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Cook for a Cure encourages Australians to cook and share a healthy meal, while supporting research to find new cures and treatments, in areas such as bowel cancer.
Whether it's hosting a breakfast, lunch or dinner for friends or family, throwing a BBQ, inviting friends to a picnic, or holding morning tea with work colleagues, there are lots of different ways Bowel Cancer Australia supporters are helping Cook for a Cure. Read the full story at Cook for a Bowel Cancer Cure.
Motivated by his Mum's battle with bowel cancer, ultra event enthusiast Ben decided to complete the 100km ultra marathon through Victoria's the Great Ocean Road region in support of BCA.
An extremely challenging event, Ben not only managed to more than double his fundraising target; he also did an absolutely stellar job in the race. Finishing in 9th place! "Mum was almost in tears when I told her how everyone had swung behind the charity. You have all made her a very happy lady."
Big thanks Ben and well done!
Whilst adopting their usual position at the Qantas Club buffet, it became obvious to Andrew and Chris that they were two very unfit 40 year olds, although in their own minds they still looked pretty good.
They decided to set a goal. They needed to pick an activity and an event to train for - both had a competitive swimming past and a distinct lack of interest in running or wearing lycra, so swimming it was!
Setting their goal high, Andrew and Chris chose to compete in the Rottnest Channel Swim, Australia's biggest ocean swim at 19.8 km from Cottesloe Beach to Rottnest Island!
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