Stylerunner joins with Adidas to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation

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On August 10th Stylerunner, the world’s premium activewear e-tailer, will partner with global sportswear brand adidas to support the National Breast Cancer Foundation in the 2014 Sun Herald City2Surf.

In a tribute to the brands fearless cofounder and breast cancer survivor, Sali Stevanja, Stylerunner has recruited a team of notables, including celebrities, health and wellbeing captains of industry, media personalities and tastemakers, to run the 14km Eastern seaboard event.

Throughout the month of July, the team have engaged in a specialist training calendar of events led by industry professionals, including popular female resistance trainers the Base Body Babes, f45 circuit trainer Chris BarnesChris Feather and Dan Adair of famed 98 Riley Street Gym, celebrity PT’s Christian Miranda and Justin Savage and Australian professional boxer Lauren Eagle, ensuring the team are race-fit ready for Sunday.

Of the partnership, Stylerunner cofounder Sali Stevanja says, “We’re thrilled to partner with adidas for such an iconic event, especially in support of a cause which has such great personal significance to me. I’m sure the team will do us proud.”

Led by Stylerunner cofounders Julie and Sali Stevanja, the Stylerunner x adidas 2014 City2Surf team includes Nine Network journalist Airlie Walsh, model and actor Isabelle Cornish, Home & Away actors Kassandra Clementi and Philippa Northeast, media personality Laura Csortan, former Miss Universe Australia and Olympic gold medalist Leisel Jones, Australian style icon Pip Edwards, The Daily Edition’s host Sally Obermeder, The Bachelor’s Tim Robards and Anna Heinrich, the Today show’s Sylvia Jefferys, Nine Network sports journalist Tom Steinfort and media personality Zoe Marshall.

To celebrate funds raised, the A-list team will enjoy a specially designed food and beverage menu at a private event at Bondi’s iconic Iceberg’s Dining Room & Bar.