Jamie S

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My target 100 kms

This November, I’m taking part in Stroke Foundation’s Stride4Stroke to help prevent, treat and beat stroke!

In Australia, one stroke occurs every 9 minutes.

It is one of Australia's biggest killers, killing more women than breast cancer and more men than prostate cancer.

Stroke attacks the brain, the human control centre, changing lives in an instant. The impact of stroke can be devastating for the individual and the family. However, the impact of stroke can be prevented, with research indicating that around 80 percent of strokes are preventable.

This year we are striding for Dad who had a stroke in January this year. While he learns to walk again, I plan to walk for Stride4Stroke and hopefully raise some money as well as awareness.

Please support my Stride4Stroke challenge with a donation today. 

Your donation will help the Stroke Foundation support those affected right now and fund research to help prevent stroke, save lives and enhance recovery. Thank you.

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Great cause Jamie


Shan Fox

I’m walking with you in spirit!




John Mol


Jamie Samuels


Simon Swanson

Good stuff!


Peter Gotsis

Get those k's up Jamie. Health to all and never give in.


Michael Betts

Great cause - I had no idea it was so prevalent. I hop your dad makes a full recovery Jamie. I'm sure your support helps him immensely.




Casey Hamann


The Crabbs

Godspeed Joom


Liv M

Great work Jame xxx


Ashley George-hacon

Go team G love! X





Claire Mcmahon

Thank you for what you’re doing Jam! Lots of love xxx


Leila Dean



Good job Jamie


Merryn Pearce


Brendon Knight


Glenn Clay

Well done


Gregor Danton

Good Luck Jamie


Lea Dimovski

The most rewarding 100kms you'll ever walk.


Peta Samuels



Marissa Tellis

Yess, go Jamie !! 💕


Lisa M


Nicole Simpson

You go girl!


Jen Palmervale

Legend 💪🏼



Your dad looks so happy and proud of you, keep making him happy and proud and he’ll be able to get through anything.


Jesse Rau


Samantha Pitt