Tanner Hall | The Bomb Hole Episode 44
One of the most influential skiers of his generation talks stem cell injections, pain pills, big wave skiing, his quick rise to fame in the ski world, a decent into dark times, sobriety, glacier camping, comparing ski and snowboard cultures and so much more. At 16 Tanner Hall was kicked out of school and given by his parents one season to prove that he had what it takes to make it in the ski world. During this time he pretty much won every contest he entered and even today still hold’s the second most medals in X-Game ski history. What goes up must come down so eventually injuries and fast living lead to substance abuse and dark times. Tanner did the work and found sobriety, his drive and love for the sport helped him to overcome obstacles and now sober he is still pushing himself with contests like X-Games real ski and the Free Ride World Tour. Tanner grew up being inspired by snowboarders and was influenced not only by how they ride the mountain but even how they dress compared to the country club attitude of skiing at the time. Join us for this very special episode of The Bomb Hole where we welcome Tanner Hall to the booth breaking down the wall to the old school way of thinking with the us vs. them mentality.
00:00:00 | Intro
00:00:55 | Achilles Injury | X-Games Real Ski | Dealing With Injuries | Stem Cell Injections
00:12:24 | Must Be Nice | Pain Pills | Drive | The Process | Skiing Mavericks | Trends | The Streets
00:25:23 | Ten Barrel Pub Beer Break Out Moment #Cheapfunbeer
00:28:45 | Getting That G.E.D. | Not Ready For The Fame And The Cash | Cheddar Biscuits | Agents
00:36:07 | Ski And Snowboard Culture | Ski Pole Debate | Henrik Nose Bud Trip | Skiing With Snowboarders | Alta
00:58:09 | Name That Video Part
01:03:31 | Hot Takes | Sobriety | Dark Times | Mental Health
01:27:56 | Coaches | Mind Set | Henrik Harlaut | You Can't Buy Flavor
01:43:47 | Glacier Camping | The Provo Brothers
01:54:38 | Wild Mike's Ultimate Pizza
01:56:30 | The Free Ride World Tour | Chad's Gap
02:16:24 | Whats Next?