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Read what the press has been saying about cycleGENEVA

MEDICAL MARVEL - CYCLING WEEKLY cycleGENEVA - TO describe Gavin Rees as a ‘medical marvel’ is no
exaggeration, as Cycling Weekly’s June 1 Fitness Case Study revealed. We’ve revealed the science, now here’s the man.

TOUGH NUT TO CRACK - CYCLING WEEKLY cycleGENEVA - A SKIING ACCIDENT left Gavin Rees with serious injuries to his face and head. Cycling is one of the few sports he can do without causing excessive discomfort and now he is ready to tackle an emotional two-wheel challenge.
THANKS FOR GIVING MY FACE BACK - S W Echo cycleGENEVA - THESE are the striking X-rays of Gavin Rees after he had his face rebuilt with 21 metal plates and More than 130 screws after a serious skiing accident.
SCREWED FOR LIFE! - Swansea Evening Post cycleGENEVA - TEACHER Gavin Rees is a keen sportsman — but he holds European record he’d rather not have. With 130 screws and 22 plates holding his head together, the 29-year-old from West Wales is believed to have more reconstructive metalwork in his skull than any other plastic surgery patient in Europe.
TEACHER RAISING CASH FOR MEDICS- S W Echo cycleGENEVA - A TEACHER who had his face smashed in a horrific skiing accident has begun a quest to raise cash for those who rebuilt him. Pupils at his school, Bridgend’s
Bryncethin Primary, also benefited as half the money from a fundraising fitness day went to them.
TEACHER GETS BACK ON HIS BIKE - S W Echo cycleGENEVA - TEACHER Gavin Rees has already been on the journey of a lifetime. The 29-year-old has spent three years on the road to recovery after he received horrific injuries in a skiing accident in February, 2003.

cycleGENEVA PRESS RELEASE - 27TH AUGUST '06 The University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC) is welcoming ski-accident survivor Gavin Rees on the first leg of his epic 1,000 mile bike ride in aid of Morriston Hospital, Swansea.

cycleGENEVA PRESS RELEASE - 24TH AUGUST '06 The exact route for the cycleGENEVA project has now been finalised. All monies raised by cycleGENEVA will go towards the purchase of a £42,000 3D digital scanner for use within the Welsh Centre for Maxillo-Facial Surgery at Morriston Hospital, Swansea..
cycleGENEVA PRESS RELEASE - 3RD MARCH '06 South Wales primary school teacher will cycle a mammoth 1,000 miles to Geneva this August, in aid of the Swansea NHS Trust hospital which helped him recover from serious head and facial injuries sustained in a French ski accident in 2003.


5th September, 2006

The funds are slowly coming in and the balance is creeping up. Still a long way to go to reach the £10,000 target. Please encourage all of your friends, family, neighbours and their friends to support a very worthwhile cause. Don't all the peiple of South Wales deserve the cutting edge technology a 3D scanner would give?


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