Brother cycles 2,200 km in honour of sister

Brother's 2,200 km cycle challenge in honour of sister

ONE man has taken on the challenge of a lifetime spending the last few weeks cycling from Liverpool to Benidorm.

Paul Renshaw, aged 32, left Liverpool on December 4, cycling the 2,200 kilometre journey before arriving at Camping Villasol in Benidorm in time to spend Christmas with his family and friends. The charity cycle was to raise money for Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research in memory of his younger sister Joanne, who passed away in January 2007 after losing a two-year-battle with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma. “Jo was my little sister, the bravest little sister ever,” said Paul as he spoke to the Euro Weekly News arriving at his destination where his parents were waiting.

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Recalling his adventure Paul said: “When I was very close to Teruel, I had an incident with wild dogs; it was pitch black and I could hear a deep growl. I was scared but during my ride I had experienced lots of luck and in the end, everything that happened became an unforgettable adventure.”

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