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Tatum Monod Talks Internet Hackers, Advancing Women’s Skiing, and Injuries.  LPP #93

Tatum Monod LOW PRESSURE PODCAST #93

 

Tatum Monod came to the LPP Studios with her little dog Taj to sip some whiskey and have a conversation. Right off the bat we wanted to find out how Tatum got her start in skiing.  She grew up in a family of skiers.  Her Grandfather, originally from Chamonix, was a mountain man,  her dad was a member of the Canadian Ski Team and the family business is, you guessed it, is a ski shop.  She wasn't forced into it though.  They let her decide when it was time.  When that time came.... she decided to snowboard! 

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 In this episode Tatum discusses her thoughts on the state of  progression in Women's skiing.  She tells the story of having her entire online presence disrupted by a hacker based in Saudi Arabia which is somewhat resolved.  I ask about the major injury she suffered at the end of last season. Having experienced a similar fate last year I was curious as to how she was progressing.  She tells us that its definitely  been a long, tough process.  Not only is she getting help for the physical issues associated with this with from help doctors and physiotherapists but also utilizing advice from a councillor to keep her head right.  It's easy to get depressed and down when dealing with a traumatic injury.  I was very happy to hear her share this as mental health is a topic that needs to be given a bit more attention.

Blake Jorgenson Photo

I was honoured to have Tatum stop by the studio and I hope you enjoy it as much as I did.

Enjoy!

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Cover Photo by: Mark Warner

Sled Photo by:  Blake Jorgenson

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