When and where did you start Wing Foiling?
I started to get really hooked on Winging during summer 2020, when travelling got quite complicated and I was spending most of my time out on the Austrian Lakes. I was so stoked to be able to have such fun sessions every day even if there was only 10 Knots of wind.
What’s your watersports history – from which side did you enter Winging?
I spent the past 10 years travelling the world, competing on the Freestyle Kiteboarding World Tour. Combined with a little bit of Windsurfing background and quite a passion for surfing, Wing Foiling is the perfect combination out of all!
What do you love about Wing Foiling?
The thing I love most about Winging is that it is a completely new sport. There is no right or wrong and so many new possibilities for jumps. You could learn a new move every time you go out for a session. I love to progress, and I never had so much fun progressing like on the wing.
What’s your favorite conditions?
20 Knots and little ramps rolling in.
What’s your top advice for a beginner?
Use a big Wing and check out every step of your way in the upcoming Duotone and Fanatic Wing Academy!
Boom or handles?
Handles for Waves, Boom for everything else! I almost entirely ride a boom because it makes freestyling so much easier and also opens up way more possibilities for tricks.