Support Japanese Pros Maki and Hiro Nishiuchi as they fundraise for the Japanese Red Cross. They will race the Aviva Ironman 70.3 Singapore 2011 sporting black bands, a Japanese tradition of mourning.
Support Japanese Pro Athletes Maki and Hiro Nishiuchi as they fundraise for the Japanese Red Cross. The couple will be racing the Aviva Ironman 70.3 Singapore sporting black bands, a Japanese tradition of mourning.
Married Japanese pros Maki and Hiro Nishiuchi have come forward to raise funds for their homeland with their cousin and elderly relative still missing.
Hiro said, “My family is still stuck at the Fukushima Prefecture despite the nuclear threat. I hope to do something for my country. A friend of mine watches Japan news all day long and is in despair each time the newscaster reports an aftershock or about the nuclear situation. I would like to raise funds for the earthquake victims, and have 100% of the donations go to Japan.”
Title Sponsor Aviva has kick-started the fundraising effort with S$10,000 donation
Support Hiro and Maki Nishiuchi by donating now.
Amount raised is approximate as exchange rates vary.