Ian Green to run for OCA Awareness

Noel Jones employee Ian Green will run 7km in an effort to raise awareness of, and funds for, Ovarian Cancer.

“To raise funds for this fantastic cause, and as a personal challenge, I have decided to complete a Spartan sprint obstacle race. For those who aren’t familiar with the event, it’s a tough 7km cross country race across all terrain with over 20 obstacles.” Ian said.

“Don’t let the short distance fool you, this should take around 1.5 hours to complete and includes plenty of freezing water and mud.
On behalf of Noel Jones and Ovarian Cancer Australia I would be grateful if you could please dig deep and donate whatever you can. No donation is too big or too small. You can donate via my fundraising page – Ian Green’s Spartan Race for OCA.”

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