slowly and slowly, almost close to the water. And I tried to shoot it to shore on the sand and it just barely, almost reached the sand, but it landed right in the water and it was like, oh, it's gone. That's, so we spent all day trying to swim for it. all day for two days. . A lot of times it is usually happy just to get the SD card back with the footage, right? Cause you know the time, once it's in the salt water's probably not gonna survive it anyways. But at least you can get the footage outta it, right? Yeah. Oh yeah. I actually have the footage. It landing in the water. Oh. And it was connected to my phone, so I got the footage from that, cause I was recording that whole flight while it was landing Oh yeah. That's, it's pretty hilarious. Yeah. But yeah, that's something to be aware of that it's actually not an automatic thing that you can find the drone there, . Yeah. It depends on the size of your drone too. Yeah. So I had the airs. It was, it worked until, up until that day. Even the Minis, I know Chris Christian Park, he was flying his drone, so I think he had the DJ J Mini. Yeah. So he was able to fly it out there. It depends on the size of drone you have. Yeah. I guess that might be it too. But yeah. And then I also wanted to mention Alex, a GU from Gofo was there with a, I guess he had a telephoto lens and was shooting from the beach. And he posted a video too on YouTube that couple days ago. And that one has you can hear the comments from the crowd and the crowd cheering and stuff like that, which is definitely, that, that part is missing from the drone video for sure. That you don't get that. Oh yeah. The audio from the crowd is pretty cool. And then announcing Yeah. You get so pumped. You hear the crowd going, I was telling people the last few days, it's if we didn't have the contest and it was just a free for all regular session, you wouldn't see guys be pulling in like that or doing the crazy stuff that they were doing Saturday. But because these guys are like pushing each other, and that's a cool thing about the foyers, it's just no matter if you're in competition or not, everyone's pushing and hollering on the side yelling go. It's such a cool vibe, the spoilers, and that's hopefully, it's, it lasts a little bit longer. But even though, in the competition, the boilers we're something different, we're something special, I believe. I agree with that. Totally. And what do you think what's the cause of that? Like why is, why are boilers so much more open and yeah, like more open to sharing and just enjoying it together versus most of these foresters are surfers and in the lineup, on a surfboard you can sit in a water for an hour and might catch two waves. Where on a foil you can sit in a corner, tiny half a foot, white. And have the time of your life and catch two for one, three for one and or whatever. But when you get done, you're so tired, you're like, you're resting for 15 minutes anyway. Yeah, but, and it's so funny cuz I was pointing head and one of the uncles, the locals, and he's at the top of the hill and we, I walk up to the top and he goes, how come every time I see you spoilers, you guys always smiling Oh yeah, remember that? And yeah, I was like and I told him, cause after an hour session, avoiding to climb up that cliffs hill and make it , we're like, oh, our legs are so tired. And the last thing we wanna do is climb up that cliff. But it's true. All the floaters you see the positive attitude, the positive feedback from everybody trying. You'll never have a surfer go, Hey, come here, let me teach you how to serve where porters they're welcoming. I wanna teach you because they know the consequences of porters. We wanna teach and we do. We have free lessons, we have free demonstrations to the public that we put on once in a while for the whole safety. How can we tell these guys don't do this, don't do that when or when we are not out there actually teaching 'em how the right way of doing it. Because it is dangerous. Yeah. And even if we're somebody that has a lot of experience surfing and they think they can just jump on a foil and learn it easily because they already know how to surf sometimes that's the most dangerous because they're like, yeah. They you have that mentality already. Yeah. Mentality that they don't need any advice or whatever. True. But you can be on a one foot wave, on a foil and no matter what, you have to be on your toes. You start to be, you gotta be humble the whole time. And whether it's 20 feet or one feet the same humbleness is exactly the same. Yeah. Either way. Either way. You can end up with 20 stitches on your head if you know what you're doing. True. Either you'll get the stitches or some you'll do it to somebody else. That's what we are trying to avoid. I think something worth mentioning is that despite, everybody like having pretty gnarly wipe outs, in the most critical section, everything like that one and the foil Yeah. Tumbling around your head and stuff like that. Like nobody got injured, right? There was no injuries in this event, right? Or were they, did they miss so. There was one somebody grabbed a foil, I think by his hand. Oh. That was it. I forget who it was, but oh, was it Kane? Maybe. I'm