French / New Caledonian
Nouméa, New Caledonia
There's a few spots for Big Air but as we all admit, Cape Town is one of the best places to get some serious air because of the wind conditions and the big kickers.
King of deadman! I think it’s a very hard trick to perform because you need to release your bar and turn your body upside down and you are completely inverted.
Favourite thing about competing on tour?:
The format, big air and diversity is the key
Favourite competitors to ride against and watch:
We’ve all got different styles and that’s why it’s gonna be challenging. I don’t really look at who I’m against in a contest. I concentrate more on what I’m going to do and make sure I’m going to land all my tricks. I always say you are not competing against someone else, but against yourself.
Not sure if I’m going to do the entire tour but, if I do, then my goal is not to finish last hahaha!
How do you train?:
I don’t really train in a specific way. I kite a lot and try to push my side of the sport which is the old school (New Cal) style. I created a lot of the old school tricks and it’s fun even now to keep trying to find new ones. That’s my main motivation.