Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Pink Budgie Smugglers to Be Worn with Purpose

Newspaper article Sunshine Coast Daily (Maroochydore, Australia)

Pink Budgie Smugglers to Be Worn with Purpose

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MARC Cornell will be on the starting line for his sixth Mooloolaba Triathlon tomorrow, but this will be like no other he has raced.

This time, he will don pink budgie smugglers to raise breast cancer awareness and support a fellow triathlete, Ruth D'Hennin.

"While I know this race will hurt, it just seemed like the logical thing to do," he said.

"Ruth is such a strong competitor, having finished Ironman Cairns last year, and I couldn't let the opportunity go past to help a mate, raise awareness for breast cancer and a local Sunshine Coast charity, the Cindy Mackenzie Breast Cancer Foundation."

The latter provides financial relief and practical support to Sunshine Coast breast cancer sufferers and their families. The foundation provides relief in many ways, including meals, assistance in the home, ironing, gardening, a massage after surgery, a weekend away for the family, assisting with after-school activities and arranging counselling and family support.

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