A 35KM CHALLENGE TO CURE MITO

Sydney North
SUNDAY 21 NOVEMBER

A 35KM CHALLENGE TO CURE MITO

SYDNEY NORTH

SYDNEY NORTH
SUNDAY 21 NOVEMBER

LET'S BRING MITO TO IT'S KNEES

LET'S BRING MITO TO IT'S KNEES

START

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PALM
BEACH

Course

Begin at Palm Beach for the first of your countless stunning ocean views of the day!

Follow the coast and soak in the sun and scenery from dramatic cliff tops and coastal paths.

Take the last steps of your 35km challenge at Manly Promenade.

Fully supported course with checkpoints.

FINISH

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MANLY PROMENADE

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Join the Movement to cure mito

Walk with us to stand up and support people living with mitochondrial disease

Mito Movement

Join the Mito Movement

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in The Bloody Long Walk

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to help kids like Noah

Meet Noah

Noah’s favourite thing is to make people laugh, with Star Wars coming a close second! But behind his gorgeous smile, Noah bravely fights mito. In his ten short years, he has undergone countless medical procedures. He has had multiple stroke-like episodes, which occur without warning, each one causing significant brain damage.

Despite being fed by a tube and having to rely on his wheelchair, Noah is determined to live life to the full. Ask him how he feels and he says “I choose to be happy.”

“He’s my world, all I want is to find a cure for my boy.” – Kat, Noah’s mum, will take on The Bloody Long Walk for the fifth time.

Register today to walk 35km and help find a cure for mito! Read more.

ARRIVAL TIMES: FROM 6.30AM, 21 NOVEMBER

START ADDRESS: GOVERNOR PHILLIP PARK, PALM BEACH

FINISH ADDRESS: MANLY PROMENADE, OPPOSITE CORSO

LEADERBOARDS

SUPPORTING PARTNER

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The Mito Foundation would like to acknowledge the traditional custodians of the land on which we live and work. We pay respect to their cultures and to elders past, present and emerging. We extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples today.

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