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The past week has shown that Team Rynkeby has come through corona strengthened

The Rynkeby Foundation's soon-to-be retiring CEO, Carl Erik Dalbøge, is taking stock of a trip and a season that turned out to be somewhat different than expected.

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"Team Rynkeby is a uniquely outstanding project"

Alexander Eckes-Chantré is the fourth generation in the Eckes family to own Eckes-Granini. Since the company acquired Rynkeby Foods, the charity cycling team, Team Rynkeby has gained a very special place in his heart, and this year he rides with the Swiss team around the Alps.

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Team Rynkeby hit by wild weather in Switzerland

Team Rynkeby - hohes C Zurich is hit by a severe storm during the team's trip around Switzerland. The weather has, among other things, required a six-hour bus ride.

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9 year old Alvar raised over €12000 as a tribute to his cousin

Last year, nine-year-old Alvar Landén decided to fundraise in honour of his cousin Märtha who lost her battle with cancer. She passed away in the summer of 2016 after a hard battle with the illness. Alvar decided to complete a sponsored 100km cycle ride in five days in memory of his cousin.

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4-year-old Vega is incurabably sick of cancer - her grandma and grandpa find comfort in Team Rynkeby

Helle and Uffe Haack's granddaughter is terminally ill with cancer. Right now they are on their way around Denmark to help ensure that no children die of cancer in the future.

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Team Rynkeby is honoured with a place in LEGOLAND

20 years of working on behalf of children with critical illnesses hasn’t gone unnoticed. That’s why Team Rynkeby has earned a very special place in the heart of LEGOLAND.

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Team Rynkeby with high expectations before national Tours

Long-term preparation culminates in week 28, when Team Rynkeby's 59 teams move out on national tours to raise funds for children with critical illnesses. The expectations for a memorable week are huge, says the CEO.

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Team Rynkeby establishes new team in Belgium

Team Rynkeby will be on the world map with its ninth country this autumn. This time it is Brussels in Belgium, which gets its local team Team Rynkeby-Granini Brussels led by team captain Morten Petersen

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Jørgen H.K. Jepsen becomes new director of Team Rynkeby

Jørgen H.K. Jepsen will take up the role of General Manager of the Team Rynkeby Foundation on 1 August 2021. He replaces Carl Erik Dalbøge in the post after having been deputy head of Forening Folkemøde for a number of years.

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Team Rynkeby increases the participants' safety through cooperation with MIPS

This year, the Team Rynkeby riders ride with helmets with the special safety system MIPS. The system is built in in the riders' helmets to increase the riders' safety.

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Team Rynkeby - hohes C: Let‘s meet in Paris

Team Rynkeby - hohes C: Let‘s meet in Paris. Watch the video here....

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In Deutschland unterstützt Team Rynkeby – hohes C die Deutsche Kinderkrebsstiftung.

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