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Presseanfragen können an Mikkel Tholstrup Dahlqvist, Kommunikations-Manager, Tel: + 45 2015 7076, mtd@team-rynkeby.com, gestellt werden.

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Ea got cancer when she was three years old – now her greatest wish is to join her friends again

Ea was only three when she was overtaken by an extremely rare type of cancer. Four years later, she is still living in complete isolation from the outside world. But in a few weeks’ time, she’ll know whether she is well enough to accompany her twin brother to school.

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Charity Cycling Team Gets Their Christmas Presents Early This Year

The Team Rynkeby charity bike riders will get every opportunity to put good mileage in their legs before the upcoming summer’s cycling trip to Paris. The first yellow bikes are being delivered to the bike riders just now.

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New collaboration with Barnhjärnfonden will support research about the child brain

During the years that Team Rynkeby – God Morgon has been operating in Sweden, the charity bike team has collected a total of SEK 157 million for Barncancerfonden. From the year 2020, yet another organization will be able to benefit from the funds collected, which come from the annual School Run. In future project years, the money will go to Barnhjärnfonden for its vital research on children’s brains.

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Team Rynkeby is partnering with organisations to ensure continued growth

From the coming season, the organisations for which Team Rynkeby raises money will cover part of the financing of the Team Rynkeby project. This is done to ensure the future growth of the project.

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The cycling trip to Paris resulted in EUR 10.6 million for children with critical illnesses

The charity cycling team Team Rynkeby has raised a total of EUR 10.6 million for children with critical illness over the past year. This is an increase of 12.6% compared to the previous year.

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Team Rynkeby selects 2,697 applicants for the final pool

The Team Rynkeby Foundation has now notified the 2,697 applicants who are still in with a chance for a spot on next year’s Team Rynkeby team. Teams will be finally determined at the end of September.

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Record number of applicants for Team Rynkeby

A record number of people want to cycle to Paris with Team Rynkeby in 2020. This was apparent after the Team Rynkeby Foundation closed applications for the charity cycling team this morning.

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The deadline for applications is approaching if you want to go to Paris with Team Rynkeby next year

If you want to go to Paris with Team Rynkeby next year, you’ll need to submit your application soon. The application deadline for next year’s team is Sunday, 25 August.

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How to write a good application for Team Rynkeby

If you’re dreaming of joining Team Rynkeby this coming season, there are three things you should focus on in your application.

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I made 100 new friends – in the yellow jersey, we’re all the same

It doesn’t matter if you are a 25-year-old warehouse worker or a 77-year-old company manager. When you pull on the yellow jersey, we’re all the same. Two of Team Rynkeby’s younger participants are in agreement on that.

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What it costs to participate on Team Rynkeby in 2020

Der er en mindre justering af prisen for at deltage på Team Rynkeby i 2020. Se her, hvad det koster at deltage for ryttere og servicepersoner.

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Team Rynkeby Director: “So much to be happy about”

It was a very pleased director that welcomed nearly 2,500 Team Rynkeby participants to Paris yesterday.

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11-year-old fighter Elsa crossed the finish line with her dad

As 11-year-old Elsa Andersson cycled in together with the other participants in Team Rynkeby, she became the youngest participant ever to cross the yellow finish line in Paris. Technically, she is underage to participate, but as she had been given leave from her cancer ward in Sweden to join her dad as he crossed the finish line, an exception was made.

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Eight days in the saddle are over – Team Rynkeby gets poignant welcoming in Paris

Efter åtta dagar i sadeln avslutade Team Rynkeby idag sin årliga cykeltur till Paris till förmån för kritiskt sjuka barn. Och välgörenhetscykellaget fick en rörande mottagning i den franska huvudstaden.

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Follow Team Rynkeby’s arrival in Paris LIVE starting at 13:00

Team Rynkeby is LIVE-streaming the entire charity cycling team’s arrival in Paris today. You can watch the arrival LIVE on this page starting at 13:00.

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Cycling became Caroline’s therapy after Lucas' battle with cancer

At the end of April 2014, Caroline Magnusson's world turned upside down. Doctors confirmed that the lump in her 3-year-old son Lucas' stomach was a malignant tumour of an unusual type of cancer. Thanks to successful research, Lucas is now in recovery and spends his time just like any other 8-year-old. But his illness has left its mark on Caroline. “Cycling has become my therapy, my way of healing from Lucas' illness,” she says.

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Magnus was diagnosed with cancer when he was 9 years old – Team Rynkeby is the best

Magnus Magnusson var ni år, da han fik kræft. Han ved derfor bedre end de fleste, hvad færøske børn går igennem, når de bliver alvorligt syge og må flyttes til Danmark i behandling – langt væk fra familie og venner.

