Johanne Defay is a French professional surfer who has made a name for herself in the world of surfing. She was born on the island of Reunion, off the coast of Madagascar. She grew up in a surfing family and was already competing professionally by the age of 14.
Johanne was born in the exotic island of Reunion, off the coast of Madagascar. Her family has a long history of surfing and her father, Philippe Defay, was a professional surfer himself. She began surfing with her father at a young age and by the time she was 14, she was competing professionally in the World Qualifying Series.
Professional Surfing Career
Johanne’s career began to take off in 2011 when she won the World Qualifying Series in France. She continued to compete in the World Tour and in 2014 she won the Oi Rio Pro and made it to the quarterfinals of the Roxy Pro France. She has competed in numerous events and was the first Frenchwoman to make it to the World Surf League Championship Tour in 2015. She has also been a major influence on the sport, inspiring young women to take up surfing and encouraging them to follow their dreams.
Johanne has a close relationship with her family, who has been a major influence on her career. She has also been involved in a variety of philanthropic causes, including working with autistic children and promoting ocean conservation.
Johanne Defay has accomplished a great deal in her short career. She has won numerous competitions, been an inspirational figure to young women, and has been involved in a variety of philanthropic causes. She has left a lasting legacy in the world of surfing, inspiring young women to pursue their dreams and strive for excellence.