“I would have loved to have had the opportunity to compete with my brother but the 10 year age gap meant that his career ended just as mine was getting started. Seb is now the French Kiteboarding Team Coach, but first off his is my brother. Of course this can get difficult, I think more so for him as he is more implicated in the process. I know he finds it hard to keep his emotions separate. It’s also difficult for me to listen to him sometimes, no one likes being told what to do by their older brother, but I know that he usually has a point. At the end of the day, any disagreements we might have are always put to one side. Seb is not a big talker but his main advice to me has always been “go for it and don’t be afraid.” When I watch him, he’s exactly like that. What we have is great. Hope you enjoy the movie.
We sometimes talk about kiteboarding has evolved since back in his day. How many tours we’ve had since then. The kites I used when I was learning, laughing about how I couldn’t handle the power, and how Seb broke around 1 board a week.