Beyond The Black Line: How Australian Swimmers Harnessed Sorrow To Help Others

Nicole Livingstone [courtesy of Swimming Australia]

Nicole Livingstone founded the Ovarian Cancer Australia Network with sister Karen after their mother, Elsie, and an aunt passed away beyond a battle with the condition 15 years ago – now, care has extended to research; and the swimmer who took down Livingstone’s Aussie 200m back record after 16 years, Meagan Nay, takes to the trail of helping others, too, for the Beyond The Black Line program Down Under

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Nicole Livingstone founded the Ovarian Cancer Australia Network with sister Karen after their mother, Elsie, and an aunt passed away beyond a battle with the condition 15 years ago – now, care has extended to research; and the swimmer who took down Livingstone’s Aussie 200m back record after 16 years, Meagan Nay, takes to the trail of helping others, too, for the Beyond The Black Line program Down Under

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