Matthieu Tordeur - Adventurer explorer
Matthieu Tordeur is an adventurer and speaker, member of the Society of French Explorers.
His adventures have taken him to more than 90 countries on all continents. He is the first Frenchman and the youngest in the world to have reached the South Pole alone and without supplies.
He traveled around the world driving a 4L to promote microfinance, ran 6 marathons in a row in the Sahara desert, the Pyongyang marathon in North Korea, crossed Europe twice by bike, Greenland by ski-kite and the Atlantic by sailboat.
Matthieu is the author of Le Continent blanc , of 4L, A world tour of microcredit and at the origin of several documentaries on Ushuaïa TV.