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Join the HypoActive Run Club

Anyone out there interested in running socially?

 

Become a Global Hero!

HypoActive invites all runners wearing insulin pumps (any brand) to apply for the 2011 Medtronic Global Heroes program.   We would love to have an Australian representative with type 1 diabetes participate in this program - for the first time ever!

Long writing about Long running

Roger Hanney is a Sydney based long distance runner with type 1, who has kindly combined his experiences of marathon (and beyond) running with his ability to tell a tale well.  His latest installment focuses on lessons learned in some ultra-marathon distances, and is a seriously great read.  Enjoy!
 

Check out Junior AcT1vate for kids with type 1!

Places are available for young people with type 1 to attend the AcT1vate dinner - at no charge - and witness the Ask the Athlete panel.

This will be held on Saturday, 5th February, 2011 from 7pm.

Details are available here: http://www.hypoactive.org/content/junior-act1vate

Can you help us?

HypoActive needs your help to enable us to keep doing the stuff we do.  It is getting even harder as Convenor Monique is finding it hard to stay up all night to ensure everything gets done.  It would be great if you could help us out so she can concentrate on growing her baby.
 
We need immediate help with:
 
Website publishing
 
Tasks involved:
- publishing news articles and photos of events and contributions from members

Run Melbourne: Anyone Can. And they did!

Sunday morning, 18 July 2010, saw seventeen thousand of Victoria's bravest two-legged pavement pounders take to St Kilda Road, the Melbourne sports precinct, Flinders Street and Birrarung Marr for the annual Run Melbourne event.

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