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Event Info
Event Info

The earlier you register the more you save! Click here to find out entry fees for this year's event, and everything you need to know to prepare for the big day.

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What is MS?
What is MS?

The most common symptoms of MS are hidden (fatigue, balance, depression, bladder disturbance, sensory, visual). There is no cure for MS yet, but we’re working on it!

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Volunteer with Us
Volunteer with Us

Don't feel like running or walking but still want to be part of something special? Why not donate your time and join the MS Support Crew!

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raised to Fight MS!
Our goal is $250,000

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When you create a team, you create a band of people that can train together, raise money together and fight MS together!


Top 10 Individuals
Rank Name Raised
1st Marcus Christian $230
2nd Silvana De Zotti $165
3rd Ian Dapson $140
4th Mark Marshall $120
5th Scott Devenish $75
6th Alan Gibbons $65
7th Peter Harrison $65
8th Shelley Costigan $50
9th Alasdair Whyte $50
10th Debbie Gibbins $30
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Top 10 Teams
Rank Name Raised
1st Team Devilfish $335
2nd Bobby Dazzlers 2 $65
3rd RSM Bird Cameron $50
4th Huff N Puffers $30
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Step Up News

2014 results

2014 results

Can you remember how fast you went in 2014? Did you beat your team mates to the top? If you are after a bit of motivation to kick start your...

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Meet Kate

Kate has been fighting MS for 8 years...

Kate hid her MS symptoms and attacks from her family for 4 years before she was diagnosed with MS, causing irreparable damage to her body. Now 26, Kate worries for her future but tries to take one day at a time.