Twickenham-to-Tokyo cyclists hand over Rugby World Cup whistle after 20,000km ride | AFP

After cycling more than 20,000 kilometres (14,000 miles) through 27 countries from Twickenham to Tokyo, two rugby-mad fans finally arrive with a crucial item: the referee’s whistle for the opening World Cup game.

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The rugby-mad duo cycling from Twickenham to Tokyo | AFP

They survived angry dogs in Iran and stomach bugs in India, and have slept in monasteries, underpasses and on farms — it’s been a madcap adventure for a pair of rugby enthusiasts cycling from Twickenham to Tokyo for charity ahead of the Rugby World Cup.

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