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Charlotte Morgan - AUTHENTIC BRITISH ACCENT

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Charlotte Morgan - AUTHENTIC BRITISH ACCENT

Category Documentaries
Language English (British)
Voice Age Middle Aged (35-54)
Description Excerpts from documentary 'Team Rynkeby - Bound for Paris', shown on national television in Denmark in the autumn 2016. Authentic British accent.
Transcript Note: Transcripts are automatically transcribed and may contain errors.
July afternoon in Paris, in the centre of this hectic capital city of art, baguettes and busy Parisians, more than 2000 people from across Scandinavia will meet today. For many months they have struggled together side by side, and today T. Malinga Boo will finally cross the finish line. Every year, 200 Children are diagnosed with cancer in Denmark. And although Danish Children's cancer research is among the best in the world, Children's cancer is still the disease that takes the most Children's lives each year in Denmark. That's why team Malinga Boo, a charity cycling team consisting of more than 2000 men and women from all across Scandinavia, is dedicated to raising money for the battle against Children's cancer. This fundraising culminates with the 1300 kilometre long cycling trip to Paris, and each year the participants outdo themselves in the fight to help Children with cancer on their families. 28 year old Rasmus Christenson is cycling with team Bingo booth for the very first time. Rasmus is a medical student in daily life, and he has a very personal reason for wanting to join team linger through all the way to Paris Jane Christensen is also making her team debut on Just Like Rasmus. She has also experienced cancer at close hand. The participants spend many months before the right to Paris training and also getting to know their new teammates. At the end of March, Jane will meet with Team Finger Boot West Jutland to pick up her newly arrived cycle before Rasmus picks up his own new demon, Lincoln. Both cycle. He takes a ride on the spinning cycle one last time. The next day, he and his team make Lena go to Silk a ball to finally pick up the new cycle. Bicycle lubricant or not, both Rasmus and Jane spend the next four months training. Several times a week. They meet with their respective teams, both on and off cycles. Morale is high and time passes enduring the last three months before the right to Paris. They cycle over 3000 kilometres. But beyond strengthening their endurance, it's also important to strengthen unity on team spirit. After many, many months of training and team building, the day has finally arrived. Team linger Boo is heading for Paris Rasmus and Team Bingu East Jutland meted storey tall in our force to bid farewell to their families and friends with a satin offset for Paris and an average speed of 26 kilometres per hour ahead is an entire week filled with fun experiences. But Rasmus, Jane and all the other teams Finger Bull Riders will remember for the rest of their lives. But the first challenge is Kid is a invader with an incline of no less than 19%. It's a warm up for the physical high point of the Tour de Paris mood ahoy in Belgium, just across the Danish border, Jane and Team Linge about West Jutland have pulled over for the team's first pitstop. Ensuring that all riders are comfortable and safe takes a monumental effort from Team Ling Gerber's service team, which in Denmark numbers more than 200 volunteer men and women to show their gratitude for the service teams contributions. Team Langenberg East German decides to pay tribute to them at a pit stop in north Germany. After a long day, Jane and team linger Boo West Jutland have reached the end point for the day. They celebrate with cold beer and soda at the team tailgate Rasmus and team lingo Boo East Jutland also arrive at the end point. Tired but happy. Over the next few days, the tall continue south and as the Netherlands and Belgium approach the flat terrain provides the many riders and service people with the opportunity to enjoy each other's company to the fullest. Rain stops, the sun comes out and team Binga boom East Jutland continues its push towards Belgium a little further north in the Netherlands. Jane have also arrived. The day's afternoon pitstop. Spirits are high here. Tio fue sing alongs helped to put things in perspective for Jane with a strong tailwind of motivation. Rasmus Jane and their teammates ride on towards the hotel for Day five in Belgium. It's a quiet morning on team finger Been. Everyone is preparing for the very steep hill that awaits them ahead. Tour has reached its end. Over the last six months, Rasmus and Jane have cycled more than 4000 kilometres, and today, after a long week filled with experiences they will remember for their entire lives, they have arrived in Paris