Well finally, after a battle with my clicking ankle, a bit of physio (just a bit), and months of training, I'll be attempting to do what I've wanted to for a while.
On the 20th of February (date subject to change if restrictions change or weather conditions are too severe), I will attempt to run a 117.8km ultra-marathon to Palm Beach and back, raising awareness and funds for Lymphatic cancer. Leading up to the HSC, someone who I call a good mate and a life mentor, lost someone very close to them, which is why I have chosen to run for Lymphoma.
I'll start at the North end of Bondi Beach at some early hour of the morning, make my way up across the Bridge (or bridges) and up to Palm Beach where I'll turn around run back to where I started. This long journey isn't about pace or completing it in a specific time, but I am aiming to finish in under 16 hours.
I invite anyone who wishes to run the last 7km with me, from Hyde park back to the beach. Even if you aren't the most experienced runner, feel free to join because I won't be moving too quick. (While I'm running I'll post an estimate on when I'll reach Hyde Park, but it'll be around late afternoon/evening).
I also want to thank Miss Pace and Mr Kennedy for supporting me in doing this, it's much appreciated.
Help us beat cancer. If you wish to donate the link is below. I have a goal of $3000 so any contribution to helping me reach that is much appreciated.