not sure. Got the hand sliced open or something? His foot. Yeah. Oh, his foot was his foot. Okay. I know you keep on his foot. Yeah. Somebody contest or whatnot, but I saw Kane the next day we was out foiling again at Cak. , not bad, but yeah. Anyways so it looks really dangerous, but I guess if you if you know what you're doing and know how to avoid the foil it can actually be relatively safe, I would say. Oh, so the number one rule and when I taught pono how to foil when we got started and how I started that, these words will always stick to my head. And I always tell the same thing to anybody who wants to learn how to foil and foiling is, it's not how you foil, it's how you fall. And so when we started to learn have the confidence in falling hitting the white water, like I have full confidence on hitting the white water because I have full confidence on how I know how to bail, but I know how to. Once you start having that tendency of, or not confident in falling, that's basically when you get hurt. Yeah. And you gotta stay humbled. Of course you're gonna get hurt. It's not if it's wet. Yeah. I think the biggest tip for beginners is when you're surfing sometimes, like if you lose your balance and you're starting to fall off, you can catch yourself and you basically try to pull off the maneuver until you hit the water. And if, if you hit the water, then you're, then you crash. But foiling like as soon as you lose your balance a little bit or you feel like the foils not right out underneath you, it's just time to bail out right away and not try to correct it or save yourself in falling. It's a lot easier to come back to catch another wave than get hurt. Wait, couple weeks, , and then For sure. Let's talk a little bit about your background. Like what, how did you grow up and how did you get into foiling and all that? I'm curious Bono yeah, start with pono. Oh. I pretty much grew up here on Coi, here on Oahu a lot. Was back and forth between islands. Fondest memory of be learning how to surf was probably at Huy Little Beach here on Kauai. At the river mouth. Yeah, trying to learn how to surf. And then I got into body board when I moved up to Oahu, body boarded at a spot called tumble Lands in Mali. And then, yeah, and then pretty much moved back here, surf. And then I actually got started with Four Lane back in 20 20 18 from this guy, my uncle he was for before me and then he came over for New Years. Him and Uncle Cleve was like, Hey, you need to try this. So I tried it and I was pretty much hooked. I was watching guys Foley, I call ay for quite a while before I even started and I always was like, wow, that looks so cool, but looks so dangerous. Or maybe that's not for me. Sorry. It was actually Uncle Cark, I would always see him out on his sub foiling. . I was like just, I think he was like one of the only ones that I actually saw like ripping on a foil so early in the game. Back in what, 2018? Yeah. He was definitely a pioneer, right? Yeah, for sure. He was one of the first guys and then my uncle Jason set me up with a foil and a board. I was pretty much fucked ever since. And still am. It's literally an addiction. Talk, maybe talk a little bit about your first session. Like how was that , what did you learn on your first session? My first session That what foot waves? Or like 10 foot waves. It's scary. , I, that was the first day. The first, yeah, the first day I landed actually on the rail on my ribs. But the second day was like three to four foots. Oh, . And he couldn't even catch a weight. That's how, three, four foot horns on a perfect day. It gets really double gnarly. Super good. And I wanted to go out there, so I took Bono and he didn't catch. It was gnarly. That was my first of shame. Yeah. And he got humbled so bad. It just, and I got humbled as well too that day. But being his second day and taking him out there that, that was funny. Yeah. So what about you, Jason? Are you from Kauai as well originally or? Yeah, from Coi. I live about this is my home break right surface since I was five years old. And then, I went back first day of Foing what my friends and my cousin then was like, oh, we need to get up or you get you on. Foing was like, okay, I'll just try. I actually waited a few months for me to try it because I knew this is one of the sport that you'll like, so that's why you don't want do it. One, it's really knew how expensive it was and then how addictive it was. We really knew that before we even got one, one of these. It's like one of those sports that don't wanna do it because of that. But once I got on, that's why. Yeah, so I got it away. First base, first time was a kak bit, got super humbled, flew back the next day, went straight to Hawaiian water sports and bought my first set. And I was on the phone with my cousins, kale and Ola, and I was asking, what do you need? And the whole time, the whole drive all the way to a pulled into the parking lot, . And he was telling me all this stuff and you telling me about, you're gonna get hurt, this and that. And so that's how I started. And then just got, and then I ended up just pointing Queens after I came back. I got my gear. I learned how to fo like queens and pops and canoes. So what was