UNICEF and disability – The story of Albert Llovera.
At age 17, Albert Llovera, Andorran skier, was the youngest athlete to have ever participated in an Olympics (Sarajevo 1984).
A year later, a dramatic accident on the slopes of the capital of Bosnia and condemned him to a wheelchair.
Llovera has, however, never wanted to give up his dreams: sports, racing, speed. In 1989 he started his second life of sport, this time at the wheel of a rally car.
Today Albert Llovera is a rally driver for Fiat, it is the only disabled driver to race in the World Rally Championship (WCR). UNICEF’s Ambassador for his country, Andorra.