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Sunday, 25 November 2018

Members Ride - Stationary Cycle Challenge

Did you know some MSWA Members will also be participating in the 2018 MSWA Ocean Ride - Powered by Retravision? Yes, that’s right!

The MSWA Ocean Ride - Members Ride is a cycling challenge completed on a stationary bike over an 8-week period, concluding the week of the MSWA Ocean Ride event. MSWA Members & Clients can register for the Members Ride and track their distance on a stationary bike as part of their weekly physiotherapy routine.

There are prizes for the Highest Individual Fundraiser, Most Kilometres Ridden by an Individual and Most Kilometres ridden by a Team.

2017 Winners

  • Most Kilometres Ridden (team) - Southern Dragons Team (Rockingham Outreach) rode 219km altogether
  • Most Kilometres Ridden (individual) - Alex Brown & Sharon Lamont (Rockingham Outreach) both rode 219km over the 8-week period
  • Highest Individual Fundraiser - Jenny Norrish, who raised $2,351

For any queries, please contact your MSWA Physiotherapist or the MSWA Events Team on 6454 3131 or email at events@mswa.org.au

 

Stationary Bike Goes the Distance

Jenny Norrish has been living with Recurring-Remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) since 2002, and at the time of her diagnosis she was raising a family of four children aged between 15 and 22, running a successful real estate business, and completing a Diploma of Business.

Life was busy and energetic, so it came as a shock when her vision became blurred and she started feeling fatigued. “I had heard of MS before but only from people in wheelchairs selling raffle tickets, so I was very shocked and unsure of what would happen next,” said Jenny.

To read more about Jenny's story, just click here

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Sunday, 25 November 2018

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