your first foil? What did you start on? That was the first foil was John Mu bar, the Nubi and the eba Go Foil, Eva fo, which, it wants to fly it. The those right there, that set just wants to fly. So I have no problem learning on one of those for sure. It just doesn't wanna fly too fast. ? Not, yeah. Compared to what these guys are running and what we are running nowadays, it's a whole new ball game you have to, the progression, like from 2019, the progression, yes. Talent and confidence on your foil. But the gear has gone through, I mean it's so crazy the progression on the gear, the foils and the boards. I remember the boards back then. I remember one guy came out for real, the foam, a Clark foam had says Clark Foam on it and he basically no shape it, nothing. He didn't take a sand to it. He glassed the foam and stuck a underneath. I mean it was here in Oahu and I was laughing, but he was writing it. It was super flex of course, cuz there was like no carbon back. It was just straight stringer. It didn't last very long, but but I thought it was pretty classic, but the boards back then was just, yeah. Compared to now it's different. And then Oh, totally. So what do you ride now? What's your for foiling? So my setup is a magic 8 0 8 board made by Glen thing. Four, five left 17 and a half at 28 meters is my board. And then my foils are, we write access like the 82 82 centimeter use of mass and with the city short. And I ride a little bit bigger wing now cause gain a little bit weight as like the seven 40, I believe, the seven 40 PSC and a three 50 wing. Those things are so good for us. , a lot of people ask especially beginners is like what foil or what equipment should I buy? And that's one of the biggest, I wish, my cousin guys helped me, but now we have more options. Oh yeah. Every day there's new equipment coming in and like Honolulu, every other guy here shapes sports. You can get boards all over now, but guys like ing, guys from Freedom, those guys learned in the beginning the hard way, but now they've, they learn so much. And now the progression and how solid the boards are and how light the boards are, it's unreal. Super cool. Yeah. And then people, a lot of times people think that the board's not that important cuz you're just writing the foil, but it, the board does make a big difference cuz Yeah, like that the board is what kind of gets you up on the foil right in the first place. So without the right board, it's hard to even get up on the foil. Oh, for sure. And then in terms of length have you gone a little bit longer? It seems like for a while everybody's going as short as possible and then now people are using a little bit longer boards again? Or what's been your experience or progression? Oh, exactly. So we all started what, 3 10, 10 and wider was that 22 inches wide and like 35 liters. But now it's, the length Glen was like, oh, a little bit wider or longer and less say, okay, but I gotta come more narrow to make. For what I wanted to do. . So we went all the way down to 17 inches wide and the length we did go about, but yeah, three, four inches longer. And then we just started to pull in the leaders, the volume on our boards. Cause we noticed that you can feel the foil even more, it's way more responsive. Having that tail dropped in on the other bit. But yeah, it's insane. Yeah. Progression, the equipment, I for and for wing footing. Have you guys been wk foiling at all or are you getting into that at all, or? Yeah, not so much. Oh we've both definitely been wing foing. I can say was hooked on wing. Cause all he talks about every time is, Ooh look get. And it's barely that's yeah. What happened there? It looks like it is like the bottom dropped out from underneath you. Huh? So I told him that way. If he went, if he had a longer fuselage, he may, he would, he might would've had a chance. That one. Cause the shorter fuselage makes it more like a more loose on the front and back. So if, when you see him drops. He's going so hard and he was trying to correct it, and the thing just went, woo. Oh, was that the double up? Yeah. That one was crazy. So on that wave, that was the finals. So as the tide was, was lower dropping, I could see that the barrels was more like, it was a lot more wide open, more on the inside of the the brake. Away from shoulders where everybody was taking off. So it was forming the a frame section more on the inside. So I was like, oh, okay, if I pump out, let me see if I can connect and get one of those. So as I'm going out and pumping it, I was like, ah, don't, I don't have a set here, but I see this wave. So its like, oh, ok, I'll just go for it. And as I'm pumping, I see a double up. I'm like, and I'm already behind the set. So I'm like, oh my goodness. What am I gonna do? So in that video, there's like a split second where I looks like I'm relaxed, but I'm like, should I go or should I not? And then in that split second, I'm like, ah, just go for it. . Yeah. It looks like you, you try to drop the nose down into the way, like you try to just go straight down the face, right? Yeah. Straight down. And try to correct it at the bottom of the way. But I was like, way too late. I was like, oh, crashed Yeah. Yeah, that was definitely