Since her first European title, she's never come down from the crest of the wave. Four times national champion, 6 european titles, 4th in the World Championships and ranked 14th in the ASP World Tour. The only French woman to have won a 5* WQS, Emmanuelle is one of the best surfers France has produced.
She was the first European to chase the dream of becoming a professional surfer. Determined, dynamic and always hungry for more, she ultimately succeeded and was a trailblazer for professional female surfing.
Emmanuelle is an accomplished sportswoman - besides surfing, she’s also participated in three adventure treks. Alongside her exciting career, she also finds time to be the mother of two children, and dedicates that same passion she has a surfer to motherhood. Her children share the unique values of surf culture, with her young daughter following in her footsteps as a professional female surfer.
Member of French surf team since 1991 and first professional woman surfer, in the top 20 of the world (number 14een on the WCT), Emmanuelle is the most titled French surfer.
Triple European champion EPSA 1998, 1999 and 2003
Triple European champion ISA 1991, 1993 and 1999
French champion 1994, 95, 96 and 1998
Vice French champion 1999, 2001, 2002, 2004
3rd in 2006, 5th in 2007
4th World Surfing Game Brazil 1998, 5th in 2004 Equator
Bask and Aquitaine champion in 2007
1st WQS 5* boardmaster Newquay/England in 2003
3rd Haleiwa Women Pro/Hawaii 1995
Quater finalist Lacanau Pro 1993
Quater finalist Jeffrey’s Bay Pro 1996
Semi finalist Women Pro Hawaii 1999
Quarter finalist US Open 2002
Semi finalist Durban Pro 2003
Quater finalist Hossegor Pro 2004
Quater finalist Lacanau Pro 2004
Semi finalist Newquay 2004