Julian Carr is an X-Games gold medalist, cliff jumping world record holder, trail runner, race event hoster, Ford Bronco connoisseur, entrepreneur, and philosopher. Follow Julian on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/juliancarr/ Julian's Bronco restoration business: https://www.blakebroncos.com/ Julian's Mountain Race Series: https://www.cirqueseries.com/ Follow Why Am I Listening to This on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/whyamilisteningtothis/ Follow Why Am I Listening to This on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/whyamilisteningtothis/
The Cirque Series is underway in North America. Julian Carr's vision was to create a series of short mountain races that are challenging and that reward you for accepting the challenge. The courses will climb high, present you with awe-inspiring views, and then guide you back to a celebration of mountain running among a community of mountain sports enthusiasts. We caught up with Julian Carr earlier this summer, before the Cirque Series kicked off. We talked about how he got into mountain sports, his philosophy on extreme mountain sports, and their inherent risk, how he got into running, the art and culture of trail racing event production, and the value of community in racing.Julian runs all of the Cirque Series races to stay in peak shape for his winter ski sports season. You can follow him in several ways:Circqu Series: https://www.cirqueseries.com/Personal Webiste: http://juliancarr.squarespace.com/IG: https://www.instagram.com/juliancarr/?hl=enLinkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/julianblakecarr/
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In this week’s DBG episode, I had the opportunity to speak with professional skier, world record holder, and X-Games gold medalist, Julian Carr. Julian is widely recognized in the skiing world as having gotten some of the biggest airs off of cliffs the size of buildings. We met almost ten years ago in Salt Lake City and I’ve always been impressed with his composure and confidence. We talk about Gus life in the mountains, his work with Cirque Series, his company Discrete, and what goes through one’s mind when approaching a 200-foot cliff.
First Chair catches up with pro skier, Julian Carr, who has been featured in seven Warren Miller films, developing a reputation not only for capturing the biggest airs, but for all around skiing. Listen to how his background in gymnastics and his fascination for deep powder, has helped him to hone his craft.
Julian Carr holds multiple world records for ski cliff drops. He has successfully executed 100+ foot drops over a dozen times and walked away without a scratch. This conversation dives into the fact that he is not an “adrenaline junkie”. His approach is one of being grateful, present and working through fear. By “dissecting fear” Julien has been able to achieve moments of connection with himself and his surroundings that make the impossible – possible. Widely recognized for the biggest airs in skiing, Julian Carr has been featured in seven Warren Miller films, developing a reputation not only for big airs, but for all around skiing. He’s received a ‘Photo of the Year’ award from Powder Magazine, won the prestigious Sickbird Award on the Freeskiing World Tour, X-Games GOLD Medalist, & he holds two world records in cliff height. Julian serves as an ambassador for Protect Our Winters (POW), Climate Reality Project, & board member of Lands Conservation Foundation. He’s the founder of Discrete Clothing. Most recently, Julian founded a mountain running series, the Cirque Series, which is in its fourth season. CJ and Cory dive into: His journey to becoming a professional skier Fear and the power of using fear to boost concentration Julien’s protocol for skiing off 200 -foot cliffs (landing, sheerness, take off, self) Gratitude practice The stigma around adventure and action sports athletes as “adrenaline junkies” His life as an entrepreneur Achieving the impossible as an athlete Human Being vs Human Doing in the age of Corona Virus He is the Founder of Discrete Clothing and The Cirque Series
Hi Everyone! Episode 91 is here, and this week I’m joined by Julian Carr. Julian is an absolute legend in the free ski world, and we sat down to chat about what he’s been up... The post E91 – Julian Carr (@juliancarr) appeared first on Out of Bounds Podcast.
Julian Carr – Ep. 12 Julian Carr didn’t try skiing until he was in the 8th grade, but by the end of his second day he was hooked. From that point on, Julian kept skiing for fun all the way through to college where he began to seriously consider making a career out of his passion. It didn’t take long from that moment that Julian was making a name for himself in the realm of professional skiing. Before long Julian’s name and photo could be found in many of the top ski magazines and films. This fame only grew as Julian became widely known for his willingness to huck cliffs. Most notably his world record front flip off a 210 foot cliff while skiing in Switzerland. Julian has never been just a skier though, along with his passion for shredding down a mountain, he is also quite the businessman. During college, as he worked on his ski career, he also started his first company, Discrete Clothing. This venture has not only been a successful business for 10+ years, but helped prepare Julian to found his second venture, The Cirque Series. The series, which has quickly become the premier mountain running series in the USA, takes place at 6 world-famous ski-resorts around the US. For each race, participants push themselves up and down the mountain as quickly as they in the spirit of sport and so they can party with everyone at the finish line. But, unlike his races which have a clear end, there doesn’t seem to be an end to what Julian Carr can do when he puts his mind to it. So make sure to keep an eye out for his next big idea! The Links Find Your OM Instagram – @findyourom.officialFacebook – @findyourom.officialWebsite – www.findyourom.net Julian’s Links Julian’s Instagram – @juliancarr | juliancarr.squarespace.comThe Cirque Series – @cirqueseries | cirqueseries.comDiscrete Clothing – @discrete | www.discreteclothing.com The Mentions Icelantic Ski’s – @icelantic_skis | icelanticskis.comSpyder – @spyderactive | spyder.comProtect Our Winters – @protectourwinters | protectourwinters.com Click here to listen to our previous interview with Rafael Pease! The post Julian Carr – Ep. 12 appeared first on FIND YOUR OM.
What happens when a professional skier/cliff jumper decides to start a trail running series? Well, let's just say running isn't the main focus. The Cirque Series in the brain child of famous cliff-jumper Julian Carr, and takes place on some of the most well-known ski resorts around the West. Producer Claire Jones sets off to learn more about the series and Julian, which leads her down a path to answer one question: What on earth draws people to run up and down 3000 vertical feet?