tricky and there's a few times where you could see there were actually like sometimes the guys on the wave and then the wave right in front, there's another wave right in front breaking, and then they're yeah, it's and then doubling up or whatever. It was definitely a little bit, definitely tricky, right? Not just a smooth ride . No, everybody stepped, everybody who was out there in the waters stepped up their game. It was un unreal on how much progression there was. And we were all cheering each other on, like I was in, when I was in my heats, I was cheering on the guys that was in my heats, cheering on the guys that was in the next heat. We were trying to push each other and just, everybody's just charging us just sending it. It's so unreal to just see that, like in the water. Yeah, for sure. Yeah, I've never seen that many people trying to pull into barrels on it's every other way. So we like try to duck under the lip and there was a few, actually a few rides that people pulled off. Fully barrel and then coming back out. It, I don't think I really got those, but definitely a few. It looks so perfect. Yeah. Not at all. Yeah. We were actually talking about maybe renting a house on the, on that other side of the bay. Oh, that was the, when you have your event and then maybe we could have the judges sitting on the balcony there, Oh yeah. And then of course, mother Nature's gonna provide waves again. , cause usually the waves like break further on the inside too, not, it's not always breaking that far out. Yeah. But anyways, yeah, I mean it's just a beautiful setup too. And then, yeah. So let's talk a little bit about the other division. So you had the gro division. What ages were the Gros? 14 and below s. Okay. And who, who won that? The gro division. Caden Pritchard from Maui. Cool. Yeah, I actually interviewed Caden for a wing full interview. He's also a really good wing foiler. He's, yeah, he's good. He's a charger for Little Gro. He's a grab it's charge. Yeah. Very cool kid. You had the, sorry, go ahead. The women's? , Glen was my pick on that. When every time, when the waves are this big our pick is always Glen now. Cause she's the only one that I know that charges super hard. She's charging all the way to I don't know, six, seven months pregnant. It was. And then and we had the Capona League, the 60 and above. Cause we did that one for the people of Koi. Cause a lot of uncles actually foiled at the spot and they always just wanted to, I'm not gonna put them against somebody like Al or yeah. Mateo or whatever the case would be. But, so it was actually really good that we actually ended up having a division for them. So it was pretty good. And KA is 60 and over, right? Yeah, 60 and over. Okay. What's out? I think a Coco makes 60 next year. Yeah. So they gotta be careful. , you can enter that one next year. . Yeah. Yeah. Oh, the boys are down. So there's upstairs where the judges were sitting at, up on the top of the new hall. Oh, there you go. Oh, and then, yeah, afterwards you had a cool event. Lots of cool prizes and everything. Nice dinner. So that was cool too. Live music, everything. So yeah, that was a great event. I have to say. You guys did a really good job and I know it's a lot of work to do something like this thank you for putting it on and yeah, making it no was so cool. Especially the first competition that we've done. In 2019 we put this on po I went to po you're gonna contest. Okay, let's do it. And out of all everybody that on the staff Ohana, my sister, it was my sister, my mom my, my daughters. None of em. Foil, none. I won't foil none of 'em really serve the competition contest wise, nobody's done it. Initially I was in the contest of 2019 and then my buddy Cle, the head judge is like, there's no way you can foil this contest. We are gonna need help . So after that I, these guys told me I, I'm not allowed to foil any of our contests ever. So that's how we, now it's, it was just funny cuz like everybody's doing this. The only guys that foil is the judges. That's the only people on the staff that actually foils, which is cool. Which is amazing, having that support like we just, we volunteered them, not volunteered, them kind help us out with the contest and they're all up for, they saw our vision and the supported us from the get go. To have that support is like unreal. Yeah. That's awesome. Yeah. So do you think I guess here on Oahu, like the foil contests are usually kind of part of other like the buffalo surf meat, they add like a foil division and stuff like that. But it seems yeah, it seems like there aren't really that many real surf foiling competitions yet. Yeah. Yeah. We are the I believe we were the first one ever in 2000. Yeah. A full foil contest. Yeah. Yeah. Because like you said, Rob, it was a part of part of Duke's, part of the buffalo. So this is the first time I think we had, I didn't know the contest I did with you. Was it the Pumping? Yeah. The hundred Waves contest or whatever. Hundred man one I think was the boys man one. And that was awesome. That was that. Oh, you guys got this on. So I actually, I was gonna play this kind of do a separate video outta this, but this was like when we got there on Friday, the