Your fave surf pod is back, this time recorded on location in the mid-Atlantic.
Evans & Mondy return with Ep 8 of It’s Not The Length, brought to you all the way from the beautiful Azores archipelago.
As you might expect, the lads tackle the surf world’s biggest topics head on, with their trademark unflinching search for surf truths.
What exactly does it mean to be Ag-Knost-ic.?
Why does the ISA logo look like a parcel logistics company on the outskirts of Heathrow… from 1999?
Did some of the world’s best surfers throw their ISA heats, or did the Uzebekistani champ really out-surf Julian Wilson?
Is log lord Joel Tudor a legit legend worthy of untouchable status? Or just a Sacred Cow?
Meanwhile, Mondy catches up with former WCT surfer Toby Martin about a recent initiative Down Under to help combat mental health issues and in particular, help with suicide prevention in the surf community.
Elsewhere, it’s not every day your fave surf podcast host bravely attempts to set a new world record, but that’s exactly what Evans is in the middle of right now, as he attempts to broadcast the most days of WSL (stroke ASP) surf competition in a calendar month, ever, with 25 epic days in September 2019.
It’s the webcast version of Evel Kanevil jumping the grand canyon on a 1970’s motorbike, only more gnarly.
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Running Time: 41m43s
oh that’s bad: 3m21s
no that’s good: 11m54s
WL Editor Luke Gartside: 23m20s
Toby Martin: 25m20s
Sacred Cow Joel Tudor: 32m