Marie-Amélie started athletics when she was 6 years old. She won many national awards and titles.
In 2004, she was in a very serious motorcycle accident, and lost her lower left leg.

Despite the hardship of the situation, she found will and strength to set herself new goals only 4 months after her fall.

“I AM GOING TO BREAK ALL THE RECORDS.
I AM GOING TO REACH FOR THE MOON AND STARS.”

Marie-Amélie is a runner, and as such, received two gold medals and one bronze one at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.
Willpower in the head, the legs but first and foremost the heart. Marie-Amélie is a caring, and attentive woman, always eager to help, with strength and vigor.

She is an avid and taboo-free spokesperson for people with disabilities, and works with companies and corporations to demonstrate that sudden changes and constraints can be great opportunities to question and improve oneself.

16 May 2019