Jim and Tatsu chatting
Jimbo has been fortunate enough to have hosted a visit by Tatsuro ISHIZUKA who is about to commence his PhD at Keio University, Japan and under the guidance of Professor Yuji OHGI. Tatsu enjoyed wrestling Crocodiles – well watching them from the safety of a cruise boat – and swimming in rock pools – no crocs – at Litchfield National Park.
Here is a link to a short video – yes jim actually made one that is less than 5 mins…
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Natalie the marathoner finished the New York Marathon – yay.
Then went on a celebratory tour of the USA. Last week, she finally arrived back in Darwin and caught up with Jimbo. Here she is, talking to him about the run, and what may lie ahead….
Here are clips of their conversation – and would Jimbo be silly? nah, never…
Natalie the Marathoner – post run 1
Natalie the Marathoner – post run 2
Natalie the Marathoner – looking ahead
Anyway, it was a great job done by Natalie and all for a very good cause – The miracle Babies Foundation. Very inspiring and Jimbo is proud to have done his little bit to help.
Last week, Natalie the Marathoner ran and completed the New York Marathon. Well done!!! Natalie picked up her number a day or two beforehand. Ran the race. Then picked up her finisher’s medallion.
After the run, she said that marathoners are all mad (is she saying that she thinks she is mad???) and never wants to see another bridge again….
Since then Natalie and her family have been resting up in and around New York. They have now just headed to Las Vegas.
Again, congratulations Natalie. We will catch up when you return and can post a video where we chat about the trials and tribulations of it all.
Natalie the marathoner has been recognised as fundraiser of the month – link here – She has done a remarkable job of raising her target well ahead of schedule. But Natalie is not slowing down and is continuing to raise money for her great cause – The Miracle Babies Foundation. If you wish to donate, please do.
Here are the last two videos that we have done on her training in prep for the New York Marathon: 19 July and 27 July.
Natalie and Jim in the 19 July chat
Here is a video of Natalie and Jim having a chat about where she is at in her prep for the New York Marathon. Natalie is progressing well and well on track to be ready for the marathon. Remember she is doing it to raise money for the Miracle Babies Foundation, so if you wish to donate, go to the link in the last blog – thanks in advance.
A couple of months back, Jim was approached to use wearables to monitor a casual runner to prepare to run a marathon – the New York Marathon no less. Natalie Merida has made the commitment to run the NY Marathon in order to raise money for Miracle Babies. This is a not for profit organisation that supports families of premature babies. The link to a series of videos can be found here. It is a worthy cause and any donations would be greatly appreciated. If you wish to donate, please click on this link.
Nat and Jim talking about bits and pieces
The videos are found here too
Video 1 General intro by Dr Jim Lee and Nat; Video 2 Nat’s marathon progress update; Video 3 Sensor introduction by Dr Jim Lee; Video 4 Nat and using the sensor during training; Video 5 Dr Jim Lee talking about the transmitting of sensor data; Video 6 Nat and why she is running the NY mararthon for the Miracle Babies Foundation; Video 7 Embracing the marathon journey.