Aimee Mullins:
Aimée Mullins sur la course.

TED1998 · 22:25 · Filmed Feb 1998
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Dans cette archive TED de 1998, la sprinteuse paralympique Aimee Mullins nous parle de sa carrière jonchée de records en tant que coureuse, et de ses fabuleuses prothèses de jambe en fibre carbone (un prototype à l'époque) qui l'a aidé à franchir la ligne d'arrivée.

Athlete and actor
A record-breaker at the Paralympic Games in 1996, Aimee Mullins has built a career as a model, actor and advocate for women, sports and the next generation of prosthetics. Full bio
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