This year the HypoActive team excelled at every level finishing the 520 km, 24-hour cycling relay in a blaze of type 1 glory. From the start in Echuca on the banks of the Murray River in norhtern Victoria, all through to the picturesque township of Port Fairy at the mouth of the Moyne along the Great Ocean Road, riders and crew put in every effort and the results were a tightly organised, efficient bunch of riders in every group and a crew whose hard work led the team across the western plains at close to record pace.
Exciting news that HypoActive has been asked to assist in one of Monash University's top research projects for 2013. The Dept of Physiology is conducting cutting edge data-gathering on the effects of exercise on the Achilles tendons of people with type 1 diabetes. This could be a great opportunity for you to both help out with this scientific coup and start enjoying the many benefits of getting active with the HypoActive Run Club.