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The Mpora Podcast | Episode 3

This time out, a former FWT Champ discusses empowering women in action sports

Former Freeride Snowboard World Champ Anne-Flore Marxer is our very special guest for episode three of the Mpora Podcast, sharing her experiences empowering women in action sports via her brand new award winning film A Land Shaped By Women (trailer for that at the bottom of this article).

Elsewhere, with Ben fresh back from Australia, the chaps discuss arm rest etiquette in a long haul flight situation, eco issues threatening the oceans (industrial fishing c*nts), and in the wake of Alex Honnold‘s Academy Award winning Free Solo, ponder whether rock climbing is the world’s greatest armchair sport.

Accidents Will Happen’s travel-based toilet troubles continue to capture the listening audience’s imagination, as the show is inundated with anecdotes from troublesome public inconveniences.

In the thrilling climax, Paul’s chosen topic, the 68/69 Sunday Times Golden Globe Race takes on Ben’s new topic, Australia’s 1980’s pension-age sheep farming ultra marathon legend, Cliff Young.

Who will emerge victorious and get to choose the song the show plays out to? Gil Scott Heron’s ‘Home Is Where The Hatred Is’ or Mental As Anything’s ‘The Nips Are Getting Bigger’?

Get the pod in your ears, and find out.

Watch ‘A Land Shaped By Women’ here

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