Fifty7 Degrees South
Laura & Reza
57 ˚ S – 10˚ N. Cycling the length of the Andes, the longest mountain range in the world. Self-funded, unaided and human powered. In aid of Lifebox.
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Donations accepted until 31-12-2018
Laura Irwin and Reza Noori are both doctors specialising in Anaesthetics in the West of Scotland. They have taken a year out of specialty training to pursue an adventure for a worthwhile cause.
Laura was born in Glasgow and completed both her Bachelor of Science degree in Sports Science and medical degree at the prestigious University of Glasgow. Her interests lie in climbing, mountaineering, road cycling, mountain biking and photography.
Reza was born in Shiraz, Iran and moved to London where he spent most of his childhood. He graduated from Queen Mary, University of London with a Bachelor of Engineering degree and later from St Georges, University of London with a medical degree. His interests lie in fitness training, rock climbing, teaching and his new hobby, filmmaking!
57 ˚ S – 10˚ N
We will be cycling, unaided, the length of the Andes mountains, the longest mountain range in the world and the spine of the South American continent. Our project begins in Ushuaia, the southernmost town in the world and finishes on the northern shores of Colombia. We will face strong winds, steep climbs, rough gravel roads, high altitude and subzero temperatures.
Our project aims to fundraise for and raise awareness of Lifebox, an organization that truly saves lives. We aim to raise £1 per mile, which could equip 50 operating rooms with pulse oximeters. This simple life-saving piece of equipment, that monitors a patients oxygen level, is missing from thousands of operating rooms in developing countries. We stand behind lifebox and their values. Safe operating conditions should apply worldwide to stop preventable deaths occurring.
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