Cycle A Difference

Success for the three Newborns Vietnam relay teams at the Ironman 70.3 Vietnam!  

Thanks to Sunrise Events, the Pro Athletes, Hotels and local companies for supporting the 2.8 km RUN OUT from the Hyatt Regency Danang Resort and Spa to the Da Nang Hospital for Women & Children to raise awareness of our work to give every newborn infant the best possible start in life. 85% of Newborns Vietnam’s funding comes from endurance sports events.

You can donate for – Team Vietnam and Team Newborns at

https://www.justgiving.com/Yen-Vo and http://www.justgiving.com/Ironman-Da-Nang

 

Coming soon!

The 2018 Cycle a Difference Asian Business Ride is a 550 km fully supported ride in the spectacular landscapes of the remote north west of Vietnam from Lao Cai to Mai Chau. This event is for teams of 2 to 4 riders – teams representing companies in Vietnam and around the region are especially welcome!

For more information email: info@newbornsvietnam.org

 

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Son Tra Adventure Run

There was an early start for Newborns supporters Nguyen Van Long and Andy Taylor as they tackled extreme elevations at the Son Tra Adventure Run (Da Nang) on Sunday 18th of June, to raise funds for Newborns Vietnam and their work at the Da Nang Hospital for Women & Children, and the Vietnam National Children’s […]

Newborns Vietnam Isla Climbing Challenge

  There was a fantastic turnout of around 120 for the Newborns Vietnam Isla Climbing Challenge in Hanoi on Saturday. The cyclists gave everything, pushing themselves up Giong Mountain up to 8 times in 2 hours! Many of Hanoi’s cycling clubs were represented, including Tayho Cycling Team, T2 Cycling Open, Dong Tru Cycling, Ho Tay […]

2017 Hogan Lovells Cycling Challenge

On the 1st of June, 20 riders from Hogan Lovells offices in Hong Kong and Singapore and their clients began a grueling 3 day, 450 km cycling challenge to raise funds to improve our work of survival and care for newborn infants in Da Nang City and the surrounding provinces. Despite a 2,700 meter climb on the first day, riders managed a final assault […]