Another Ep In Frederico Morais’ Ongoing Doco
A behind the scenes look at the Australian leg of Kikas’ 2018.
Where one and two delved into Freddy’s childhood and qualification highs and woes, the third episode focuses on his time upon the big stage.
Fred calls Australia his ‘second home’, and frankly with our current competitive dramas down here, we’re more than happy to accept him. The Portuguese stud’s forehand hooks and whacks complement the walls of Snapper and Bells well. And considering his coach, PT, and a large proportion of his ‘Bong teammates are Aussie he feels at home on the oversized island.
He might not provide much flare, but his surfing is solid and stylish. Someone that the aerially opposed – also known as every old dude at your local – can barrack for.
I don’t know how many episodes are in the series, nor when the next one’s due out. But I recommend watching the above and the first two if you haven’t already.
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