Surfing could be considered a family tradition in Suzanne’s family. Surrounded by a father and brother obsessed by the sport, it was only natural for her to follow in their footsteps from a very young age.
A Breton through and through, she doesn’t fear the cold and loves to take in the wild landscapes around her every time she is in the water. Which is, most of the time. Besides cherishing these fleeting moments alone on her board, she also appreciates the simple things in life like hanging out with her friends or eating crepes.
La Palue, Finistère.
Carve or a top turn.
For the sensations on the water but also to exercise and have fun with friends.
Carissa Moore, Stephanie Gilmore, John John Florence.
Crepes (from Brittany!).
Can you tell us more about your passion for your sports?
I started surfing when I was about six or seven years old. My father and brother are both surfers, so it immediately became a passion when I was growing up. I now spend as much time as possible in the water, admiring and appreciating the environment in which I surf.
You just won the lottery, what would you do first?
I go on a surf trip with my friends, and I try to look for the perfect waves in stunning places.
The Landes and the French Basque country.
What’s the most amazing thing you’ve experienced?
There are so many incredible moments when you are surfing. To point one thing out in particular is difficult because every moment spent in the water is extraordinary and unique. But my favorite sessions are the ones at sunrise or sunset because the landscape is so beautiful.
What do you do with your day when there are no waves?
When there are no waves, I do other sports like swimming, biking, running, and water sports like Stand-Up Paddle or wakeboarding. I also like to walk along the beach and go out with my friends.