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The Powell Movement Episode 200:  Henrik Harlaut and More

I made it to EPISODE 200!!! This week the show was supposed to be a 3-part extravaganza where we catch back up with some guests and then talk to, arguably, the best skier of our time. For this one, I attempted to catch with John Spriggs to find out the aftermath of his issues. Then, I spoke with Ben Weis and found out if he was able to stay sober. The icing on the cake is an hour with the most decorated skier, medal wise, in X-Games history and more importantly, one of the most styleish skiers of all time, Henrik Harlaut. Another style master, Phil Casabon asks the 'Inappropriate Questions' 

Henrik Harlaut Show Notes:

3:00: John Spriggs

11:30: Ben Weis

16:00: Skiing, moving to Tahoe, hanging out at his house, and 70’s inventions

19:30: Stanley: Get 30% off site wide with the code drinkfast

10 Barrel Brewery: Buy their beers, they support action sports more than anyone

Elan Skis: 75 Years of Good Times

21:45: Ben Weis Cont..

31:30: Competing, getting a Burton, and getting on the Burton Team.

37:00: COAL Headwear: Use the code powell15 for 15% off

Peter Glenn Ski and Sports

38:30: Henrik Harlaut intro, his Salute Movie, and fear

49:00: Pandemic life, Champagne, brothers, and work ethic

56:00: Sports, moving to Are, Jacob Webster influence, and backflips

66:00: Propaganda, rollerblading, and Sean Pettit

74:00: The Jon Olson Invitational, Scott, and Ninthward

86:00: Olympic Pant incident, Sponsors, and money

93:00: Phil Casabon, figuring out contests, judging, and style

104:00: Inappropriate Questions with Phil Casabon

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