Watch: 2019 Mother’s Day Classic

See how the festivities unfolded at this year’s Mother’s Day Classic.

OneLife  staff writer

OneLife staff writer

Staff writer

This month saw the Mother’s Day Classic – the annual fun-run and walk that raises money for breast cancer awareness – held in Melbourne.

AIA Vitality ambassadors Laura Henshaw and Shane Crawford were present and accounted for, hitting the pavement alongside Damien Mu – CEO of AIA Australia and New Zealand – and nearly 100,000 other eager runners. Since its inception in 1998, the Mother’s Day Classic has raised a staggering 36 million dollars to aid breast cancer research.

Check out how it all went down, and don’t forget to save the date for next year. It’s never too early to start planning when it comes to mums.

OneLife  staff writer

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