The Incredible ‘French Spiderman,’ Alain Robert climbs cliffs, mountains, gorges and skyscrapers… most often ‘without safety’. To date he has climbed more than 200 skyscrapers, including the world's tallest, Dubai’s Burj Khalifa, at almost 3000ft.
At 19, following a horrible fall, Alain received mass injuries and had to undergo several surgeries. For three months, he was left 66% disabled, however this only pushed Alain to want to be a better climber.
He went on to become one of the greatest daredevils of all time - no ropes, no hooks, no safety nets......just his fingertips and the grips of his soles between world acclaim and oblivion.
Alain is also officially world ranked in the ‘Top 100 Greatest Athletes of All Time’, alongside legends; Pele, Maradona, Muhammad Ali, Jessie Owens, etc.
A number of Alain's climbs have attracted audiences on the streets of 100,000 and more.
His Sapphire Mall climb in Istanbul, attracted a press and media turnout of more than 400 international journalists. The climb was also shown live on four TV stations in that region of the world.
In a world where no climbers become global household names, Alain became famous in every country.
Alain has climbed several times for Columbia Pictures, dressed as Spiderman, to promote the latest Spiderman movie in various parts of the world.
His Netflix documentary, 'My Next Challenge,' won a number of international awards at events such as Reale Film Festival and New Yotk Cinema Awards.
Alain is very experienced after-dinner/Zoom speaker. He has spoken at conventions, for many global companies including – L’Oreal, HSBC, Unilever, Moet, Hennessy, Luis Vuitton, Pepsi and Volkwagen amongst many more.
Alain is a living legend; the greatest and most exciting climber who ever lived. He is easy to work with, a charismatic ‘rock n roll’ star, who always gives 100%.
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What people said about Alain Robert
- "He was really good the audience in France and Bangkok loved him he had an interesting story to tell."