Alban Tessier : 42 - Nantes - FRANCE
Occupation: Teacher at a specialized institute for the visually impaired
WAA SWITCH is the opportunity to discover interesting characters. Some discover a passion when others experience an epiphany. Heads up, this switch will make you want to travel, to go to far away lands that you would have never suspected you’d set foot on. It will also prove to you once again that the only limits are those that we impose on ourselves…
Age: 35 - Job: cyclocrossman/ TV Consultant
Passions: Cyclism, Tricolor jersey
Steve Chainel is a strong supporter of cyclocross. With him, everything moves very fast ... What he wants, he gets. It's one of his strengths. His mind made up at a young age, he reached his goal until late in life. But that doesn’t matter... a passion has no limit.
City: Le conquet, Finistère, France
Passions: Music in all its forms
The arts have always attracted, repelled, and given life to ... music is a part of life and leaves no one unmoved. It intoxicates us, and transcends all barriers. This creative process allows Gwenaël to evolve and build herself up by knocking down all obstacles, she doesn’t let them stop her...
Occupation: Specialist educator for adults with autism
Interest: Cycling, Swimming, Running
There are moments that completely change a life for the good or the bad.
The story we are about to share with you is the tale of two sport enthusiasts, addicted to self-transcendence, to sport’s values and intense emotions.
One of the two protagonists of the story said: “The goal is to show that when you want something you can get it. The only limits we have are the ones that we set ourselves”. What’s to follow is the explanation of this sentence.
The whole WAA team met in a house cut off from the world for 4 days. The goal? Share. Share our vision of the brand and what we wanted to do with it. We grew up very quickly the last 4 years and everything was quickly rushed in a landslide of good news. It was necessary to take this time to ask ourselves and think about what we really believed.