Cyclothon UK 2014 – Great result for the Newborns Vietnam team
The Newborns Vietnam team came second out of 45 teams and there was only 2 minutes and 38 seconds between the Newborns team and the winners. After 12 hours of cycling, 109 laps and 265 miles we were all pleased with the result! Great team riding with some very fast laps and lots of fun. Well done Rob, Gary, Richard, Adel, Louis and Adam all veterans of Cycle a Difference Vietnam Challenge Ride 2013. Adel was fastest women overall and female king of the mountain!
Mile Hall also riding for Newborns Vietnam won the solo 12 hour race, 99 laps, 264 miles with three quick stops for water. An amazing achievement!
The team was cycling to raise funds for 6 easy to use infant resuscitators that provide optimal safe resuscitation at birth and thereafter. You can help boost their fundraising by;
donating at: https://www.justgiving.com/NewbornsVietnam-Team
donating through Mike Hall at http://www.justgiving.com/Mike-Hall2014
bidding for a remaining lot in our in-line auction: here!
Cycle A Difference - Vietnam Challenge Ride, November 2015
The 2015 ride will venture further into Vietnam’s remote northwest the completion of major road improvements opens up a whole new challenge! More days in the mountains, impressive climbs and descents, stunning landscapes, a taste of history on the Ho Chi Minh Road and onwards to the Hai Van pass and a glorious descent to Da Nang. Cycle for newborns and experience the beauty of Vietnam, the warmth and hospitality of local people and their everyday life. For more details of the ride, click here.
Sign up for the Cycle A Difference - Vietnam Challenge Ride, November 2015 - click here!
Cycle a Difference challenge rides are raising funds Newborns Vietnam for neonatal nurse training to improve the survival of newborn infants in Vietnam and lifesaving equipment to read more about our work, click here.
The Newborns Vietnam team came second out of 45 teams and there was only 2 minutes and 38 seconds between the Newborns team and the winners. After 12 hours of cycling, 109 laps and 265 miles we were all pleased with the result! Great team riding with some very fast laps and lots of fun.
Tuesday 19th August 2014 was a milestone moment for newborn care in Vietnam. 26 nurses from the neonatal unit at Da Nang Hospital for Women & Children became the first nurses in Viet Nam to receive a formal British certificate in neonatal nursing.
Cycle a Difference Vietnam - Asian Business Challenge Ride, March 2014
Premier Oil announced at the Newborns Vietnam reception at the British Consulate in Ho Chi Minh City it will continue as Title Sponsor for Newborns Vietnam’s 2014 Cycle a Difference, Asian Business Challenge Ride.
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