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18
May 2019

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Early on Saturday 18th May, the 3rd annual Isla Climbing Challenge took place. Over 100 heroic cyclists and runners made their way up Son Tra Mountain in Da Nang and Giong Mountain in Hanoi for Newborns Vietnam, proving we can overcome all obstacles together. In the 3 years the Isla Climbing Challenge has been running, close to $30,000 has been raised for Newborns! Huge thank you to everyone who took got involved in Da Nang and Hanoi, and a huge congratulations to those who managed to make it up 3 times!

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