Event date: 2nd and 3rd December 2017
Great news! HypoActive's tireless team have fixed a date and venue for this year's exciting installment of AcT1vate. On the first weekend of December, experts and novices, athletes and would-be-exercisers, all with the mission of tackling activity with type 1 diabetes will be meeting at the Mount Helen campus of Federation University (just 10 km from the centre of Ballarat).
AcT1vate is a unique event, all about enhancing knowledge and experience of exercise and type 1 diabetes. There will be people giving talks and sharing specialist knowledge, but there will also be highly interactive sessions where you can ask questions and share your experiences. There will also be plenty of opportunities for you to get active.
Please note that all references to HypoActive refer to the HypoActive Association, and from late 2016, HypoActive Incorporated.
The following information is for potential HypoActive Murray to Moyne (M2M) participants. It covers what you can expect from the event, your responsibilities, and HypoActive's expectations of all participants. If you have any suggestions for inclusions or ideas on how we can improve this document, then please let us know - email@example.com
HypoActive Murray to Moyne is an annual cycle relay held in April which covers 520 km, from Echuca to Port Fairy over a 24 hour period. The team of cyclists consists of type 1 diabetics and is supported by a support crew who also have type 1 diabetes.
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