A global appeal to the SAHS Family has been launched to raise USD $5,000 to replace Grade 11 student Llori Sharpe’s Tri-Bike which was stolen recently. Llori must have her bike to compete in the August 12 USA National Triathlon Championship in Nebraska. 

16-year old SAHS student Llori Sharpe is an outstanding athlete with great potential to perform at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. She competes internationally in the triathlon event – swimming, cycling, and long-distance running – and is ranked 21st in the world age group ranking.

On the afternoon of June 14, she returned from a training run with her Dad to find their house ransacked and her Tri-Bike stolen. This was devastating…and happened just a few days before she was scheduled to take up her invitation to attend a training camp in Puerto Rico.

With a borrowed bike she left for Puerto Rico, and with the borrowed bike she may be able to take up the invitation for a Colorado training camp in July. But, she must have her own bike to train for and compete in the August 12 USA National Triathlon Championship in Omaha, Nebraska – another invitation to compete based on her outstanding performance. Read all about Llori’s wins here.

Join the SAHS Foundation, the St Andrew Old Girls Association, the St Andrew Alumnae Association Washington DC and the PTA in buying Lori a new Tri-Bike by July 21, 2017.

To donate: