|Goya Sail, Tabou, Billabong N-C
|A few words about yourself.
|check the forecast every day, 2 or 3 times (my girlfriend can’t believe it) on different website and with a long view in the top a mountain !!! (in NC you don’t see the waves from the shore so you have to know before you go). Surf as much as I can and windsurf…after that, yoga and swim to put my back allright and fell good !! I am also a sport teacher for leaving!
|What makes your ride?
|Easy….the waves!! The feeling of a board turning under your body. The reef in New Caledonia…so beautiful.
|How much do you love to windsurf?
|I love to windsurf in light wind and nice shaped waves, that’s all! Sometimes jumping is ok but surfing a wave with a sail or without a sail is the best.
|What is your most memorable session?
|For sure one of Ténia big Day in 2008.
|What inspires you?
|Feel good in my body to be better in the water. The big Ocean. A good life with project with my girlfriend.
|Describe your gear and the conditions you use it in.
|I use from 4.2 to 4.7 sails .I use the new 3 batten Goya sail in reef condition(side to side-off wind and powerfull waves) and in Magenta (full on shore wave spot good for jumping and tricks in the wave).
|What does riding for Goya mean to you?
|Francisco Goya was my first inspiration when I start competing.His world title made me dream because he is humble and rides a wave like few people in the world. He is, one of those guy who created a style. Goya Sail comes from pure passion of waveriding, that’s why it is good!
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