On Sunday 6th April twelve LJ Hooker Mosman staff members competed in the 20/twenty challenge – where teams of 4 compete in a ‘triathlon-like’ event along the harbour coastline with the goal of changing the lives of children with cerebral palsy.
The event kicks off with a 2km swim from Shelly Beach (Manly), followed by a 15km walk to Clontarf. Participants then embark on a 1.5km kayak from Clontarf to Chinamans Beach (Mosman) then run 5km along Balmoral Beach up to Georges Heights and back again. Finally, there’s a 1.5km kayak back to the finish line at Clontarf Beach.
This year’s event was fraught with heavy rain but it didn’t stop our teams from completing the course within exceptional times. Raising a total of $24,129 for this worthy cause we are extremely proud of our guys and girls and we hope to have an even bigger team compete next year!
The event has grown substantially over the last ten years and it is now a significant and well-known charity event. This year the entire event raised over $500,000 for kids with Cerebral Palsy. These funds will go towards purchasing much-needed mobility and communication equipment for children living with cerebral palsy.
LJ Hooker Mosman.