I am running as a survivor
i'm giving it all i've got
I’m taking on The Long Run
This September, I’m giving it all I’ve got by taking part in The Long Run. But as I am have RP surgery I will not be actually running - but watching “running” movies - Chariots of Fire, Forrest Gump, etc. while in recovery. So join me however you can.
It’s Australia’s leading cause of cancer, with 66 men newly diagnosed every day.
Will you donate today and help us end the pain of prostate cancer?
Together, we can make prostate cancer history.
Thank you to my sponsors
Best wishes Wayne for a speedy robotic recovery
Best wishes Wayne, hope the surgery goes well and you have a speedy recovery! Jo
Hi Wayne Keep up the good work. We have both been dealing with cancer and it is a pleasure to see how well you are doing.
Best wishes Wayne!
All the best Wayne - You will outrun this! Race (Jesse Owens) The Barkley Marathons
Martin, Michele, Toby & Annabelle
Run Wayne run!
Hi Wayne Thanks for reaching out to your fellow BFP members to let us know your situation. Hope all goes well with your medical challenges. We will think of you on 16/9 and look forward to catching up in person at the next conference.
Great work Wayne.
Bad news Wayne, but you will get the job done and recover in good form. Still holding a bottle of Brokenwood Shiraz 2005, written on the label “not without Wayne”. Look forward to sharing it with you soon.
Hi Wayne, wishing you well, enjoy your "run" Martin
I will be thinking of you and your family with positive thoughts.
Hi Wayne, stay strong my friend
I'm so sorry you and your family are going through this Wayne. You will be a success story for sure. Love and prayers, Glen 😘🙏
Paul T Ahearne
Great cause Wayne. Happy to support you and the message
Finally the wine cellar will get a workout!
Hi Wayne, We hope each new day brings you closer to a full and speedy recovery! With best wishes Jack and Maria Pulczynski
Run straight and hard Wayne. All the best.
Best of luck with the surgery Wayne, and I hope your recovery is smooth and quick.
Best wishes. Enjoy the movies.
All the very best Wayne - my bladder cancer has been in remission for more than 3 years now since my procedure/chemo treatment, so a tough old bugger like you should have lots going for you! Regards, Bob
Best wishes from the Creswells
Hi Wayne, All the best with the upcoming surgery, and well done for The Long Run
Hi Wayne Another Challenge!! and I know you are equal to the challenge!! All the very best!!!!
Best wishes Wayne. I underwent the same procedure 6 years ago with a great outcome. Warwick.
Wishing you all the very best!
Good luck Wayne
Get well Wayne and thanks for sharing this to raise awareness.
Great news on your surgery and oncology results mate. Cheers Dennis
Sending you healing hugs and keeping you in my prayers
Michael & Julie Horgan
Pray you will recover well
Hi Wayne, Best of luck for your procedure, and watch the hell out of those 'running' movies!
Wishing a successful recovery
Sorry to hear Wayne. Wishing you all the very best for a speedy recovery. You have got this. Cheers, Alex.
Good on you Wayne ! Such an important and worthy cause !
God bless you Wayne.
good luck with both the treatment and your target fundraising. M&M
Good luck with the treatment Wayne!
You will be tired of Running movies by the time it's over. Good Luck.. Sue
We fully support your goal and best wishes for wayne a successful surgery
Our prayers are with you for the surgery and quick recovery. Enjoy the virtual run.
Happy to support you Wayne!
Go Jude with you all the way. Good luck.
Wishing you all the best with your recovery
Good luck with the op Wayne. A very worthy cause. All the best Les
Good luck Wayne.
Wishing you all the very best with the recovery. Good luck with the running movie marathon
Robert Kevin Webster
James (jim) Gray
Wayne, your operation has been inspiring. Expect some difficulties, but congratulations on getting the job done. Jim Gray.
Happy to support you Wayne! Enjoy the movies!
all best wishes for op Wayne. I have been on continuous surveillance for numerous years under Prof Henry Woo, with elevated but not excessive PSA (incl annual MRI), so can identify with your situation
Glad to hear you are cheerful, and on the mend Wayne. Looking forward to catching up at the THOTH lunch
Carolyn Dianne Osborne
Good Luck Wayne.
Let's make prostate cancer history! Go you good thing – take the power!
Wayne, Bloody hell - this is not good news, but from the statistics you have provided any male that avoids prostate cancer can be considered really lucky. Hoping for a successful operation and speedy recovery. Regards Keith