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Health leaders tackle childhood obesity

- 16/11/2017

Tackling childhood obesity is a key goal of a planned summit at the Glasshouse on Thursday November 16. Almost a quarter of NSW children are overweight or obese. The inaugural Mid North Coast Regional Obesity Summit will bring together health leaders to work towards reducing childhood overweight and obesity in the region. Children who are … Continue reading "Health leaders tackle childhood obesity"

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Dodson-Shaw set to fire in volcano marathon

- 16/11/2017

Published on the National Indigenous Times website – 15 November 2017 Indigenous runner Adrian Dodson-Shaw is turning up the heat. The first Indigenous Australian to run the North Pole marathon two years ago, is set to tackle one of the most extreme marathons on Earth, the annual volcano run in Chile, this week. Dodson-Shaw, whose … Continue reading "Dodson-Shaw set to fire in volcano marathon"

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NT runner takes on New York Marathon

- 15/11/2017

Author – LAUREN ROBERTS, Darwin Sun – November 14, 2017 THE most challenging part of the New York City Marathon is the rain and the cold, says Alice Springs runner Roy “Billy” Tilmouth. “The conditions weren’t the nicest — but the atmosphere was unreal,” Tilmouth said. “Everyone was cheering, there were a few Australian runners … Continue reading "NT runner takes on New York Marathon"

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Queanbeyan indigenous runner Cara Smith completes New York Marathon_Canberra Times

- 07/11/2017

Queanbeyan mum Cara Smith was still beaming with pride when she crossed the finish line at the New York marathon after almost six hours on the streets. Smith completed her Indigenous Marathon Project journey when she finished the famous race in 5.58.01. “I ran the whole way,” Smith said proudly. “Even through the tough times … Continue reading "Queanbeyan indigenous runner Cara Smith completes New York Marathon_Canberra Times"

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From Central Australia to Central Park

- 07/11/2017

Words by Michael McAtomney (http://convicts.nyc/sport/from-central-australia-to-central-park/) On Sunday morning, the distant and oft-forgotten borough of New York City – Staten Island – will play host to over 60,000 new temporary visitors and tourists from around the globe. No, Staten Island still hasn’t become cool. Instead, these transitory guests are trekking to the southernmost borough to compete … Continue reading "From Central Australia to Central Park"

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