With around 223 cyclists, the BTU had the largest team and cycled a total of 39,413 kilometers during the three weeks of the campaign.
Team captain and Vice President for Studies and Teaching Prof. Dr. Peer Schmidt, who this year collected kilometers in the Mecklenburg Lakes Tour, among other events, once again accompanied the BTU team to victory. "I would like to sincerely thank all the cyclists who were once again involved with fun and vigor and contributed to this great result," said Prof. Peer Schmidt.
For three weeks, Cottbus pedaled hard in the city cycling event. A total of around 1,730 cyclists in 81 teams put in the work and rode 334,640 kilometers - for climate protection and their own health. With 223 cyclists, the BTU had the largest team and ended up in first place with 39,413 kilometers. The team was thus able to increase its total mileage by another 2,200 kilometers. The participant with the pseudonym "F.S." cycled the most kilometers of all BTU participants with 1,290 km. The "Institute for Health" was the largest group with 46 people and contributed around 8,800 km to the team success.
The BTU organizers are proud of everyone who participated. They would like to thank everyone who participated with fun and enthusiasm with a small surprise. Please contact the university's health management team at gesundheitsmanagement(at)b-tu.de.
The city of Cottbus participated again this year in the nationwide "Stadtradeln" competition. The goal of the campaign is to ensure that as many trips as possible are made by bicycle. The BTU was involved with all its campuses under the leadership of Prof. Peer Schmidt, Vice President for Studies and Teaching. During the period from May 23 - June 12, 2022, all kilometers traveled by participants were recorded and evaluated. Whether in their free time, on the way to the university or to work in Cottbus or outside the city - every kilometer cycled was included in the evaluation.
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