It was in Bali during PPG when I defeated two of my idols (Windsor and Peacock).What lessons has wakeboarding taught you?
Don’t stop believing and give the best of yourself to reach your goals.What does it mean to ride for LF?
It’s the American Dream for a little French man to ride for one of the major brands in the industry with some of the best athletes in the world.Who or what inspires you?
Snowboard legends like Terje Haakonsen and Mark McMorris are very inspiring.What do you think you are doing too much of or too little of because of wakeboarding?
Nothing, I just try to keep a good balance in my life and on my wakeboard.
My first shooting with the LF team in France in 2019.
The American Bully because I have the same morphology and the same state of mind: nice in all circumstances, but when it is necessary to fight I am there to win.
I'm not a defeatist.
Daniel Grant as always been my biggest inspiration since I was a kid.
A Back Mobe 5 on a kicker.
Cable - I never really had the opportunity to winch.
Pedro Caldas and Raph Derome.
Because every single board is fun to ride, even at the entry level.
At first I was a competitive snowboarder and wakeboarding was a way to train in the summer. Then things became big with wakeboarding so I decided to switch.
Thai Wake Park / CWC / Poule Wake Park.
I would go on a world tour to film some mini episodes at each place. I'd travel with a major production company and 2/3 other athletes.
When I was invited to Wake the City in Milano and teamed up with Guenther.
It's a secret...
I go skateboarding and I spend some quality time with my family.
Teaching wakeboarding to kids.
I'd be a snowboarder.
To live from wakeboarding because it was my dream.
I'm a competitor, so I want to keep winning as many competitions as I can until I get defeated by the rookies.
The United States.