This Week On The Daily Habit and The Weekly Update With Boost Mobile

This week on The Daily Habit:

WILEY FULLMER – Monday 4/02/07
He’s a top name in the freestyle motocross arena with a first place at the 2006 Nokia Air and Style competition in Munich Germany: FMX pro Wiley Fullmer lands in the studio Monday. Wiley tells us about his early days on the family ranch, hucking huge airs into piles of manure, all the way to making his leap to the big leagues. Plus, correspondent Jordan Morris begins his week-long coverage of the cream of the indie music crop at the 2007 South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas. Wiley’s sponsors include: Shift, Smith Optics, EVS, Dunlop Tires, MTA West, and Corona Motorsports.

JASON ADAMS – Tuesday 4/03/07
Jason Adams is a pro skateboarder, artist, and family man. He’s been in the game a long time and “The Kid is known for keeping it original and progressive. Always keeping himself busy, Jason tells us about his latest skate video with Enjoi titled “Bag of Suck, and fills us in on his recent art show that featured his collection of personal works. Plus, Brayden Szafranski takes the Baker skate team to shred one of California’s oldest and largest indoor skate parks. And, Jordan Morris tries to scientifically create the perfect band at this year’s South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas. Jason’s sponsors include: Innes Clothing, Enjoi Skateboards, and Duffs Shoes

JUSTIN STEPHENS – Wednesday 4/04/07
The man behind Liquid Force Films and this year’s X-Dance award-winning film “The Truth, wakeboarding’s elite filmer Justin Stephens is on the show. We’re getting a look at the some of Justin’s acclaimed wake films including “Relentless and “The Truth, and we’ll hear from him on what went into making these groundbreaking films. Plus, correspondent Jordan Morris continues his week-long quest to delve deep into the indie roots of the South by Southwest Music Festival in Austin, Texas. Justin’s sponsors include: Oakley, Liquid Force, and Monster.

STEVIE BELL – Thursday 4/05/07
A few years ago Stevie Bell was a virtual unknown. But those days are over. He’s now gaining notoriety and is part of the Forum pro team. Along with the latest scoop on the Forum team, Stevie talks about shooting straight to the pros and his latest obsession with skateboarding. Plus, live in studio, a musical performances by AlexisOnFire. And, this year’s SXSW festival featured more than 1,400 bands, so today correspondent Jordan Morris starts to narrow them down for you. Stevie’s sponsors include: Spy, Matix, DVS, Special Blend, Forum, Technique, Skullcandy, Celtek, and Neff.

HOMER HENARD – Friday 4/06/07
Santa Cruz local and always a heavy charger in the line-up, pro surfer Homer Henard is in the studio. Recently spending his time towing, grinching, and getting bigger airs, Homer sheds some light on the current progression of surfing that certainly won’t be getting stale in his lifetime. Plus, we’ve got a live in-studio musical performance by “Helio Sequence. And, correspondent Jordan Morris delivers his final report from 2007 SXSW festival in Austin, Texas. Homer’s sponsors include: No Fear, Santa Cruz Surfboards, Xcel Wetsuits, OAM, Aloha Island Grill, and No Fear Energy Drink.

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This week on FUEL TV’s The Weekly Update With Boost Mobile:

This week on FUEL TV’s The Weekly Update With Boost Mobile, we kick things off at the Tampa Pro where Eric Koston takes first in the street, followed byy Jereme Rogers and Paul Rodrigues. In the vert comp, Pierre Luc Gagnon takes first, followed by Mattias Ringstrom and Buster Halterman.

At the World Superpipe Championships at Park City Mountain Resort in Utah, Shaun White won yet another halfpipe contest this year, followed by Danny Davis and Mason Aguirre. In the women’s event, Torah Bright wins, while Japan’s Soko Yamaoka takes second and Kelly Clark was in third.

In other snowboard news, Japan’s Ryoh Aono wins the Nokia Snowboard FIS World Cup in Calgary, followed by Dylan Bidez in second and Canadian Brad Martin in third. On the women’s side, Manuela Laura Pesko wins the pipe contest and the overall title.

At the Vans Bondi Beach Bowl-A-Rama, Rune Glifberg just edges out Omar Hassan for the win, while Benji Galloway takes third.

The second annual Boardshorts, Bulls, and Bikini’s Pro Wakeboard Rail Jam was held at Texas, Aaron Rathy won the rail jam, while Tino Santori won the mechanical bull riding contest

And in the Weekly Update One-on-One, Australian ASP Women’s World Tour Rookie Stephanie Gilmore talks about growing up on the Gold Coast and her road to the World Tour.

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