Noé loves competing and should never be counted out. After three months off due to an injury, the young Corsican stunned the crowd and finished second in both the surf-freestyle and surf-slalom events at the 2022 GWA Youth World Cup. At only 14, he also participated in the regular GWA tour.
Part of F-ONE’s Next Generation team, Noé’s technical skills are beyond compare thanks to his skiing and windsurfing background. Watch out for this grom who loves going fast and who already has a huge list of tricks up his sleeve.
Figari, Corsica, France
To have fun, to enjoy the thrill of it, and to improve
Can you tell us a bit more about your passion for wing foiling?
I started wing foiling towards the end of 2020, and I've always ridden F-ONE. I started with this gear in a club and since then I have never stopped.
You just won the lottery, what do you do first?
I look at the forecasts in all the best spots of the world, I choose one and I leave. I stay there for a while and then I go to another place. And that, ad infinitum!
What’s the most amazing thing you’ve experienced?
I've experienced a lot of great things; I couldn't really name one in particular. Most of all, I'm only 15 years old and I think I still have a lot of great things ahead of me!
What do you do with your day when there is no wind or waves?
When there's really no wind or waves, I often go foil pumping. It's a good cardio workout, it's good for the legs, and it's also a good way to improve your technique, so it's cool. I also enjoy time with my friends and my parents.