In April this year, Jess Baker and I travelled to Japan for a three and a half week visit that took us everywhere, from Hiroshima to most of the way up Mt Fuji, to a sumo stable in Tokyo and the temples of Kyoto, but the inspiration and purpose of our visit was an incredibly […]Read More Sakura Michi International Nature Run 2014
Just a brilliant day yesterday. I’ll be writing more this week to try to convey and capture some of the stories I heard yesterday about the battle these committed people are fighting to try to bring type 1 care and management in Queensland – especially in rural areas and small towns – into line with […]Read More Australian Diabetes Educators Association: Going Ultra!
Unseen video of our Racing The Planet Sahara adventure from October/November last year. See Greg sweat bucketloads! See Jess do Greg-pressing crossfit training! Witness my bag break 20 minutes into the week of running and hear me drop desert eff-bombs!!! Hilarious! We all forget what we say in these interviews because we get sunbaked and […]Read More Team Born to Run: Sahara
Just had some really good news today about doing a presentation for diabetes educators in Queensland at the end of May, to be followed in quick succession by a presentation to diabetic teens and their parents, all with the aim of breaking down mental and educational barriers that get in the way of people living […]Read More Jess Baker goes BOOM! (we knew that….)
It has been a long time since I wrote here, and it’s going to be just a bit longer yet. Just thought I’d post some fresh pics of what I’ve been up to, because the last 2 months has been MINDBLOWING in the extreme. First, in early October, I went to New Zealand with Hoka […]Read More Grand Slammed? And then some . . . . 2 incredible months.