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.