Category: Philanthropy

Running for a Reason

We’ve had the absolute privilege this week of spending time with a wonderful young man who is running for some truly Epic reasons.  Zibeon Fielding is an Indigenous man from the remote community of Mimili in the A.P.Y lands of far north South Australia. He’s a graduate of the Indigenous Marathon Project, running the New York […]

Team Epic runs Uluru

This was the scene that greeted the six hundred and seventy runners from 29 countries  as we stepped off the buses onto Anangu land for the start of the Australian Outback Marathon. Team Epic Good were there in force to run on the 6k, 11k and 21k events, and to support our team leader and […]

A sideline view of London Marathon

There’s a reason we use the word marathon as a descriptor of a particularly long and torturous experiences.  We’ve all come out of hideously long drawn out meetings shaking our heads and grumbling about what a marathon session that was, or whinged about the marathon endurance feat that spending days on end at cricket games […]

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