I am a native of Seville, the second of four brothers. I was very naughty as a child, but always with a smile on my face (which I still have) and eager to help people.
I have always liked sports, especially risk sports: climbing, surfing, enduro, but never at competition level, always as an amateur and to hang out with friends.
In October 2006, after a traffic accident, I spent 2 months and 10 days hospitalised, of which 14 days were in the ICU. My right leg was amputated and I had several injuries and cracks.
Initially, I wanted to walk using prostheses, until I realised that my new companion was going to be the wheelchair, and since then, I have forgotten about going to the emergency room with episodes of pain in the hip in search of morphine.
When I left the hospital I started to try sports disciplines (I am still trying, I have not stopped). I saw in sports a way out of the slump. It was the best therapy.
Thanks to family and friends, they helped me to adapt to this new way of life much easier. Currently, I am happily married with two children and practice various sports disciplines.