Hi, I’m Harper
For those of you who haven’t heard Harper’s story, Harper was diagnosed in 2019 with DIPG, an incurable brain cancer considered ‘the worst of the worst. Harper courageously fought her battle for 7 months and tragically passed away a day before her 4th birthday in October 2019.
The Ultimate 100 Km Challenge
In honour of Harper's legacy and all those affected by DIPG, join us for a 100 km challenge.
Participants will be challenged with a swim, run, row, ski erg and cycle to collectively make up 100 km.
About RUN DIPG
RUN DIPG has delivered far beyond any expectations could have imagined. From humble beginnings as a group of mediocre runners, united by grief, to a recognised, devoted and well-supported charity, RUN DIPG has much to be proud of, but still much more to achieve.