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Former St. Helenan treks across Norway, raises $1.07 million for PKU awareness
Former St. Helena mother Alison Michaux Reynolds completed her nine-day trek across Norway at the end of last month beneath a blue, windless sky that belied the brutal weather she endured most of the journey.

Date: Mar 26, 2020 | Written by: Holly Hubbard Preston

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DC Mom Skis Across Norway, Raising $1 Million for Daughter’s Genetic Disorder
A D.C. mom skied 125 miles across Norway to raise money for research on her daughter’s rare genetic disorder, PKU, which prevents the liver from processing protein. With this trip, she raised more than $1 million for her cause.

Date: March 5, 2020

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Mom raises $1 million for daughter’s rare genetic disorder after skiing 125 miles across Norway
A D.C. woman who skied 125 miles across Norway to raise awareness for her daughter’s rare genetic disorder returned to the comforts of home this week.

Date: March 4, 2020 | Written by: Dana Hedgpeth

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Amerikanske Alison fikk sjokkbeskjed om datteren – nå krysser hun Trøndelag
Da datteren ble rammet av en sjelden, alvorlig sykdom, bestemte AIison Reynolds seg for å samle inn penger til en kur.

Date: February 2020 | Written by: Sophie Lund Aaserud

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Few people know of her daughter’s genetic disorder. A mom is skiing 125 miles across Norway to change that.
For 125 miles over snow and ice, a District mother will cross-country ski across Norway later this month to raise money and awareness for her daughter’s rare genetic disorder.

Date: February 12, 2020 | Written by: Dana Hedgpeth

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DC mom set for cross-country ski trip to raise awareness of daughter’s rare disease.
Alison Reynold’s basement in Northwest Washington was recently filled with everything you could imagine to endure an extreme, cold-weather challenge.

Date: February 18, 2020 | Written by: Jay Korff (ABC7)

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D.C. mom Alison Reynolds trains in Vail for her 9-day cross-country ski trek across Norway to help fund research on rare disease.
Alison Reynolds runs wearing a harness attached to a heavy tire. What keeps her going is knowing that her athletic efforts will eventually help her daughter, Tia.

Date: February 17, 2020 | Written by: Casey Russell

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A mother’s love! Crossing Norway for a cure
D.C. mom Alison Reynolds is embarking on a cross-country expedition in Norway to raise awareness about Phenylketonuria (PKU) – a rare disease that her daughter suffers from.

Date: February 12, 2020

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Crossing for a Cure — Former St. Helena mother risks it all to raise funds for a rare disease.
Of the many reasons a person might risk life and limb, fundraising isn’t usually one — unless you are Alison Michaux Reynolds.

Date: February 12, 2020 | Written by: Holly Hubbard Preston

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Woman Cross-Country Skiing Across Norway to Raise Funds for Daughter’s Rare Genetic Disorder
A mother’s love can move mountains and more, just look at Alison Reynolds.

Date: February 11, 2020 | Written by: Doreen Gentzler and Patricia Fantis

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Pulling For A Cure
On February 21, Alison Reynolds will depart from a remote section of Swedish wilderness and ski across a frozen section of Norway that arcs just below the Arctic Circle. Her goal? To raise awareness of, and defeat, her daughter’s rare genetic disease.

Date: February 7, 2020 | Written by: Kirsten Dobroth

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Meet the DC Mom Who’s Cross-Country Skiing Across Norway in Freezing Temperatures to Raise Money for Her Daughter’s Rare Disease
To train, Alison Reynolds is pulling tires along the C&O Canal and hiking with a weighted backpack.

Date: November 8, 2019 | Written by: Mimi Montgomery

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Starter sin singeltur for a hedre Asbjern Felling
Amerikanske Alison Reynolds fra Was­hington DC, er mer til 16 ar gamle Tia. Datteren Tia har fe­nylketonuri PKU, kjent som F011ings sykdom. I februar maned krysser Ali­son tr0nderske fjell pa ski med pulk for a hedre Asbj0rn F0l­ling og hans oppda­gelse av PKU.

Date: January 2020 | Written by: Kjell Arnfinn Aune

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Crossing Norway

Join this adventure to help fund a cure!

This February, I am mounting cross-country skis at the Sweden/Norway border, crossing Norway west in nine days. Hauling a sled, I will ski nine hours each day and sleep on the snow at night. I am doing this for my daughter Tia who was born with the rare disease, PKU.