Who Is The Biggest Self-Proclaimed Over-Achiever In Surfing?

19 Oct 2017 1 Share

COASTALWATCH | LIPPED THE SURFER'S PODCAST

Hosted by James Miles & Cahill Bell-Warren

EPISODE 26

This is a big episode as Jimmy & Cahill are joined by legendary surfer, coach and one time WSL commentator Jake Paterson. They chat coaching some of the best up and coming surfers in the world, being the self-proclaimed biggest overachiever in surfing (2 x JBay winner & Pipe Master) and the cultural difference between nights in France now and when he was on tour.

Plus they are joined by Johnny Hawken who plays "Shades of Blue", the much-requested outro song of Lipped, live. Johnny also joins us to chat the Quiky Pro France, crazy QS rankings and look forward to the MEO Rip Curl Pro. So much surf banter you need to take a bex and have a lie down.

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