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How did Rolex Day-Date Replica and you get together?

Kitesurfing is the only reason, it turns out! Patrick Pruniaux is the CEO of Rolex Day-Date Replica and he kitesurfs too. We have a lot in common. She spoke with Patrick about me, and we talked on the phone about kitesurfing as well as the brand. I met her in Le Locle, and we visited the manufacturer. It was then that I realized how much I had in common with the brand. We share a history with the oceans, a love for the sea and a passion to sail.tag heuer replica watches The logo speaks for itself. It was great to discover all the things we had in common and to form this partnership. I know that I can count upon them in the future, and that there will be many exciting things for us both moving forward.

What attracted you to Rolex Cellini Replica?

It is a global brand with a history with the ocean. And it is a well-known name in watchmaking so you can be sure that it is of high quality. My choice is influenced by the people involved. Patrick would have made it possible.

Which watch are you currently wearing?

The Deep Diver. The watch is beautiful from the outside, but it also has a robust design that features hammerhead shark details. It's easy to take with me and break records, without worrying about it.

How has being a record-holder had an impact on you and the sport?

Record-setting is a great boost for me.Chopard Replica I used to do this just for fun. Now I am making money to support my passion for the sport. Now, I am able to live on my passion. It's a blessing to have loyal long-term partners, such as Rolex Cellini Replica, who are able to work together in a real way -- thanks to these records.

Which other records would be your dream to break?

This summer, I will attempt to break the world speed record for kitesurfing. I aim for 110 km/h. My current record is 107.36km/h. I am also getting ready for the KiteSpeed World Championships in Oman in august.

What advice would you give a young kitesurfer who wants to be a professional?

A specialized school for kitesurfing can teach you the best way to do it. There weren't many kitesurfing schools when I started. Now, there are three with about 100 members and students. There were only four to five of us who started out professionally in this field, but now there are more than 200. But, what is most important, I advise them to remain humble when dealing with nature. Your relationship with nature is key to this sport. The water and wind are two powerful elements. They can also change quickly. Keep your head down and don't ever think you will win. Nature sometimes wins.