The sky is the limit for Luca. At 11 and a half years old, he started wing foiling. At 13, he became a World Champion in the U14 surf-slalom category on the GWA Youth World Cup circuit. At the same time, he placed third in the surf-freestyle event, cementing his status as one to watch in the future.
Addicted to the sport since he first tried it, he doesn’t intend on stopping there. Part of F-ONE’s Next Generation team, Luca is a technical rider and knows how to impress the judges with his great style.
Los Angeles, California, USA and La Ventana, Baja California Sur, Mexico
It’s a breathtaking experience, a full body workout, and a great way to forget your daily problems!
Christopher MacDonald. His wing foiling freestyle level skyrocketed in a short period of time because of his talent, dedication, and intense training. He pushes me to go faster, jump higher, and land tricks with more steez
Pasta with fresh mozzarella, cut tomatoes, and basil
Can you tell us a bit more about your passion for wing foiling?
I love wing foiling because it has brought nothing but happiness in my life. I have met amazing new people, been to gorgeous places, and learned many life lessons since I started. Wing foiling is also a good workout, and a great way to get some hours in the water. I also love surfing and I am learning to prone foil.
You just won the lottery, what would you do first?
I would celebrate by going for a salty session in the ocean!
“Success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life, as by the obstacles which he has overcome while trying to succeed.” - Booker T Washington
What’s the most amazing thing you’ve experienced?
Landing a backflip while wing foiling.
What are you doing during a day without waves or wind?
I am usually skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, playing water polo, playing tennis, or practicing American football.