Paige Alms On Winning Her Second Pe'ahi Challenge

3 Nov 2017 0 Share

COASTALWATCH | LIPPED

Hosted by James Miles & Cahill Bell-Warren

Off The Lipped With Paige Alms

The Lipped podcast caught up with Paige just days after she claimed her second victory at Pe’ahi (Jaws) to chat about the history making day, the perfect timing of her training camp, travelling, surfing and why setting goals is so important.

Paige Alms is a big wave surfer from Hawaii who is pushing the limits of paddle in surfing. She is a two time winner of the Pe’ahi Challenge and has been nominated for the Billabong XXL Big Wave Awards Wave of the Year.

It's a fascinating chat with one the most inspiring surfers in the world... and Paige Alms (b'doom tish)

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