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August 17, 2015 - August 20, 2015
PHenomenal Hope Team member Patty George finished the 2015 Paris-Brest-Paris at 14:10 on 8/20/2015!
Total Race Time: 3 days 8 hours 55 minutes
Distance: 764 miles
In August 2015, the most famous long-distance randonnée, the 2015 Paris-Brest-Paris Randonneur, is back for a new challenge.
It’s 80 hours, 55 minutes on the bike, solo, racing to raise awareness for pulmonary hypertension!
Total donations raised:
Thank you for donating and being a part of our GLOBAL awareness campaign!
For more information about the world’s most famous long-distance cycling event, see www.paris-brest-paris.org.
The names of all donors and/or those on whose behalf they donated were written on special edition PBP T-shirts that were worn while in France (before and after the race)!
Riding in honor of YOU or someone you love!
There are 16 control points along the route, and for a minimum donation of $100, we named a control in honor of you or your loved one and sent out a thank you when Patty passed through via social media! Thank you for your donations!
Named control points:
|Control Point||Named Donation|
|Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines||Everyone from Velodrome!|
|Villaines-la-Juhel||Daniel and Beth Kolopajlo|
|Fourgères||Love, Sweat & Gears|
|Tinténiac||Vanderbilt Pulmonary Hypertension Center|
|Loudéac||Mary and Gary Woodling|
|Carhaix||Diane Herr & Bill Hall;
Chip & Mary Garry
|Brest||Lee Family and Presby|
|Carhaix||Brian & Mary Kate Guerrieri|
|Loudéac||Lou and Linda;
Cherie and Jim Beckman
|Fourgères||Katie B; Kathy Ladd|
|Mortagne-au-Perche||The Jacobs Family; Aimee and John|
|Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines||Thank you to the PH community worldwide – PHA, PHA Europe, PHAware|
For those who preferred to make a private donation, we named your contribution in honor of a member of the PH community, and you have helped make this possible!
Micro-sponsorship … Community … and You!
Media coverage included this podcast from Over The Top Cycling, based in Boulder, Colorado, USA.
Also, check out this interview with the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
And don’t miss the chance to catch Patty’s 2015 Paris-Brest-Paris Race Report, where she reflects on her ride!
2015 Paris-Brest-Paris Control Points
Your family and friends can consult Team PHenomenal Hope’s progress on www.paris-brest-paris.org. Riders are identified by name, or by frame badge number. Team PHenomenal Hope racer Patty George’s frame number is Y167.
The technology is not infallible. There is no guarantee of real-time information throughout the course. Temporary data
transmission failures will be reported on our website: www.paris-brest-paris.org.