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RAAM: Dr Max Sala's heroic effort comes to an end

INCREDIBLE EFFORT: Dr Max Sala during his epic ride

INCREDIBLE EFFORT: Dr Max Sala during his epic ride

Manchester City’s Head of Sports Medicine, Dr. Max Sala, has for the past eight days been tackling the world’s toughest bicycle race, the Race Across America, all to raise awareness and funds for City in the Community’s One City disability programme.

Max has ridden a staggering 2,000 miles, crossed five states, and raised over £80,000 which will go directly to the Club’s foundation. 

Over the past two days, the race has put an increasing strain on Max’s body and despite his determination, race officials and Max’s team have made the difficult decision to withdraw him from the race.

Everyone at the Club and foundation are extremely proud of Max for this phenomenal achievement and the commitment he has given to this challenge over the past three years.   

All money raised will help to create new opportunities for disabled people across Greater Manchester and continue to support City in the Community’s nine disability teams.

Please watch the video report from America below to see the scale of Max's challenge - you can donate here: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/drmaxraam

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