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3-year-old Laura died of cancer – her parents cheer on Team Rynkeby in Belgium

Rørende scener udspillede sig på Mur de Huy i Belgien tidligere i dag, da forældrene til 3-årige Laura, der døde af kræft i foråret, mødte op og hyldede Team Rynkeby-rytterne, der lige nu er på vej mod Paris.

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Amazing atmosphere at the top of Mur de Huy

There is no other stretch of the Tour de Paris as famous and as feared as the legendary hill Mur de Huy in Belgium. And today, Team Rynkeby participants climbed the notorious hill one by one in the sunshine.

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28 teams will climb the summit of Mur de Huy today – see all the times here

28 Team Rynkeby-hold passerer i dag den legendariske Ardenner-bakke, Mur de Huy. Tour News sender LIVE fra toppen hele formiddagen. Se hvornår holdene ankommer her.

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Lovisa didn’t stand a chance


It is every parent's worst nightmare to hear that your child has no chance of survival. But this is the reality for children diagnosed with DIPG (Diffuse Intrinsic Pontine Glioma), a tumour located in the brain stem. It’s a disease that no child has survived. "We got 10 months with Lovisa before she passed away", says Thomas Rydström, currently cycling towards Paris with TRGM Malmö as a tribute to his daughter.

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“We started from scratch – but we’re always learning something new”

Ahead of this season, the Team Rynkeby Foundation established its first team in Germany. The learning curve has been steep for Team Rynkeby – hohes C Nieder-Olm, but after just three days in the saddle everything is coming together.

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Hanna survived the cancer – “A maximum dose was my only chance to survive.”

At the age of four, Hanna Falk was diagnosed with leukaemia. Fifteen years later, after spending many hours inside a hospital, she was told she was cancer-free. “I found out afterwards that I came so close to dying,” says Hanna, who is participating with TRGM Linköping for the first time.

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Jette’s daughter was diagnosed with cancer at age 14 – now Jette is cycling to Paris with her son-in-law to help other children with critical illnesses

Jette Haugaard and Kasper Mikkelsen are mother and son-in-law. They’re united on Team Rynkeby for a very special reason.

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"No parent should have to watch their child die"

"The more parents who won't have to experience their child dying, the better". That's how Roger Bäcklund describes his involvement in the team and why this project is so close to his heart. Six years ago to the day, on the same day as the start of Tour de Paris, Roger's daughter passed away from skin cancer.

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Jette and her team slave from morning till night – with an amazing sense of community

Jette Kaastrup Christensen has been part of Team Rynkeby Ringe’s service team for eight years now. And even though she slaves from morning till night, she can’t imagine summer without the Tour de Paris.

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The team gave Annica back the joy to live

Annica Liljekvist’s life took an unexpected turn in November of 2017. The lump she had noticed in her breast turned out to be an aggressive type of breast cancer. After going through tough treatments for several months, she was finally done. Only one month after her last treatment, Annica submitted an application to participate in the Team Rynkeby project. “I don't think rest of the team realise how much they mean to me,” she says.

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Team Rynkeby became Arild’s therapy when he lost his 6-year-old son to cancer

Arild Østbø lost his 6-year-old son to cancer in 2012. Shortly afterward, he became involved in establishing Team Rynkeby in Norway. It became his way of dealing with his sorrow.

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“It is not humane to be so young and know that you are going to die.”

Tour de Paris 2019 has officially started, as a total of 54 teams from seven different countries began their journey towards the French capital. Eyes filled with tears and emotions ran high as the team made their first stop at the Children and Youth Hospital in Lund, where they visited children currently fighting for their lives.

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“It means a lot to have the chance to say thanks”

Betina Vedsted cycled the first three kilometres of Team Rynkeby’s ride to Paris together with her son Jacob, who has been through a long and difficult treatment for cancer.

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Contact

Mikkel Tholstrup Dahlqvist
Communications Manager
mtd@team-rynkeby.com
Phone: +45 20 15 70 76

Carl Erik Dalbøge
CEO
ced@team-rynkeby.com 
Telefon: +45 20 26 55 88

Ea got cancer when she was three years old – now her greatest wish is to join her friends again

Charity Cycling Team Gets Their Christmas Presents Early This Year

New collaboration with Barnhjärnfonden will support research about the child brain

Team Rynkeby is partnering with organisations to ensure continued growth

The cycling trip to Paris resulted in EUR 10.6 million for children with critical illnesses

Snapshots from Tour de Paris 2019

Snapshots from Team Rynkeby's trip to Paris 2019 - new snapshots every day.

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