The Indigenous Marathon Project (IMP) uses the marathon as a vehicle to promote active and healthy lifestyles to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and celebrate Indigenous resilience and achievement.
Charlie Maher, Caleb Hart, Joseph Davies and Juan Darwin laid the foundation for the future of Indigenous Australians when they became the first four Indigenous men to complete the IMP in 2010, and the first known Indigenous Australians to finish the New York City Marathon.
The Indigenous Marathon Foundation (IMF) is a health promotion charity that uses running to celebrate Indigenous resilience and achievement, and create inspirational Indigenous role models.
Indigenous Communities for Activity and Nutrition (I-CAN) targets primary school aged children and uses fitness and activity to encourage school attendance and address childhood obesity.
Deadly Running Australia is a new initiative established to bring together a number of Deadly Running events, groups, coaches and leaders.