Pozo Izquierdo is one of the best wave spots in Europe and your home spot for a couple of years already. What is your first reaction, when you check the spot, and you see wind and waves perfectly pumping?
First of all, I get crazy because I know I am going to have a lot of fun and I want to go as fast as I can in the water. I also start to think which moves I am going to try.
When we watch you sailing it looks like you are playing on windsurf equipment. What is the most FUN of windsurfing for you?
Jumping is what I enjoy most, because it is the most dangerous in windsurfing, I love the tension and I feel the adrenaline.
You are constantly improving your skills. How do you learn new moves?
My father and my coach Jorge Vera helped me a lot. Jorge is sometimes windsurfing behind me, that gives me a lot of confidence. At the end of the day, we analyse my jumps recorded on video.
Recently you landed your first double forward loop, so you are currently the youngest kid to make this move. How did you push yourself to really do it, and how did you feel, when you nailed it for the first time?
First, I was training the double front flip on trampoline. I also improved the forward loop until my technique was super good so that I knew perfectly how to stop or accelerate rotation and where I am during the rotation. Then I knew I was ready to go for it.