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Community Recognition - Layne Storrier 36 half-ironmans in 36 consecutive days for Cystic Fibrosis

20th September 2023.

Layne Storrier 36 half-ironmans in 36 consecutive days for Cystic Fibrosis.

Menangle's Layne Storrier has embarked on a remarkable feat to undertake 36 half-ironmans in 36 consecutive days, aiming to raise funds and awareness for Cystic Fibrosis Australia. This challenge, dubbed Breaking Barriers for Cystic Fibrosis, began on September 1 and will take place in Brisbane. Layne, known as "Layneo Insaneo," has a deeply personal connection to CF through his friend Bradley Dryburgh and is committed to shattering misconceptions about this genetic disorder that affects over 3,600 Australians. Layne's challenge will encompass 68.4 kilometres of swimming, 3,240km of cycling, and 759.6km of running. The endeavor showcases Layne's extraordinary determination, with his mother Allana Storrier stating he is '100 per cent' a go-getter, putting '110 per cent effort' into his goals. Layne's goal is to raise $100,000, with donations going to life-changing research, improved clinical practice, and the ongoing search for a cure. I commend Layne's remarkable dedication and encourage our community to support this worthy cause by donating at the Cystic Fibrosis Australia website. Layne's efforts not only contribute to CF awareness but inspire us all to push our limits for a greater good.