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#50 Running for a cause at the Australian Outback Marathon

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Jason "Rogue Runner" Nelson is running the 2012 Australian Outback Marathon for the Leukemia Foundation.

Jason is committed fundraiser and spends considerable time and effort each year on community service and fund raising for charity. In this insightful interview Jason provides inspiration as well as practical tips for runners, fundraisers and life.

You can find out more about Jason and his work on his page, donate on the Luekaemia Foundation AOM page and /or by watching his video.

The Australian Outback Marathon is a prime example of community service and has a range of activities that include fund raising and creating opportunities for  people. Race organizer Michael Walton from Travelling Fit explains the extensive behind the scenes community service activities that are part of The Australian Outback Marathon.

The Australian Outback Marathon supports the Cathy Freeman Foundation.

Our previous special on the Australian Outback Marathon provides even more on this iconic event.

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