Reached Japan with a Bicycle Ride covering 27 Countries

Reaches Japan with Cycling
Reaches Japan with Cycling

Rugby World Cup 2019, DHL's official logistics partner, starts with the opening competition between Japan and Russia at the Tokyo Stadium. Two cyclists supported by DHL, the duration of the starting whistle of the match between last month and 7,5 27 countries from which Turkey had been a challenging journey 2015 which hosted the World Cup moved from England to Japan.

Two riders Ron Rutland and James Owens, supported by DHL and starting their unique journey at 2019 in February, passed the 7,5 country in the 27 month, delivering the official match whistle for the start of the Japan Rugby World Cup to the Tokyo Stadium.

In this adventurous journey that began in London, cyclists who have traveled more than 20.000 kilometers in total have surpassed the harsh climate and road conditions. cyclists on routes that include Turkey, Edirne found after logging in Istanbul between March 6-8. Ron Rutland and James Owens, who departed from Kapikoy Border Crossing in Van in early April, worked along the way to raise funds and raise awareness for ChildFund Pass It Back, a charity that believes in the power of sport to change children's lives.

DHL Express, as the official logistics partner of Japan Rugby World Cup, brings the daily needs of the 20 participant from all over the world to the Japan with the total weight of 67 tonnes of rugby and training equipment.

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