I was born in Ibiza an Island known for Partying not for Kiteboarding. I travelled to Brazil every year from the age of 11 with my dad to go Kiteboarding. I started to become pretty good, entered a few small comps and did really well. At the age of 13 me and my family moved to Tarifa, the kiteboarding Mecca in Europe.
I trained hard with the best athletes in Kiteboarding and got pretty good. I became Spanish Junior Champion in 2011 and European Junior Champion in 2012. By that time I knew that I was good enough to qualify for the world tour. At the age of 16 I came 4th overall in the Pro Men’s World Tour, from then on I was aiming high and was going to do everything it took to become world Champion.
In 2014 I became Vice World Champion, obviously you know what my goal is for next year!
- 2011: Spanish Junior Champion
- 2012: European Junior Champion 2012
- 2013: 4th Place Overall PKRA World Tour
- 2013: PKRA Fuerteventura, Spain (2nd Place)
- 2013: Podium Pkra Hainan, China (2nd Place)
- 2014: PKRA Fuerteventura, Spain (1st Place)
- 2014: Podium PKRA Hurghada, Egypt (2nd Place)
My greatest achievement was becoming Vice World champion of 2014.
A lot of difficulties, injuries definitely are one of the main ones but as long as you train hard, stay fit and ride smart you’re all good.
Landing a new trick or filming something that I know my fans will love!
Patience, dedication and commitment.
The only time I get nervous is when I know that I haven’t been training hard enough for the particular event that I’m competing in.
Definitely my family and friends, they have supported me since the beginning and I am truly grateful for that.
I have no plans, just to keep doing what I’m doing until my body can’t take it anymore ;)
Rio Verde is a canyon for everyone, but this is not a reason to find it less spectacular or a lack of fun. Ideal to start in the world of canyoning. Situated right in the Sierra de la Almijara (Granada), its abseils, slides and jumps (some up to 14m are optional) will not leave you indifferent.
There is no need of previous experience in canyons or technical knowledge in the use of the material. You will learn along the way how to descend the canyon safely while having fun.
To begin this day full of excitement, you will be picked up from the meeting point and then you will get a light breakfast. After around 50 mins drive from the restaurant we start the briefing and then the activity.
30 minutes walking in amazing environment to reach the start point of Rio Verde canyon. Approximately 3.5 hrs canyon with rappels (up to 15 m), jumps (optional), slides (optional) and swim. You will reach the end point of the canyon and take a rest (and snacks) before having lunch.
Have lunch in a rural, quiet and homemade food restaurant inside the forest. Then, time to relax before coming back to Granada.
All necessary equipment included
Free snacks included
Pickup from a centrally located meeting point
Informative, friendly and professional guide
Maximum travelers: 20
Minimum travelers: 4
Gold Tandem Skydive (Monday – Friday)
For about 15 minutes you will be explained all the information you need to know about the equipment, which occurs during freefall and how to perform the landing. Our double turbine engine airplane only takes 15 minutes to reach 4600m/15000 ft. From this point, you get to enjoy a moment of pure adrenaline: 1 minute of freefall followed by 5 minutes of parachute descent, enjoying the sights of Seville and the Andalucía country side.
Using several security harnesses, you are completely attached to an expert instructor, so that you can enjoy a skydive free fall without any prior experience.