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Once again the people of Melbourne and surrounds are taking to the streets in huge numbers for this massive event. And once again HypoActive is putting together a team of runners and walkers to show the world that type 1 diabetes is no barrier to getting active and getting healthy.
Active type 1's - and some of the not so active ones - will be meeting as usual on the last Sunday of the month at 9.30 am (SHARP!), this time at fabulous Jells Park.
The Kokoda track/trail is the most famous in Papua New Guinea and is known for being the location of the World War II battle between Japanese and Australian forces in 1942. But you don't have to go there, you only have to get to Upper Ferntree Gully.
Once again, it's time to book the last Sunday of the month for the amazing HypoActive Fun Run/Walk/Ride. Come along for some fancy footwork or casual pedalling with a whole bunch of type 1's in training.The handsome seaside suburb of Williamstown is the location of choice and it doesn't matter how fit you are - just come along and do what you can.
This is a great opportunity to get out there in a massive high-profile Melbourne event wearing your HypoActive running gear and showing how type 1's won't be stopped from getting active and healthy. Whether you run fast or take your time, show the world you can do it!
Once again, HypoActive is forming a team for this awesome cycling relay event. 520 km across Victoria's western plains, from the Murray River to the Mouth of the Moyne at Port Fairy - in just 24 hours.
HypoActive reaches Port Fairy in 2013
Our ever-popular social run or walk or ride - or just come along for a coffee - is set to meet at the end of March at Brighton. As luck would have it, our Juniors Program event is taking place in St Kilda that morning - just a hop. skip and a jump up the beach, so why not come along and spend some extra time giving support to those young people with type 1 who are taking part in the Gatorade Triathlon Series Race 5.
Beaming HypoActive Stingray
Entries for the MS Mega Swim have opened and the HypoActive Stingray team is registered! The Stingrays will be powering up their Insulin Injected Outboard Motor Type Engines at the Fitzroy pool on February 21-22 for another 24 hours of splashy fun.
Once again, John and Kerri have put their hands up to very kindly host this most fabulous of feasts - a HypoActive BBQ brunch in Jells Park on Sunday 8th December.
Type 1 Snagman John Thompson
Our next social run (or walk or ride) will be held on Sunday 24th November at Yarra Bend Park in Kew, the largest area of natural bushland close to the heart of Melbourne. Eats and drinks afterwards are at the Studley Park Boathouse. Meet in the car park at 9.30 am (SHARP!). Melways map ref: 2D F8)