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Register to run or walk 65kms in May.
Track your kilometres and challenge yourself through May.
Tell everyone about your challenge and raise funds to support people living with cystic fibrosis.
Get connected, track your progress and join our community of awesome supporters.
You could walk a couple of kilometres every day, or do it all in one weekend! Connect with your Strava or Fitbit account to track your progress, and ask your friends and family to sponsor you. Show your support and help raise much needed awareness and funds for those living with Cystic Fibrosis.
- Kain just donated $112.35
- Dianne just donated $100
- Paula just donated $52.50
- Leea just donated $21
- Kirbie just donated $21
- Jewel just donated $31.50
- Kasey just donated $21
- Judith just donated $26.25
- Matt just donated $52.50
- Megan just donated $100
- Diarna just donated $21
- Mel just donated $25
- Jacqueline just donated $10.50
- Judy just donated $30
- Paige just donated $21
- Matt just donated $105
- Jeff just donated $20
- Madeline just donated $52.50
- Elizabeth just donated $52.50
- Rose just donated $31.50
How much does it cost to register?
It’s completely free to register and participate in Walk 65K in May. Sign up today and join the fight against cystic fibrosis!
How do I join a team when registering?
You can join a public team by clicking on the "Join us" button on the team's fundraising page. If the team is set to private, you will need to ask the team captain to send you an invite.
What if I can't walk or run 65kms?
You could complete the challenge in any way that works best for you and adjust the kilometres in a way that will be challenging for you. This could be walking, running, swimming or cycling, doing 6,500 steps a day or anything in between! Setting a challenging personal goal will make it more likely that others will sponsor you.
So who are you walking for?
In Australia, there are over 3,500 children and adults living with cystic fibrosis, which is a genetic condition that causes serious damage to the lungs, digestive system and other organs. Because of this, the cystic fibrosis community is a particularly vulnerable group during this very challenging and unprecedented COVID-19 pandemic.
We need you now more than ever to come together and join us in the fight against cystic fibrosis. To bring hope to the Australians who fight every day.