WHEELS UP.

THE STORY OF A MAN AND HIS INCREDIBLE JOURNEY.

 
 

MEET HAKI DOKU.

 

Haki Doku (born 18 June 1969) in Krujë is an Albanian Paralympic athlete.

Haki hasn't stopped moving since suffering from a spinal chord in jury in 1997. While pursuing a full-time career, he has built a family with his wife, Enora, and has fathered two children, Mario and Alissa, while dedicating his life to the advancement of Paralympic sports.

Haki became the first athlete to represent Albania at the Paralympic Games when he competed in the Men's road race H2and the Men's road time trial H2 at the 2012 Summer Paralympics

  • The Guinness World Record for the greatest distance travelled by manual wheelchair in 12 hours is 121 km (75.19 miles) and was achieved by Haki Doku at the Arena Civica, Milan, Italy, on 16 May 2015.
  • Guinness World record for the most stairs descended in a wheelchair in one hour is 2176, achieved by Haki Doku in Wolfsburg, Germany, on 24 September 2016.
  • The most stairs descended in a wheelchair in one hour is 2,404 and was achieved by Haki Doku in Frankfurt, Germany, on 11 June 2017. Haki Doku attempted this record in order to beat his previous record of 2,176 stairs.

HAKI HAS RECENTLY TAUGHT HIMSELF TO USE HIS WHEELCHAIR TO DESCEND STAIRS.

HE IS ON A MISSION TO SHOW THE WORLD THAT THERE IS NO LIMIT TO WHAT YOU CAN ACHIEVE.

 
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Gravity Tour

Haki aims to use his wheelchair to descend the stairs of some of the world's tallest skyscrapers to inspire people into aiming for the impossible.

 
 
 

Know of a tower Haki could descend? Get in touch!

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