Cycling teen named volunteer of the year for raising £30,000
A teenager from Leamington has been named ‘volunteer of the year’ after pedalling 10,000km for charity.
Will Hsu and his friend Charles Stevens cycled part of the infamous the Silk Road to raise money for A Child Unheard, which works to improve the lives of children in Africa through education, sports and arts.
The duo embarked on the 10,000km journey in May, which took them through the Beijing to Tehran part of the famous route.
The pair experienced temperatures ranging from 45°C to -10°C and climbed from sea level to 4,600 metres during their 114-day ride and their route is considered to... read more
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