I grew up in the countryside, just before the Pyrenees mountain range where I played outside, roller hockey, basketball and tennis, rode bikes, hiked, skied, skateboarded and snowboarded without excelling at anything. I was just excited to learn. Young, with no innate talent and clear goals, I started late on the competition scene in 2007, where I then made the jump to the international scene in 2011, fighting my way up the World Snowboard Point List rankings. Years of self-improvement to be able to enjoy and strengthen myself on international circuits with friends and colleagues until 2018. What gave meaning to my story, even outside of my snowboarding career, was not just achieving certain successes , achieving goals, improving and sharing an incredible journey, so were the injury and recovery processes. In the end, overcome the challenges that presented themselves.
I focused on Exercise Science and Fitness after several major injuries to help me achieve my goals, which ended up giving quality and longevity to my professional career not only as an athlete but as a Excercie and Sports Science specialist. Personally now, one of my goals is to help find solutions through physical activity to improve health and sports performance.