FEBRUARY 29, 2009 - Ski Jumping : Price ski competision at Okurayama Jump Stadium on February 29, 2009 in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. (Photo by Tsutomu Takasu)

Episode 7: When the whole country is on ski break and you can’t ski

FEBRUARY 29, 2009 - Ski Jumping : Price ski competision at Okurayama Jump Stadium on February 29, 2009 in Sapporo, Hokkaido, Japan. (Photo by Tsutomu Takasu)

Let’s talk ski jumping toddlers. Joel Willans, author of the best-selling book 101 Very Finnish Problems, discusses winter sports and other outdoorsy stuff with former semi-professional ski jumper Jussa Lauhamaa. Co-host Thomas Nybergh is curious about Jussa’s job involving the Sports Tracker app and wearable tech for active lifestyles.

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Produced by Thomas Nybergh / Ink Tank Media

 

 
Shownotes:

Jussa being sporty on Sports Tracker

Jussa on Instagram

Jussa’s hometown of Rovaniemi

Ski jumps as part of the Lahti cityscape

Ski jumping

Finnish sporting goods conglomerate Amer Sports

“Brought to you by Carl’s Jr.”

Why Thomas prefers iPhones despite them being crap in the cold

Thomas’ recommendation: “Homecoming”, a stellar dystopian sci-fi drama in podcast form

“Homecoming” reviewed by The Guardian

Jussa Lauhamaa

 

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What’s so weird and wonderful about Finland? British born Joel Willans, creator of Very Finnish Problems, discusses, with a variety of fascinating guests, what he’s learnt after 15 years living in his much-loved, adopted country.

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Title photo by Tsutomu takasu

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