Monday, 18 December 2017

Olympic cyclist stops off in Goring on charity ride

A FORMER Olympic cyclist stopped for a break in Goring as part of a 240-mile charity ride.

Bryan Steel cycled from Southampton to Sheffield with insurance broker Paul Hopewell last Saturday.

Steel, who represented Britain at four Summer Olympics between 1992 and 2004, helped raise more than £9,000.

The pair, both 45, gave the proceeds to the premature baby unit at King’s Mill Hospital in Nottinghamshire.

Mr Hopewell, whom Steel coached, said he was “overwhelmed” by people’s generosity.

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