Rob White, the 2015 Race Across America competitor for 3,000 Miles to a Cure, cruises out of Flagstaff at sunrise. Race Across America is a 3,000 mile non-stop cycling race from Oceanside, California to Annapolis, Maryland.
After cycling for 36 hours straight, Rob cools off in a pool set up for racers in Page, Arizona where the temperatures were upwards of 110 degrees Fahrenheit.
Rob wakes up from a nap at a time check station groggy and disoriented. His race plan allowed him at most an hour of sleep at a time.
Lucia and Will Parker, members of the media crew and children of the founder of 3,000 Miles to a Cure, run alongside Rob as he climbs Cuchara Pass in Colorado.
Rob is surprised with a small party set up for him in Springfield, Colorado where he is greeted by friends and family.
Rob's daughter Rachel helps Rob orient himself after a long nap he took while being shuttled across the Mississippi river. Maria Parker, the founder of 3,000 Miles to a Cure and a former Race Across America finisher, applies sunscreen to Rob's head.
Early morning fog in the mountains of West Virginia make an already exhausted Rob struggle up the hills. Will Parker runs alongside Rob to keep him awake and motivated.
After taking a fall and breaking his collarbone early on his final day, Rob pedals through the east coast drizzle toward the Atlantic and the finish line.
Rob's crew, made up of friends and family, cheer him to the finish line on his last rainy day in Maryland.
Rob crosses the finish line with a crowd of supporters cheering him on.