Michael Tynan Challenge 2020

In 2020, participants battled through various challenges to continue its 5th year of supporting local medical research. Challenges included a spectacular coastal walk from Otford through to Bundeena and a virtual challenge where you could walk, ride or swim to reach your 30km goals in 24 days. Through the support and funds raised by the Challenge, the Foundation has been able to raise much needed funds for vital medical research in both St. George and Sutherland hospitals. 

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