The Spanish champion Oscar Cervantes has joined the C4 group, Dessault. We spoke with him to hear the reasons behind this choice, as explaine
There is no specific reason - he explains - simply my paths with my previous sponsor have parted ways, but I am very grateful for the help they have always given me.
You were not part of the team at the World Championship. What do you think of the current rules? "I think it's fine as it is, without any changes.
«What can be done to make fishing and competition more current? "It's a complicated issue because we are often viewed negatively as we catch fish, and the competition is based on this same concept».
Do you think it's possible to create some sort of ecological regulations?
«At the moment, I believe there are already ecological regulations in place. In the areas where the competitions take place, species are limited to protect the most vulnerable ones. In the past, you could catch anything, regardless of whether it was all the same species».
What is your favorite catch in competition?
«Depending on the location, but i always look for the ones that are typically more stationary and therefore safer».
Tell us something about yourself. Where do you live?
«I live in Ibiza».
What do you like to do when you're not at sea?
«I'm always connected to the sea, both for pleasure and work. One of the things I enjoy most when I'm not diving is cooking; I love cooking. I also really enjoy playing football».
What is your secret dream?
«To become a world champion; it's one of my dreams».
The most beautiful place you've ever seen underwater...
«It's in Ibiza, a place called Bledas, an area with a lot of life and crystal-clear waters».
And outside the water?
«Es Vedra, an uninhabited island. It's truly wonderful».