The erasmus Sport Week comes to an end celebrating the efforts of an amazing sportsman: Alain Robert.
Alain Robert climbed more than 100 of the biggest and iconic buildings of the world with his bare hands and his climbing shoes. In the past years, with the help of a number of diplomatic friends he had made from his famous climbs, Alain received the opportunity and legal permission to clamber up the world’s tallest building: the Burj Khalifa. At a height of 829.8 m (2,722 ft), this opportunity would be one of the most tremendous for Alain, or any professional in the field. He celebrated his accomplishment and new world record for "Fastest time to climb the Burj Khalifa Tower unassisted" by eating at the restaurant located at the top of the skyscraper he just climbed with friends. That's why he is famous as the French "Spiderman".