The young talent today is called Loïck Lesauvage, is a waver almost French 13 years. Its appearance is clean and polite, but don't be fooled, This little loop in French water turns and offers incredible numbers. See him run around indefatigable in the waves of the South of France is a real pleasure. And then, also under the aspect of media, It has an image of quality and well taken care of. Beautiful photos, video and even a blog that I recommend to visit.
Name: Loïck LESAUVAGE
Birth date: 29 February 2000
Residence: Le Beausset (Southern France)
Favorite discipline: Wave, I love the waves
Favorite maneuvers: Frontloop and backloop
RIW: We begin by talking about your equipment, that the table uses?
L.L.: As said I love the wave, I'm a light weight and I am very happy with the Goya Quad Custom 58 liters.
RIW: How many sails make up your set?
L.L.: I can surf in all wind conditions and wave with three sails Goya: 2.7 Guru, 3.4 Guru, 3.7 Banzaï.
RIW: How did you start windsurfing?
L.L.: It was because of my father, who at the age of 6 years I began to try windsurfing. Afterwards, during the holidays I deepened and improved the technique by attending windsurfing schools. Now I'm totally fascinated and involved with this sport.
RIW: We met in Marseille for global pro-kids and I saw that you behave well in freestyle, What is your best result in competitions?
L.L.: My first race was EFE-EFPKT in 2010 in Six-Fours les Plages in France. The best result I got in my second race EFE-EFPKT where I won a third place in the category Under 15.
RIW: Where do you train and usually what does your homespot?
L.L.: My homespot is La Coudoulière (F). I like it because it's very windy and with some tasty waves.
RIW: How can you combine studies with training?
L.L.: Often I finish early at school, When there are wind and waves my father takes me straight to the sea. In this way I can manage everything without major problems.
RIW: What do you do when you're not in the water?
L.L.: When there is no wind, I like to play video games. Often I look at videos of windsurfing and sometimes sold video myself.
RIW: Where in the world you'd like to go surfing?
L.L.: I've been to Maui (Ho'okipa) and I would love to go again because it's a wonderful spot. I'd also go to Pozo (Gran Canaria), I know that it's very windy.
RIW: Try some interest in other sports?
L.L.: I like the water sports like SUP and surf, so just for fun.
RIW: What are the idols that inspires you?
L.L.: Thomas Traversa, Levi Siver and Marcilio Browne are my main references.
RIW: In a few days you'll perform 13 years, How would you like your future by windsurfer?
L.L.: I would like to become a professional and surf in the best spots in the world, but I think first I'll have to train again for a long time.
RIW: Best wishes for the future then, seguiremo con attenzione la tua crescita sportiva.
L.L.: Thank you. Vorrei ringraziare i miei genitori che mi garantiscono tutto il supporto di cui ho bisogno e anche le aziende che finora hanno creduto in me (Goya Board, Goya Sails, Oxbow, Nexpa, SFWO).
Il sito web di Loïck LESAUVAGE: http://loickf780.free.fr/Accueil.html
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Name: LESAUVAGE, Loïck.
Date of birth: On February 29th, 2000.
Where do you live?
I live in Le Beausset (south of France)
What is your favourite discipline?
I love Waves.
What are your best moves?
Frontloop and backloop.
RIW: We begin talking about your equipment, which is your board?
L.L.: As I say I love waves, I’m very light and I feel good with a Goya Quad Custom 58 l
RIW: How many and which sails compose your set?
L.L.: 2.7 Guru, 3.4 Guru, 3.7 Banzaï.
RIW: How did you get into windsurfing?
L.L.: I began at the age of 6 years old thanks to my father. After that, I’ve learnt in a Windsurf school during my holidays. And now I’m fascinated about it.
RIW: We met in Marseille for the world pro-kids and I saw that you are also a good freestyler, what is your best result in competition?
L.L.: My first competition was the EFE-EFPKT, in 2010, at Six-Fours les Plages. My best result was in my second competition EFE-EFPKT where I finished 3th in the under 15 years old category.
RIW: What is your local spot and why do you like it?
L.L.: My homespot is La Coudoulière (F). I like it because there are often some waves with wind.
RIW: How do you manage to keep up with studies and training:
L.L.: Often, I finish school early and if there are wind and waves, my dad takes me away to the spot after school. In this way I can manage everything without problems.
RIW: What is your life out of the water?
L.L.: When there are no windy days, I play video games, I watch windsurfing videos and I realize also videos.
RIW: Where you would go for windsurfing?
L.L.: I would like to come back to Maui (Ho'okipa) because it’s an awesome spot and I would like to go to Pozo (Gran Canaria) because it’s a windy place.
RIW: Do you feel any interest to other sports, which one?
L.L.: I’m interested in water sport like SUP and surf. It’s just for fun.
RIW: Who has inspired you in windsurfing?
L.L.: Thomas Traversa, Levi Siver and Marcilio Browne inspire me.
RIW: In few days you will get 13 years old, how would you like your future as windsurfer?
L.L.: I would like to be a professional windsurfer and sailing on the best spots of the world but before I have to practice a lot of time.
RIW: Best wishes for the future, then. We will carefully follow your career in windsurfing.
L.L.: Thanks a lot, and thanks to my Family who support me all the time and to my sponsors: Goya Board, Goya Sails, Oxbow, Nexpa, SFWO.
Interview: Michele Tagliafico – www.RIWmag.com
photo Courtesy: Loïck LESAUVAGE
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