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Running Pink

3.32  ·  Rating Details ·  28 Ratings  ·  9 Reviews
Nothing was going to stop Deborah de Williams from running 18,026 kilometres around Australia to raise funds for breast cancer research. Her initial attempt was abandoned - but only after running the last 825 kilometres on broken feet. Told she would never run again, Deborah went on to prove everybody wrong. Finding her inspiration from a dying young breast cancer battler, ...more
Published April 1st 2012 by Five Mile Press Pty Limited
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Walter Van praag
Jul 01, 2015 Walter Van praag rated it liked it
Lovely book to read, very inspiring. Running Pink details, in great details I should add, how Deborah De Williams walked around Australia for the Kids Helpline and how she ran around for Running Pink her organisation to support Breast Cancer. The walks and runs were all plagued with tricky situations, all of which she managed to overcome with her dedicated mum, husband and father. Cyclones and broken bones, floods and deaths did not stop Deborah and her team and thanks to her perseverance and an ...more
Jun 18, 2012 Vicki rated it it was ok
The story is about Deborah De Williams’ inspiring run around Australia (18,000 km) with her dog Maggie.She has seen the sights of this country at a slightly different pace than most, and all in the name of raising awareness and funds for breast cancer with a world record to boot.

De Williams is a breast cancer survivor herself and in 2011, was announced the Tasmanian Australia of the Year. In this book we travel with her pink crew around and through the heart of Australia – the cities, outback a
Jan 03, 2013 Sarah rated it it was amazing
Honestly I only picked this book up because it had someone running with a border collie on the front.
I am so glad that I picked this book up. I LOVE it. Enjoyed every minute of it.
I can't say if I'm more inspired by Deb and not only her desire to run around Australia, but the fact that she didn't give up on it, having to stop and restart from the very beginning, or if I'm more in love with her dog Maggie, who is so adorable, so much so that I would read out bits of the book about her to mum, be
Jan 01, 2013 Janna rated it really liked it

Inspirational totally... what a strong and amazing women. How I would love to just travel around Australia but perhaps not by foot, either walking or running. Raising awareness and fundraising for breast cancer, Deborah's story made me laugh, feel the pain and cry the tears as I enjoyed her journey.
Sherry Mackay
May 29, 2016 Sherry Mackay rated it liked it
The story of a brave and enterprising woman with huge determination. To beat records, to make money for charity and to fulfill her own dreams. The prose is a bit over the top at the times, a bit purple, a bit too over emotional but it tells a brave story.
Gaylene Mclean
Jul 08, 2012 Gaylene Mclean rated it it was amazing
A truly inspiring story. Had me in tears on more than one occasion. She did an amazing job. I have passed this book on for others to read.
Loved it
Jul 12, 2012 Carling rated it really liked it
She's an amazing story and the book was well written.
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An amazing story had me wanting to run around australia
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Megan Norris is a UK-born journalist experienced in the criminal justice system. Her career in journalism began in 1976 as a reporter in the UK covering courts, police rounds and general news. Later specialising in court coverage, she wrote about the impact of crime on victims and their families. She has covered stories including the aftermath of the Port Arthur massacre and some of Australia's mo ...more
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