Jeremy Flores

Jeremy Flores was born in Madagascar and grew up on Reunion Island.  He has been surfing every day since the age of 3 under the guidance of his father Patrick Flores who, over the years, has played a major role in Jeremy’s development as a competitive surfer. Jeremy and his family have spent long periods of time in Australia on Sydney’s Northern beaches, whole summers in Europe and notched up a string of seasons in Hawaii. Jeremy maintained his academic commitments through correspondence schooling and still found time to surf the amazing surfing venues of the globe. This worldly young surfer has had an unconventional upbringing but it has enabled Jeremy to experience life in different countries and cultures and has helped him to feel totally at ease on the World Tour. 

His career and personality are exceptional in more ways than one. Jeremy is not only the youngest surfer ever to break into the professional elite of world male surfers. His first year on the world tour saw him win the Rookie of the year” Award. Leading surfer of the Euroforce (European surfers of the ASP World Tour), which counts 7 members in the Top 45 this year. Last year, his second year on tour, was also a success, Jeremy finished the season in the top ten.

Jeremy spends a lot of his off time at his new house in Capbreton France, as soon as winter shows its head Jeremy follows the summer and spends time with this family in New Caledonia.These are the testing grounds for many of his boards that he develops with his shaper Mark Phipps. 

When Jeremy is not surfing he stays in shape mentally and physically with an intensive Jiu-jitsu training program. Don’t mess with Jeremy he’s a fighter.

For the 3rd year on the WCT world tour Jeremy is aiming at a top 5 finish or better. We believe that Jeremy has the potential to be the first ever European to win a world title. 

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