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Feeling so passionately about physical exercise

Tue 8 Sep 2020
Tim Demos has severe haemophilia A and has been working full time as a paramedic for the past 5 years.... read more

Staying motivated with exercise

Mon 10 Aug 2020
Andrew Selvaggi shares what he has learned about staying motivated with exercise, with his inspiring story about turning his life around and his ti...... read more

Pat's story

Tue 30 Jun 2020
Successful management of haemophilia is key to playing competition sport, but for Pat it wasn’t always that easy. ... read more

Playing competition wheelchair football

Fri 4 Oct 2019

Joe Chivers tells his story of playing elite competition wheelchair football with VWD.

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Triathlons to Ironman

Mon 13 May 2019

Pat Kitschke, a 21-year-old with mild haemophilia from South Australia, has set himself the challenge of competing in the Cairns 70.3 Ironman th...... read more

Rock climbing challenge

Mon 15 Apr 2019

Australian brothers Andrew and Scott are taking on the Yosemite climb in California

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Pat's Go For It Grant Story

Tue 11 Jul 2017


The Haemophilia Foundation Australia’s Go for it Grants program assists people living with bleeding disorders take the first s...... read more

Jayden's golf story

Wed 21 Sep 2016

Jayden is the recipient of a Go For It Grant to assist him with his study at West Virginia University Institute of Technology. He was awarde...... read more

Growing up without haemophilia

Wed 20 Jan 2016

Nathan’s Story: Due to a late diagnosis of haemophilia my upbringing was heavily influenced by my sporting lifestyle. Coming fro...... read more

My many sports

Fri 7 Sep 2012

Hi, I’m Jack and I have moderate haemophilia type A. I have had to give up many of th...... read more

Loving footy with a passion

Fri 22 Jun 2012

Meet Chris Gordon – a 22 year old guy who loves footy with a passion. Chris has been lucky enough to balance his dreams of playing footbal...... read more


Latest three stories

Feeling so passionately about physical exercise

Tue 8 Sep 2020
Tim Demos has severe haemophilia A and has been working full time as a paramedic for the past 5 years.... read more

Staying motivated with exercise

Mon 10 Aug 2020
Andrew Selvaggi shares what he has learned about staying motivated with exercise, with his inspiring story about turning his life around and his tips for managing under COVID-19 restrictions.... read more

My brothers have haemophilia

Thu 16 Jul 2020
I’m Angelina, I’m 16 years old and currently in Year 11… And I have two brothers with severe haemophilia... read more

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