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Posts Tagged ‘john casey’

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418753_157953491008723_1925993192_n 29 year-old Lucas Calabrese is perhaps the world’s best Optimist coach, but he’s also one of a handful of Argentinos to ever win an Olympic sailing medal.  He’s back at it in the 470 Class this August, and our old pal John Casey caught up with him in an entertaining chat about a whole pile of stuff; meeting the Argentine president and being a celebrity for 15 minutes, crime and disease and South American politics and the Olympics, and much, much more in the next episode of the JC Worldwide Podcast.  Catch up with all of JC’s work over here or subscribe on iTunes.

 

June 27th, 2016 by admin

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Kevin Hall’s resumé is Hall of Fame stuff, but what sets him most apart from the usual pro-sailor crowd is his massive, never-slowing brain.  Unfortunately, it’s also his biggest enemy.  Join the JC Worldwide Podcast for an hour plus with this fascinating man, who has more stories from a lifetime of Olympic and America’s Cup than you can shake a spinnaker pole at.  And for anyone whose ever had mental illness touch their life or their family’s, Kevin’s new book Black Sails, White Rabbits is an absolute must-read.  World travelers or daily commuters can get a full list of JC’s ever-growing podcast library here.

 

April 25th, 2016 by admin

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We’re proud to have been with Pat Rynne and the Waterlust team since the very beginning, and watching Pat and Fiona grow their scientific, filmmaking and creative talents has been a wonderful journey for everyone who’s been along for the ride.

John Casey headed to the University of Miami’s Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences (RSMAS) last week on Key Biscayne to discuss all things marine, sailing, video, and more with Dr. Rynne on the JC Worldwide podcast; Click the play button above or download it for later to hear about Fiona’s new shark study, the full story about the Waterlust RV crash and injuries last summer, and lots more.

 

March 21st, 2016 by admin

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John Casey is back after a couple weeks off, and he grabbed Macca, former US-One alum Dan Morris, and the ever-hilarious Flip Wehrheim for a chat about deadly snakes, M32 catamaran racing, donald trump, the end of a sailing career, and plenty more.  Get ready to laugh with the latest JC Worldwide podcast above.  Subscribe on iTunes here.

 

March 14th, 2016 by admin

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The JC Worldwide Podcast rolls snakeyes today with show # 11, and John grabs his longtime F-18 and foiling Nacra 20 FCS crew Colin Page for his most engaging chat yet – if you’re a fisherman, at least.  JC and his pro tournament fisherman pal talk top speed on the foiler, the ‘old days’ of beach cat adventure racing, and loads of great stories of Florida culture:

Bluewater spearfishing for cobia and how to win a tug-of-war with a big bull shark, the best way to catch 11 feet of swamp alligator, and plenty more.  Hit it up above or look for JC Worldwide on iTunes.  Some rad Soca gives this story its title.

 

February 26th, 2016 by admin

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He’s a Bronze and Silver medalist, 13-time World Champ, 50-Time Aussie Champ, ’92 and ’96 Aus Yachtsman of the year, ’04 Dutch Sailor of the year, and numerous record holder (Playstation and Club Med).  He was in part responsible for developing the Volvo Extreme 40 and the EXSS, he never pulls punches, and his sense of humor is only matched by his honesty.

He’s the legendary Mitch Booth, and JC grabbed him for another solid JC Worldwide podcast.  Learn from a multiple Olympian why the mixed crew format on the Nacra 17 isn’t right at all, and how sailing might be better off if it escapes from the Olympics’ grip.  Here some of Mitch’s ‘Oh, Shit!’ moments on Playstation, how Mitch helped develop the ‘Chupacabra’ gennaker, and how he’s worked to always stay on the innovative edge of the sport.

 

February 17th, 2016 by admin

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Few sailors have had a bigger impact on the pop culture of sailboat racing than multihull pioneer Randy Smythe.  From Olympic medals to Hollywood helmsman to America’s Cup winner/Dennis Conner trainer, Randy’s done it all.  Perhaps more importantly, he remembers it all, and loves to tell the stories.  Listen to a couple of hours of ’em as John Casey’s podcast just keeps getting better and better.  Subscribe to JC’s world on iTunes.

 

February 11th, 2016 by admin

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For the first time ever the tables have been turned, and our own Mr. Clean gets finally grilled by someone else!  John Casey puts Alan Block on the hot seat in this 2 and a half hour JC Worldwide podcast that’s exactly what you’d expect: Funny stories, outspoken opinions, and plenty of information on, well, a little of everything about sailboat racing and the media.  Subscribe to the Worldwide podcast on iTunes here.

 

February 3rd, 2016 by admin

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With a solid list of interesting guests and a good location in Miami, John “Worldwide” Casey’s podcast continues to impress as he ramps up to the ultimate sailing talker – our own Mr. Clean.  That one won’t drop until Wednesday, but you road warriors and bored bastards can listen to today’s chat between JC and Enrique “Quique” (pronounced “KeeKay”) Figueroa.

Quique is a cat sailing pioneer.  The multiple world champ took his first world title (Hobie 14) at 17 years old, and he’s one of a handful of Puerto Ricans who’ve competed in multiple olympics in any sport, and maybe the only human being on Earth who was able to make a living sailing Hobie 16s.

This interesting Boriqueno has had a chance to see the evolution of Olympic sailing over the years and has truly lived the ‘Have a Hobie Day” mantra.  Catch up with the pair as they explore erectile dysfunction in Puerto Rico, domestic wildlife, extreme nighttime cat sailing, and how he just missed out on Rio after losing the Nacra 17 trials in Miami last week.

 

February 1st, 2016 by admin

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The JC Worldwide media team dropped two great podcasts over the weekend; First up, you can find the inimitable Brad Funk over on JC’s catalog talking skiff sailing, training, nutrition, and what it was like to have then-wife Anna T on her way to Olympic Gold while Funk lost the trials.  Oh yeah, and aliens – lots, and lots of aliens.

Above, we’ve embedded JC’s best work to date; 2 hours of non-stop yappin’ with one of multihulling’s most interesting dudes. So waste your commute with John as he and Extreme 40 pioneer, GC32 co-creator and now Olympic Nacra coach Andrew “Macca” Macpherson get deep into the current state of high-performance sailing.  Lots on the future of foiling, the evolution of safety, and exactly how in the hell JC and Macca got an Extreme 40 to 36 knots a decade ago in Holland.

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Mr. Clean himself became the first guest to fly all the way to Florida just to do the JC Worldwide Podcast.  Got something interesting to ask about Sailing Anarchy?  Send in your questions by Twitter today and tomorrow to @JohncaseyWW and we’ll see how much they make Clean sweat.

January 25th, 2016 by admin

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