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    • Photo: Wesley Ching
      It is the last training session before the Sydney Morning Herald half marathon. All the Can Too Runners gather for their final rehearsal of the race.
    • Photo: FionTse
      Hundreds of Can Too runners walk toward the starting line of race for their final practice.
    • Photo: Wesley Ching
      Hundred of runners prepare for the Sydney Morning Herald half marathon
    • Photo: Vivian Chan
      Can Too runners race through the Bradfield Highway to raise funding for cancer research
    • Photo : Wesley Ching
      Can Too runners race the half marathon with joy and happiness. Shouting ‘We can too, go can too.’
    • Photo: FionTse
      Amanda Redford, one of the team captain of the Can Too runners heads towards the finish line.
    • Photo: FionTse
      Hyper Can Too members cheers for their fellow runners towards the finish line.
    • Photo: FionTse
      Two Can Too runners hold their hand together for the final 100m of the face. It is the sense of camaraderie between Can Too runners.
    • Photo: FionTse
      An underage Can Too runners, it is never too early to experience the vibe of marathon!
    • Photo: Wesley Ching
      Annie Crawford, the founder of Can Too share the good news of all Can Too runners finish the race and begin the celebration.