Video length: 5 minutes
Julian Vidani, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, dreamed of climbing the top of Tanzania, Kilimanjaro. He trained hard on the French tops for two years, thanks to the help of his friends and technology.
Julian Vidani, who suffers from multiple sclerosis, is pursuing his dream of one day climbing the top of Kilimanjaro, the summit of Africa. practicing pic du midi (Hautes – Pyrenees)10,000 km from its target. His illness causes him problems with motor skills, balance and fatigue. While this challenge seemed insurmountable, due to perseverance, he soon seemed to be able to touch it with his finger.
“I just want to beat my disease”, he confides during a training session with his friends. For two years they have been helping him walk with the pole, for his balance, and accompany him during his many breaks. For the toughest climbs, Julian vedanese Depends on technology: An exoskeleton amplifies its kinematics to withstand 6000m of vertical descent. The machine helps him, but he is exhausted, after ten minutes he must stop: Barely standing. but this “urgency to live” Always motivates him more despite the difficulties.