ANTOINE ALBEAU est un véliplanchiste français champion du Monde.

Sacré Marin de l'année par la Fédération française de voile en 2010, il possède l'un des plus grands palmarès de la voile : depuis 1994, il a notamment été 24 fois champion du monde dans différentes disciplines de la planche à voile, et détient plusieurs records de vitesse. Il est ainsi le premier véliplanchiste à avoir dépassé les 100 km/h. Il est le sportif français le plus titré de l'histoire.

Ayant pour numéro de voile FRA-192, ANTOINE ALBEAU est capitaine de l'Équipe de France de funboard, dont il a instigué la création.

À titre civil, il est médaillé par l'Académie des sports en 2014 pour ses performances de 2013 et il est nommé chevalier de l'Ordre national du mérite en 2015.
Dans ses conférences, ANTOINE ALBEAU évoque son parcours, la motivation, les problèmes que l'on peut rencontrer dans le sport, le dépassement de soi, le mental, travail d'équipe, gestion du stress, l'intuition et la performance.


2015
– PWA World champion slalom
– November 2nd New windsurfing World Record with 53.27kts ( 98.40km/h ) with Vmax 55.15kts in the Guinness Book
– Médaille de l’Ordre National du Mérite

2014
– PWA world champion slalom
– Médaille de l’académie des sports

2014
– Titre d’Athlète d’Exception par le Comité National Olympique et Sportif Français SURF Sélectionné Trophée XXL Billabong  pour la vague de Belharra
– Parrain de L’Association « Surf Insertion »

2013
– World Champion Slalom PWA

2012
– Windsurfing World Record October 21st
– World Speed Record 52.05 Kts – Vmax 54.17 Kts
– World Champion Slalom PWA

2011
– World Champ Formula Windsurfing
– Vice world Champ Slalom
– Entering the Who’s Who
– Got the medal of the “Académie des Sports” in Paris

2010
– World Champ Slalom
– World Champ Formula Windsurfing

2009
– World Champ Slalom Vice World Champ Speed

2008
– World Champ Slalom
– Vice World Champ Speed 2008
– World Windsurfing Speed
– March Record 49.09kts / 91.90km/h
– Record holder for crossing the English channel (La Manche), 5h58min from Cherbourg to Poole for ellenmacarthurtrust.org

2007
– World Champ Speed
– World Champ Slalom
– World Champ Formula Windsurfing 1st Defi Wind, 700 competitors

2006
– World Champ Slalom
– World Champ SuperX European Champ Slalom
– 1st Defi Wind, 600 competitors

2005
– World Champ Formula Windsurfing European Champ Formula Windsurfing 1er Défi Wind, 500 competitors

2004
– World Champ Formula Windsurfing Vice European Formula Windsurfing Vice World Champ SuperX
– 12 x National Champion 1992 to 2004

2003
– Vice World Champ Formula Windsurfing European Champ Formula Windsurfing Vice World Champ Slalom

2002
– Vice World Champ Formula Windsurfing

2001
– World Champ Freestyle
– Vice World Champ Formula Windsurfing

1997
– Vice World Champ Speed

1995
– Record for the crossing between Guadeloupe Martinique (Caribbean Islands) 100 Nautical miles in 6h30min

1994
– World Champ IFCA Slalom
– World Champ IFCA Racing
– World Champ IFCA Overall



Record

– Location Namibia Luderitz
– Conditions wind 45 to 55kts
– Top Speed 54.17 –  100.32km/h

– Sponsor 2015 Chrarente Maritime, ile de Ré, ClimatPur, M300 Speed, Camping Atlantique, Groupe Rhinos, MMA Mader, Isoxan Sport

Results:

France, Leucate 8TH MARCH 2008 > sailing speed record 49.09 kts 90.91km/h


Namibia, Luderitz 21 October 2012 > windsurfing speed record 52.05 kts 96.40km/h


Namibia, Luderitz 02 November 2015 > windsurfing speed record 53.27 kts 98.65km/h



ANTOINE ALBEAU is a French windsurfer who holds twenty-four Windsurfing World Championships in different disciplines since 1994.

