Ali Asgari Lemjiri "SKY BOY" believed that disability is not a limitation and everything depends on one’s determination and will.

 

Therefore, he decided to serve as a role model and a source of inspiration for the disabled.

This was definitely demanding, challenging and breath-taking for a 10-year-old.

 

Thus, he braved all difficulties on the way and became the first person ever to fly a plane using only his feet.

 

He was determined to register this sport in the name of his home country Iran and in favor of the disabled.

 

 

This was his first achievement in overcoming his limitations and proving his ideas.

 

"A new world in model airplane piloting"

 

For the first time by a 10-year-old child,

"an inspiring activity for people with physical disabilities in the model aviation"

"Creating a difficult challenge for the

Champions of this field"

 

 

This was Ali Asgari Lemjiri "SKY BOY" second achievement in overcoming his limitations and proving his ideas.

 

But, still, he had a long road ahead.

So he burnt the midnight oil to do the impossible – something that was far from easy for even the best in the field.

 

Controlling two planes at the same time, one with the hands and the other with the feet. It was a tricky job, but Ali’s goal and his aspiration to achieve it turned long hours into sweet success.

 

Finally, after weeks of hard work, he made it.

 

This success had to come with a new challenge.

 

He chose two identical planes to fly and he did it with high skill.

 

 

 

 

For the first time by a 12-year-old teenager,

"controlling two planes at the same time, one with the hands and the other with the feet"

Soon, the images of Ali’s great achievement circulated across the world.

 

Few people could believe what they saw and many positive and negative reactions poured in.

 

Many people encouraged him and praised him as a child prodigy. But also, many others labeled his great achievement as fake and refused to acknowledge that a teenager is capable of doing the impossible.

 

But Ali was a man of tough days and big challenges.

 

Such criticism and harsh words neither brought this young warrior to his knees nor did they limit his imagination. On the contrary, they served as a launching pad to make his dreams of flying come true.

 

 

SKY BOY

"The Link Between the Art of

Music & Modernity"

 

Ali had no rivals; his only competition today is his own yesterday.

He was in the news and people around the world including enthusiasts and champions of this sport started to learn about his wonderful capabilities.

 

He was the son of a country which is the cradle of art and civilization.

And so, this time, he decided to combine his country’s art with his favorite sport; thus, the best medium was music to realize his imagination.

 

But Ali had no experience.

Meanwhile, given the unique circumstances, he had no way of receiving training for this purpose.

For the first time, he picked up a tar and played it from the bottom of his heart so that his heart would show him the way forward.

 

He played music with his hands and flew the plane like a butterfly with his toes both at the same time making his unique dream of flying come true.

 

 

This was his third achievement in overcoming his limitations and proving his ideas.

 

Ali’s goals are growing up with him.

 

 

 

 

 

For the first time by a 13-year-old teenager,

"playing music with his hands and fly the plane like a butterfly with his toes"

Ali Asgari Lemjiri "SKY BOY" believed that disability is not a limitation and everything depends on one’s determination and will.

 

Therefore, he decided to serve as a role model and a source of inspiration for the disabled.

This was definitely demanding, challenging and breath-taking for a 14-year-old.

 

He was determined to register this sport in the name of his home country Iran and in favor of the disabled.

 

Thus, he braved all difficulties on the way and became the first person ever to fly a plane using only his mouth.

 

This was his fourth achievement in overcoming his limitations and proving his ideas.

 

 

 

 

 

 

"A new world in model airplane piloting" (2)

 

For the first time by a 14-year-old teenager,

"an inspiring activity for people with physical disabilities in model aviation"

"Impossible = Possible"

 

This was Ali Asgari Lemjiri "SKY BOY" fifth achievement in overcoming his limitations and proving his ideas.

 

But, still, he had a long road ahead.

So he burnt the midnight oil to do the impossible – something that was far from easy for even the best in the field.

 

Controlling two planes at the same time, one with the hands and the other with the feet in a very small Hall.

 

It was a tricky job, but Ali’s goal and his aspiration to achieve it turned long hours into sweet success.

Finally, after weeks of hard work, he made it.

 

The flight time of this new idea in his practices was 7 seconds.

 

His goal:

1- "Using and reinforcement two hemispheres of the brain simultaneously with one hundred percent focus of the two hemispheres".

 

2- Getting the difficult idea done.

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the first time by a 15-year-old teenager,

"controlling two planes at the same time, one with the hands and the other with the feet in a small hall"

"New idea about Controlling two glued planes  with 2 radio controls" (Without mixing)

 

 

This was Ali Asgari Lemjiri "SKY BOY" seventh achievement in overcoming his limitations and proving his ideas.

 

But, still, he had a long road ahead.

Controlling two glued planes at the same time, one with the hands and the other with the feet by one pilot with 2 radio controls. (Without mixing)

 

His goal:

1- Gaining new experiences from this idea to continue more difficult ideas

2- Getting the different idea done.

 

 

 

 

 

For the first time by a 15-year-old teenager,

"controlling two glued planes at the same time, by one pilot with 2 radio controls" (Without mixing)

And now the challenges one after another, on the flight path of the

 

 "SKY BOY"

 

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