day before the event we went straight from the airport to to this spot and it was like blowing. We like all excited about, went out in the water and I. Good wing foiling session and yeah, and I only brought my wing foiling gear. I didn't even bring any, anything else, but cuz I was looking forward to trying to do that down downward race, oh yeah. Glad you guys scored at Hon Ma Beach. Yeah. Was a super fun spot too. Why didn't we go there? ? You didn't wanna, you wanted to go call. Oh, okay. But yeah, I'll probably do this, share this another time, but, so yeah, get back to you guys and but yeah so let's talk a little bit more about foiling and like for people that are getting into foiling, want to wanna get better. Like what are your pointers or like what were like some breakthroughs for you or like good tips that you can share with people, both of you behind the boat, in the river or a lake, getting food. I think that's the easiest and safest way to, to learn and the fastest, instead of trying to take off on waves, not knowing how actual foil works. And then, yeah, like on a bigger board, bigger foil to it, it it'll help you get up easier and faster instead of a smaller setup where, It's a little bit harder to get up on foil at first. Once, once you figure out how the foil will react to like your foot placement, your body weight, front to back foot ratio, all that you have to take into consideration in order to get the right height on foil. And then just trying to be safe on the foil. I I think each time you go out every session, you gotta remember okay, this didn't work. Oh, okay, wait, this work. Okay, let me try this. It's a step by step process. You can't just go out one session and be like, oh, I'm ripping, or I know everything about Foing because the next session you'll get humbled really quick. Yeah. And it seems like a lot of people they try it a couple times and then they just give up. They find it too challenge. Yeah. With foing you have to be like consistent, go every day. Cause I think when I first started, I think I went six months straight every day, seven days a week. literally limited. Yeah. Until I got it like fully down. I think the more consistent you are, the faster you learn. And the better you become at a whole new sport. Just the feeling alone gets you out there in the water just to be up on foil and just flying. Just fly straight. Just flying straight is always fun. I think that was the main goal from like the beginning. So for me, I forward at c Coffee, that's where I learned. And then my goal in the beginning was always try to make it to shore. Just go straight and make it to shore without getting her . Yeah. What about you Jason? You got some tips? Yeah. So once you get on, so I actually, when I teach people, I take on my ski and I have a six, six blue planet that I actually use to to teach. And to me, that's one of the really good board to learn cause it's long enough and it's a lot easier to control. They can actually stand up on the thing without lying down with knees, doing all, you bypass all that part, go to the stand up, hold the rope and you just take off. So I always tell guys when we start to learn is everybody just wants to fly and they wanna stay up there, it's like everybody wants to be like 10 steps ahead, we need to step back a little bit, I always tell like one of guys like, crawl, walk, run. There's no rush. Once you can get up on foil, I tell the people to push it all the way back down and then go back up again and then push it all the way back down. That way, how much pressure each leg or are you standing in the right spot to push it down to control, learning how to control once you get up to that 36 inches or whatever left your real foil is because that's when you start to get hurt and when you start to breach. So always if you start to control yourself at like 12 inches, go up, go back down and just keep on doing that, then by a time when you get to your 30 inches, whatever case you have control to stay at that spot. But that's one of the, one of the other things that, that we like to teach too. Cause there's no rush in learning how to but expect nowadays you got, these 10 year old kids learning how to foil on the very first day. Yeah. Yeah. I thought one. Go ahead. Yeah, I think part of that is just, yeah the equipment's so much better and more dialed in. And if you have, if you have the right equipment and the right instructions, then yeah, it's possible to learn it quickly, especially for young kids that just pick it up easily. Yeah. But yeah, that, I think that Sam pa always say, stay low and in control, right? Low and in control. Low and in control. Still to today, if I'm coming down the line, he'll say those exact same words to me. Sam never changes. He'll, no matter who how good you, and that's the thing we talked to with Sam PAs we don't care how good you are or how good you think you are, you're going to get humbled or hurt somebody. So you got to stay on your toes at all time and, be focused on a foil by you being on a board. But once you get up, you have to stay focused which is amazing. I think that's why we're so addicted to this sport, because n
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