Hélène Noesmoen first got into windsurfing with her father at 4 years of age, a sport which is part of the family DNA, quickly securing three RS:X titles in the youth categories.
What followed were years of sacrifice colored by studies, physical fitness training and sailing, but the hard work was rewarded by a degree from INSA as an engineer in the field of civil and municipal engineering, culminating in victory at the World Cup Series in Miami in February 2018. Hélène sails on all manner of high-speed craft and most notably the windsurfing foil. In 2020, she became European and then World Windfoil champion. She now has her sights on the Olympic dream in the discipline with the upcoming Games in 2024. Boasting a genuine talent for boardsports, she’s aiming to transfer her experience of high-speed tactics to the SailGP race format. Her engineering prowess is an added boon for everything related to performance analysis and she makes no secret of her desire to perform well and be a part of team life both on and off the water.
Also committed to an association geared towards the preservation of the oceans, she’ll be flying the flag for Race for The Future.