Louison: the windsurfer with 27 months

A two-year-old boy has experienced the first windsurfing emotions in the water of Martinique, an island located in the Caribbean Sea.

It might be a world record.

Louison, a young waterman with only 27 months of age, has managed to grab a windsurf sail and control the board over the flat waters of Martinique.

Louison, who barely knows how to swim, got in contact with the Caribbean waters and the windsurfing gear and rapidly set sail on his small windsurfer.

The first windsurfing experience of the two-year-old boy shows that we might get a future Slalom world champion in the making.

The footage reveals all his early skills.

Louison sailed with a special 0.8m MicroFreak, a high-performance sail for kids that works just like an adult sail.

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