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Good luck David on achieving a life goal and changing lives along the way!

Updated: Oct 6, 2020

This coming weekend as most of us will be enjoying a Sunday morning sleep in, perhaps smashed avo at brunch or cheering our kids on at junior footy, David Bilston will be taking part in one of the biggest triathlon’s in the world; Challenge Roth, in Germany.

This gruelling ironman distance triathlon which is taking place on 7th July, consists of an exhausting 3.8 km swim, a thigh burning 180 km bike ride followed by a 42.2 km marathon. All of which needs to be completed in under fifteen hours.

Fulfilling a life long dream and doing his first ever iron man distance triathlon, David will be travelling to Germany as part of team ‘Maxing Out’. Team 'Maxing Out' was established by former professional rugby player Mat Rogers and his wife Chloe to help raise awareness for the charity they founded when their son Max was diagnosed with Autism... 4ASD Kids.

4ASD Kids provides direct funding to programs and specialised treatment, sponsoring kids affected by Autism Spectrum Disorders. These programmes are often too expensive for families to afford and many children go without the help they so desperately need. 4ASD raises money to help families to access critical early intervention treatment, giving kids with ASD the best chance to reach their full potential.

To date 4ASD Kids has raised in excess of $1.6 million and has sponsored 12 kids.

Anywise Consulting is proud to have helped David realise a life goal by providing sponsorship to compete in this epic event and donating to this incredible cause.

We wish you all the best David and applaud you for challenging yourself and raising awareness for this inspirational charity. It is people like David that make our world a little brighter, ordinary people doing extraordinary things.

Stay tuned for post event wrap up.

To donate to 4ASD and get David over the finishing line please click on the following link:


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