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Geelong - 29th March 2008

Not many people would have seen Brett Saxon as he passed through Geelong at 6am on Sunday morning. With a handful of supporters urging him on, Brett pushed on in his epic run through to Indented Head, remaining focussed even though he has already been on the road for well over 18 hours...
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Previous Media Releases

Geelong - March 2008

Olympian Lee Troop, footy great Billy Brownless and Geelong Mayor Bruce Harwood kept Brett Saxon company as he racked up yet another training jog yesterday in anticipation of his upcoming 162km charity run.
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GoTV - March 2008

Watch Brett's interview for GoTV about his challenge on the 29th March, with support from Billy Brownless (Footy Legend), Lee Troop (Olympian) and Bruce Harwood (Mayor City of Greater Geelong).
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Leader - March 2008

A quick bite on the run is much more than an indulgence for Keilor's ultra-marathon runner Brett Saxon. The 42-year-old swears by a slice or six of pizza to get him through his long runs, some continuing through the night...
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Geelong Advertiser - January 2008

Three years ago Brett Saxon was fat and unfit - now he's preparing to run four marathons in a day to raise money for kids with cancer. On March 29 the Keilor man will aim to complete 162km in 24 hours covering a route that will take him from Keilor to Indented Head...
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Runners World Magazine - January 2008

Merely finishing a marathon is an heroic achievement. No doubt each of the 16,000-plus competitors who took part in the Melbourne Marathon festival in October has their own tale of triumph... Brett Saxon didn't begin running seriously until 2005. At the beginning of that year he weighed over 100 kgs and, deciding to take steps to remedy the situation, he began cycling and then running...
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Run For Your Life Magazine - December 2007

Life didn't seem so good for me a few years ago and if I am to be totally honest with myself there were times when I questioned, what's the point? I think the reason I found myself in this situation stemmed from the fact that I was unhealthy, unhappy and with no motivation to change.
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North West Advocate - August 2007
Robert Fedele
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Williamstown Star - May 2007
Kirsty Ross
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