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African cycle raises €128,000

Three business graduates from Trinity College Dublin have raised more than €128,000 for charity by completing a gruelling cycle through Africa.

Susan Mitchell

Deputy Editor and Health Editor

@susmitchellsbp
2nd August, 2008

Three business graduates from Trinity College Dublin have raised more than €128,000 for charity by completing a gruelling cycle through Africa.

Denis Dwyer, Oliver Fegan and Niall Treacy teamed up with five South Africans for the 12,452 kilometre journey in aid of the Millennium Promise Fund, an organisation that works with impoverished communities in Africa. The eight cyclists, who are in their 20s and have a background in finance, linked up through Facebook, the social...

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