Adam was part of an 11 strong team of cyclists made up from members of Evesham Rugby Club as they cycled from Rome to Evesham in just 17 days, raising money for the Queen Elizabeth Hospital charity.
The team planned the epic 2,000 km (1,243 mile) ride in memory of their friend and fellow rugby player Matt Brace who tragically passed away from a head injury after being treated at the Queen Elizabeth Hospitalin May 2011.
The team travelled around 100 miles per day as they moved up throughItaly, around the Alps and throughFrance, before arriving back in Britain on 15 April.
They were met back at Evesham Rugby club by family and friends where a party was arranged in their honour.
Adam, who has dedicated his free time to the fundraising effort over the last five months, said: “We are all delighted that we managed to raise so much money for such a worthwhile cause, and I would personally like to thank everyone who has supported and donated to our cause.
“It was also a fantastic, once in a lifetime experience and a fitting tribute to a great friend.”
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