Swiss big air goddess
June 2, 2004
Photo: Rich Arthur
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WD: What piece of advice would you give to a woman
who wants to learn to
Just do it! It's such a fun sport! Just make sure you
get lessons at a good kiteboarding school before you
try it on your own. Always play safe...
WD: What accomplishments are you most proud of?
I guess this crossing is one of the kiteboarding
accomplishments I am the most proud of. Being part of
this event was very important to me.
WD: What kite and board are you currently using?
I am using the Slingshot Fuel Kites and the Slingshot
SX 122 Board, I love it!
WD: What's your riding style?
My favourite style of riding is definitively the
radical, unhooked way of kiting. Other than that, I am
really into riding waves....
WD: If you were stranded on an island, what three
things could you not
live without (other than your kiteboard)?
Chocolate, my cell phone and a good book...
WD: What do you do when you are not kiteboarding?
Getting into trouble...
WD: What goes through your mind when you are 30-feet
in the air?
It's quite a nice feeling, flying through the air
WD: What's the women's pro circuit like? What would
I really have to say the the women's pro circuit is
amazing and a lot of fun!! You may not believe it but
we have great friendships on the tour and I always felt
good amongst all the girls on tour. Of course everyone
wants to have a good result and tries to give her
best, but in the end, we all know what really is
important: having a good time on the water with your
WD: Tell us something most people don't know about
When I was a child, I wanted to be a princess...
WD: Plans and goals for the rest of the summer?
I'll be kiting in Australia and the US (Gorge),
catching some waves in OZ...
WD: Your favorite place to kiteboard?
Margaret River and some other spots in Western