Born on June 17, 1972 in La Rochelle, France, Albeau set a new all–category world windpowered sailing speed record on March 5, 2008 with 49.09 knots (90.91 km/h or 56.49 mph) on the Saintes Maries de la Mer Speed Canal, beating the previous record which had been set by Finian Maynard with a speed of 48.70 knots in April 2005 at the same spot. In November 2012 he improved with a new record of 52,05 knots (96.34 km/h – 59.9 mph) on the Luderitz Canal in Namibia.

In October 2008 ANTOINE ALBEAU successfully completed a cross channel windsurf from Cherbourg, France to Sandbanks, Poole. A crossing of 75 nautical miles (138 kilometres) taking just over 6 hours. Antoine was accompanied by Guy Cribb, and supported by Dave Hartwell from The Water Sports Academy, Sandbanks in a safety boat which also acted as a media platform

In his conferences, ANTOINE ALBEAU talks about his background, motivation, problems that can be encountered in sport, self-improvement, mental, teamwork, stress management, intuition and performance.


2015
– PWA World champion slalom
– November 2nd New windsurfing World Record with 53.27kts ( 98.40km/h ) with Vmax 55.15kts in the Guinness Book
– Médaille de l’Ordre National du Mérite

2014
– PWA world champion slalom
– Médaille de l’académie des sports

2014
– Titre d’Athlète d’Exception par le Comité National Olympique et Sportif Français SURF Sélectionné Trophée XXL Billabong  pour la vague de Belharra
– Parrain de L’Association « Surf Insertion »

2013
– World Champion Slalom PWA

2012
– Windsurfing World Record October 21st
– World Speed Record 52.05 Kts – Vmax 54.17 Kts
– World Champion Slalom PWA

2011
– World Champ Formula Windsurfing
– Vice world Champ Slalom
– Entering the Who’s Who
– Got the medal of the “Académie des Sports” in Paris

2010
– World Champ Slalom
– World Champ Formula Windsurfing

2009
– World Champ Slalom Vice World Champ Speed

2008
– World Champ Slalom
– Vice World Champ Speed 2008
– World Windsurfing Speed
– March Record 49.09kts / 91.90km/h
– Record holder for crossing the English channel (La Manche), 5h58min from Cherbourg to Poole for ellenmacarthurtrust.org

2007
– World Champ Speed
– World Champ Slalom
– World Champ Formula Windsurfing 1st Defi Wind, 700 competitors

2006
– World Champ Slalom
– World Champ SuperX European Champ Slalom
– 1st Defi Wind, 600 competitors

2005
– World Champ Formula Windsurfing European Champ Formula Windsurfing 1er Défi Wind, 500 competitors

2004
– World Champ Formula Windsurfing Vice European Formula Windsurfing Vice World Champ SuperX
– 12 x National Champion 1992 to 2004

2003
– Vice World Champ Formula Windsurfing European Champ Formula Windsurfing Vice World Champ Slalom

2002
– Vice World Champ Formula Windsurfing

2001
– World Champ Freestyle
– Vice World Champ Formula Windsurfing

1997
– Vice World Champ Speed

1995
– Record for the crossing between Guadeloupe Martinique (Caribbean Islands) 100 Nautical miles in 6h30min

1994
– World Champ IFCA Slalom
– World Champ IFCA Racing
– World Champ IFCA Overall



Record

– Location Namibia Luderitz
– Conditions wind 45 to 55kts
– Top Speed 54.17 –  100.32km/h

– Sponsor 2015 Chrarente Maritime, ile de Ré, ClimatPur, M300 Speed, Camping Atlantique, Groupe Rhinos, MMA Mader, Isoxan Sport

Results:

France, Leucate 8TH MARCH 2008 > sailing speed record 49.09 kts 90.91km/h


Namibia, Luderitz 21 October 2012 > windsurfing speed record 52.05 kts 96.40km/h


Namibia, Luderitz 02 November 2015 > windsurfing speed record 53.27 kts 98.65km/h