Wednesday, 29 October 2014

Epilepsy Action Australia Cambodia Cycle 2015

Epilepsy is a seizure disorder that can affect anyone at any time, regardless of age, gender, level of intelligence, culture or background.

It is estimated that over 800,000 people in Australia will be diagnosed with epilepsy at some stage in life.  With sadly 30% never being able to stop or control their seizures. 

However, as part of our Action for Epilepsy: Cambodia Cycle 2015, you can positively impact on their lives.

Discover Cambodia, from Siem Reap to Phnom Penh, and fill your senses with the sights, sounds and smells of Southeast Asia while raising vital funds for our innovative research and support programs.  

Join today and make a real difference!

  • Challenge yourself as you cycle 350km across Cambodia, through stunning countryside, bustling cities and friendly villages
  • Experience Phnom Penh, Cambodia’s capital city, and gaze upon the majestic spires of Angkor Wat in Siem Reap
  • Discover the secret to traditional Cambodian cuisine and learn more about Cambodia’s intriguing history
  • Help Epilepsy Action Australia empower Australians with epilepsy to live independent and more fulfilled lives
So what are you waiting for? Join the team today!

Kind regards,
Carol Ireland, CEO
Epilepsy Action Australia

P.S. As part of this incredible adventure, you will raise funds to help us empower Australians with epilepsy to live independent and more fulfilled lives.

Thursday, 2 October 2014

September 2012 Newsletter by Danny Chak

Spring (noun)
The season after winter and before summer, in which vegetation begins to appear, occurs from September to November in the southern hemisphere. Symptoms include red eyes, short of breath and a wrecked and tired body after days upon days of fetching tissues for that runny nose.

First thought - Hayfever. Yes true, correct, but these symptoms are also synonymous with another occasion that happens during these gradually warming months of the year. The CCC Summer Cirteriums are fast approaching, with the first race night on Wednesday 22nd October. Get your name in fast to be involved in the ANUCC squads for a fantastic season of racing; email us at

The annual Monday Night ANUCC criterium sessions are being held once again this year at the Stromlo Criterium Circuit. For those who are familiar with the crit track, this proves to be a perfect opportunity to hone those cornering and sprinting skills in preparation for the upcoming Summer Criteriums. For those who are new to riding on the Stromlo circuit, the track is accommodating to newer riders as the sweeping turns bring confidence to developing abilities and the safety of a closed-off-to-traffic track enables maximum wattage output without the worry of metal boxes cleaning you up.

These sessions will be held from 5:30pm (for a 6pm start)_ and run until 7:30pm every Monday from 13th October onwards. There is also a group of keen beans who think that riding out to Stromlo from the Northside is a good idea, so if you’re also that way inclined, please let us know, as riding in a group is proven to be 100 times better than riding by yourself.

What you need: FOOD – These sessions are as hard as you want them to be and are generally anaerobic intensive. Muesli bars are good, likewise with bananas and sandwiches. FRONT AND REAR LIGHTS – You will need these for the first few sessions if you’re riding to and from. A TOP ATTITUDE – to fit in of course. 

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Wednesday, 30 July 2014

ANU Sport Blues Awards Winners

ANU Sport held their annual Blues Awards Ceremony on Tuesday 29 July 2014 at University House. These awards recognise sporting achievements for the 2013 sporting year.

Congratulations to the following ANUCC members who won awards:

  • Ailie McDonald - Half Blue
  • Thomas Clarke - Peter McCullagh Achievement Award
  • Catherine Culvenor - Peter McCullagh Achievement Award
  • Nathan Hart - Peter McCullagh Achievement Award
  • Daniel Rickard - Peter McCullagh Achievement Award
For a full list of award winners, including a booklet listing their achievements, click here.

Friday, 26 July 2013

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