Sarah-Quita! Almost no further introduction needed but in case you have forgotten; Sarah-Quita from Aruba, 25 years young and despite her age already gained 12 World titles in Freestyle and Slalom. Active in all 3 disciplines in the PWA and recently proud winner of The 2016 Aloha Wave Classic in Maui Hawaii. This true water woman spent all her life in the water and is very stoked with the collaboration with Brunotti.
"I was born and raised in the Caribbean, on the Dutch island Aruba. I?ve participated in a lot of sports as a kid until narrowing it down to swimming, tennis and windsurfing. Aruba is a great place to learn windsurfing because of the shallow water and wind that blows pretty much all year long.
When my parents took my brother and I to take windsurf lessons I was only 9 and wasn?t strong enough to lift the sail, whereas my brother took to it immediately and was surfing circles around me in no time. Only a year later when we went to Bonaire with a big group to compete I decided to try windsurfing again so I could join in on the trip. We were a huge group of kids having fun on the water and since then I?ve been hooked to windsurfing!
After moving to the Netherlands for studies I realized how lucky I was to grow up on an island. Because of the cold weather I started travelling out to discover new and warmer places for windsurfing. This is when I discovered that I loved travelling, windsurfing in new places and meeting inspiring people.
Blasting across the water at high speed and you?re deciding in what direction you want to go. Windsurfing just gives me this adrenaline rush that keeps me coming back for more! I love the sport as a whole and am therefore competing in all the disciplines on the professional tour. Freestyle, slalom and wave.
Wave sailing is my latest challenge and I?m loving it! Apart from that, my main goal is to raise the bar for women?s windsurfing!
To be part of this great Brunotti team makes me a very happy girl, the fact that my teammates are from so many different board sport categories is so inspiring for me and to learn from each other is a great benefit to this co-operation".