Leticia Bufoni promises to get closer to the fans and show behind the scenes of her life in 2022 – GQ

Leticia Bufoni: Against the sexist wind throughout her trajectory, Leticia achieved fame, respect and three world titles (Photo: Matheus Coutinho)

Back to Brazil to spend the New Year’s Eve festivities with family and friends, Leticia Bufoni still looking for a break in the schedule to rest. After an important year – especially for the debut of skateboarding at the Tokyo Olympics –, now the skateboarder is at her home in Guarujá, on the coast of São Paulo, ready to receive 2022.

Live with the GQ Sport Club this Monday (20), through the official account of the Instagram from GQ Brasil, Bufoni said that he already has his eye on next year’s competitions, in addition to plans to promote his shape brand called Monarch, and be more present on his Youtube channel.

“I’m really looking forward to next year. The competitions start in July, and maybe there will be X Games in April. [de Paris]. I’m going to focus a lot”, said the athlete, who also said that competing is what she loves to do the most.

One of the news that the athlete told first hand is that in 2022 she will share her routine with fans more. The project will be split between Red Bull’s Youtube channel and hers.

“We don’t have a release date yet, but I want it to be as soon as possible. I’m going to show a little bit of everything in my life. I try to always be very close to my fans, but I’m not that active on the networks. , commented.

Leticia Bufoni: "I moved to the United States at the age of 14 without any family members, not speaking English, not knowing what would happen" (Photo: Matheus Coutinho)

Leticia Bufoni: "I moved to the United States when I was 14 years old without any family members, without speaking English, without knowing what was going to happen" (Photo: Matheus Coutinho)

Taking advantage of the visibility that the Olympics brought to the sport, the veteran of the skate parks looks favorably upon the generation of Rayssa Leal, the “fairy” and Olympic medalist. According to her, everything changed after the Olympic competitions in Tokyo.

“It was a surreal life lesson. I really want to go to Paris to live this experience again. It’s great to be that figure for them [nova geração] that I didn’t have”.

Also in skateboarding since the age of 14 – and now 28 – Leticia Bufoni also spoke about the pressure of being the most experienced and also about her perfectionism, which sometimes ends up getting in the way when competing.

“I try to get it through my head that I’m not 13 anymore. I don’t have more time and time to walk 7 hours a day. This pressure helps me, but it hinders me. I had a lot of anxiety at the Olympics, I couldn’t sleep the night before to compete.”

“My focus is still skateboarding,” said Bufoni, who now shares his time as an athlete with his businesswoman. Even though the sport comes first, the skater says that nowadays she spends a lot of time in meetings and calls. “Until 2, 3 years ago it wasn’t like that. My concern was the gym, skateboarding and food. Today it has changed, I don’t always have so much time to skate,” he said.

Cover of the June/July double edition of GQ Brasil, Leticia Bufoni also revealed that 2021 was a year in which she practiced a lot of one of her favorite hobbies: drift.

Letícia Bufoni tells her story in the June/July double edition of GQ Brasil (Photo: Matheus Coutinho)

Leticia Bufoni tells her trajectory in the June/July double edition of GQ Brasil (Photo: Matheus Coutinho)

“I’ve always liked cars. I’m passionate about motorsports. I started last year and I’m quite addicted. This is exciting me a lot. I don’t always get a little time, but I’m tied up,” she said.

Check out the full interview on GQ Brasil’s Instagram:

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