Our team's little hero Evie wasn't able to be there as she was in hospital having some treatment on the day. She is doing really well, but still has a few months of treatment ahead so your continual prayers are greatly appreciated. The whole team is looking forward to next year when Evie will get to walk in the 1km Little Heroes walk along with her family who walked this year.
|5km team and some of the gorgeous little super hero walkers|
In order to make sure I was prepared I had to do some goal setting and decide what I needed to do for my race preparation. I knew I could only commit to training once per week (on the treadmill), so I was super excited to run a huge PB on the day, shaving 3 minutes off my best training time, and coming 11th out of 467 female competitors. It has left me hungry for more so I am looking forward to participating in another fun run/race again soon, and I am definitely looking forward to being a member of Evie's Army again at the Run 2 Cure next year. Neuroblastoma Australia are still accepting donations this week, so if you didn't get a chance to donate but would like to, you can donate here.