When did you start flying?
2000 for skydiving, 2008 for tunnel flying
How many hours have you ﬂown in the tunnel?
Do you skydive and if yes, jump numbers to date?
I do skydive, and i have around 7500 jumps.
What is your main achievement?
*skydiving (free fly) : World Champion (2012), World cup winner (2011), European Champion (2011) French champion (2008/2009/2011)
*Tunnel flying (Dynamic) : participated in 6 competitions in D4W with team Joyriders and in 3 competition in D2W with team Windoor Women
Records (as a participant and an organizer) :
- Vertical World Record holder (2015/2009)
- Women Vertical World Record holder (2010-2013-2016)
- Women Upright World Record (2017)
- European Record (2013)
- French record (2014)
Why are you ﬂying ?
I started skydiving out of curiosity and stayed for the incredible feeling of freedom and the pure joy of moving your body into an airflow. I discovered indoor skydiving years later, as a tool for becoming a better skydiver, but quickly realize tunnel flying was becoming something on its own. I really enjoy the fact that we can spend so much time in the airflow while tunnel flying, giving our brains and body the time to assimilate what’s going on. We learn way faster in the tunnel for that reason. And mastering your own movement in the element, is a pretty incredible feeling.
What fascinates you about ﬂying/indoor skydiving?
Several aspect of indoor skydiving fascinates me. First of all, the speed at which we learn how to move and think. When you get to a certain level, you need to be really quick in there. In no other aspect of my life do i get the be and think that fast. I am also fascinated by the community this sport has introduced me to. To passion, the drive, the intensity i find with my fellow flyers is unique. And especially now, as we are all beginning this journey together, creating a discipline, inventing formats, pushing the limits, i feel more than ever than i am really lucky to have found this second family.
TRAVEL TO JAPAN
Have you ever been to Japan ?
I have been to japan twice, thanks to Flystation Japan. The first time was last april for the grand opening, which allow me to see my first ever Sakura, then again last december for a very short trip to Tokyo to participate in the TV show « N1 vs N1 » where i was judging. During my first trip, i have had the chance to visit Tokyo and travel around Kansai. I have fallen in love with Koyasan, adored Kyoto, developed a strong addiction to onsens and a weird obsession for Tokyo Fish market!!!
What are you excited to see / do in Japan ?
I am extremely excited about bringing all the best dynamic flyers to Tokyo, both to show Japan how incredible our sport is, and to show my community how amazing Japan is.