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Rob rides to support his community
11 January 2018Streaky Bay resident Rob Skelton hasn’t been on a bike in over 25 years. Despite that, in 2018, he will take on the ultimate challenge by participating in Ride for a reason while also raising mush needed funds for Cancer Council SA.
Kevin’s Personal Reason to Ride
11 January 2018Ride for a reason participant Kevin Osmond knows firsthand the impact a cancer diagnosis can have on his life. In 2018, he will be riding for all those regional South Australians like himself who have lived through, and survived, a cancer diagnosis.
Running for Rachel
10 January 2018Nicole Rowe’s sister Rachel thought for years that her stomach pains and cramps were due to irritable bowel syndrome. It wasn’t until her symptoms got worse and she demanded answers that Rachel found out the devastating news—she was living with Stage 4 bowel cancer
Paul pulls on his undies to raise bowel cancer awareness
09 January 2018Paul Bennett was just 39 years of age when he was told that he had Stage 2 bowel cancer. Young and healthy, with no history of bowel cancer in the family, the diagnosis came as a complete shock.
Jess dons undies for Dad
08 January 2018In 2012, when she was just 18 years old, Jess Sarti’s life changed forever when she found out her dad had been diagnosed with bowel cancer.
Ray runs in memory of Lockie
08 January 2018When you become a father, all that you want is your daughter’s happiness. That happiness came for father of two Ray Cockshell when he was introduced to his youngest daughter’s partner, Lockie.
Five tips for a fantastic People’s Choice Undies Run
05 January 2018Australia’s cheekiest fun run is back to kick off the 2018 Santos Tour Down Under on Sunday 14 January. The People’s Choice Undies Run for Bowel Cancer is a fun-packed family fundraiser for Cancer Council SA that raises awareness and support for one of Australia’s biggest killers: bowel cancer.
Mike celebrates five years cancer free
03 January 2018For Mike Krause the 2018 Ride for a reason will be particularly special as he celebrates five years cancer free.
Emily’s long-lasting legacy
22 December 2017In August this year, 35-year-old mother of two Emily Prause lost her life to bowel cancer. A passionate advocate for awareness and early detection, Emily’s passing had a lifelong impact on those closest to her.
Don’t get caught out in the sun this Christmas
21 December 2017With the UV expected to reach an extreme level of 12 on Christmas Day, Council SA is urging South Australians to be SunSmart when outdoors to avoid irreversible sun damage.