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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Help send Raph to Glasgow

Eight year old Raph Cummins has been selected to represent Australia in the UCI BMX world championships which are being held in Glasgow Scotland and will span 11 days (3-13 August). For the first time, all cycling codes will meet in the same spot at the same time creating the "biggest cycling event ever"! A total of 13 UCI world championships will be combined.

Raph's mother, Corina Cummins, says "This is an amazing achievement for such a young boy and would be such a wonderful opportunity for him to represent his country! However, with the estimated cost looking at $20-$25k, it is completely out of reach for us as a family.

"So that brings me here…with the hope that with your help we can make our boy's dreams come true!!

"Raph has raced BMX bikes since he was 3yrs old, last year competing in his first Australian titles from which he gained his selection into the Australian team. He loves the sport, it is his greatest passion!

"All funds raised will go directly to airfares, accommodation, insurance and uniforms.

"Any donations are greatly appreciated and we thank you for supporting Raph to show what he can do on the world stage."


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