Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center
Over the course of two days, nearly 3,000 people cycled, ran, walked, volunteered and donated at the fifth edition of the Dolphins Cycling Challenge aimed at beating cancer.
More than a 1,000 cyclists kicked off the annual Dolphins Cycling Challenge (DCC) on Saturday morning.
The Dolphins Cycling Challenge is a two-day, tri-county event dedicated to raising funds for lifesaving cancer research. This major community initiative is a collaborative effort between the Miami Dolphins and the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine, with 100% of the rider-raised funds going directly to fund research at Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center. Since its first ride in 2010, the DCC has raised almost 7 million dollars. We focus on the upcoming event, how you can get involved, and how it is helping to save lives.
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Thousands of South Floridians are getting ready to lace up their racing shoes and jump on their bikes to ride in the fight against cancer at the 4th annual Dolphins Cycling Challenge.
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CBS4 News and the new CEO of the Miami Dolphins teamed up Tuesday night to register riders who will take to South Florida roads in November for the annual Dolphin Cycling Challenge.