Duncan Lenton

Challenge Champion

Athlete Dunc and his 2nd Sunny Coast Marathon

The only reason I'm running another marathon is to raise money. To complete a marathon is bloody painful at any age let alone 50yrs. Every CENT you can spare reduces my pain and together we can really make a difference to those that are truely suffering. 

Every day, 49 Aussie men are diagnosed with prostate cancer. That’s why I’ve decided to become an agent of change by joining the PCFA-Team.

I’ll be taking on another marathon, I said never again last time, and raising funds to support men and their families impacted by a prostate cancer diagnosis. From game-changing research to specialised mental and physical care, there is so much more we can, and must, do to save the lives of the men we love. 

Please support the team that can save lives by making a tax-deductible donation to my campaign in support of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia.

My Achievements

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Starting Line
Logged first fitness session

Warming Up
50% to your fitness goal

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All Star
Raised $1,000

My Updates

Straight from the CEO

Thursday 26th May
Hi Duncan,

Thanks so much for your support mate.

More here on prostate cancer in Australia for you:

There are a range of factors that contribute to differential incidence rates between countries.

These include demographic factors and health system differences. Because the primary risk factor for prostate cancer is age, sometimes this can influence the numbers of men diagnosed expressed as a per capita rate. At the health system level, rates of PSA testing can influence diagnoses, whereby higher rates of PSA testing can result in more men being diagnosed with prostate cancer. 

The majority of these (about 85% in Australia) will be Stage 1 or 2 prostate cancers, which have higher survival rates compared to more advanced (Stage 3 or 4) prostate cancers.

Each year in Australia, 19,866 women are diagnosed with breast cancer, compared to 18,110 men diagnosed with prostate cancer. 3,102 women will die of breast cancer and 3,323 men will die from prostate cancer.

Around twice the funding goes to breast cancer research, which is why PCFA is calling for a doubling of prostate cancer research in this country. We have also just announced the establishment of a Prostate Cancer Future Fund to achieve this aim. 

About 18% of PCFA income goes to essential overhead costs, which is the lowest ratio we are aware of in the charity sector. We punch above our weight, funding 100 prostate cancer specialist nurses nationally, running a nationwide telenursing service, and distributing more than 50,000 info books every year.

We have fewer than 30 staff, with reach in all states, and I definitely don’t earn squillions. I rent a unit in an old social housing building, have never owned a car, and eat home-brand baked beans for lunch every day. I donate every spare dollar I get to PCFA or other worthy charities. 

And the people I admire most in the world are people like you.

You have my respect.

Yell out if you need anything else. 


Anne Savage
Chief Executive Officer

JUST INCREDIBLE!! $1000 in 3 days Thank you.

Wednesday 11th May
Thank you so must for those that have already donated it's extremely humbling. The Donations have been massive amounts and so appreciated. 

With the help from all those that have visited the page I'd love to get to $10K. There is no such thing as a small donation and literally every Cent matters. 

Have 1 less coffee this week and donate instead. It's tax deductible to. :-) 

Thank you to my Sponsors


C.I.A Customers

Donated from the CIA shop customers. Thanks so much


Coastal Auto Doors & Gates

Kindly donated by Eric Kerr in memory of Peter Kerr.


Wayne Clarke

Well done Duncan huge effort and for a great cause. Cheers, The hand model




Kerran Daly

Run Forest!!!


Em And Jonny

Good on you Dunc....don't pull a muscle now


Trent Stevens

Good on you Dunc. Maybe time to get back to practicing that golf swing after this eh 🙂




Select Electrical Services (Lincolnshire) Ltd

Your fitter now at 50 than you used to be in your 20s 😄 great cause mate, take care Karl Tutty


Phil McGinlay

Oh, I'd love to have a beer with Duncan. I'd love to have a beer with Dunc. He drinks in moderation. He never ever ever gets rolling drunk... Well sometimes.


Grahame Ritchie

You're a legend!


Neil Quirke

I’ll be cheering you on from the Bluff Bar 🤣


Ben And Clara Lenton


Shona Smith

Awesome ❤️


Angie And Dave Eastick

Great job Dunc xx


Peter Hinz Electrical

There once was a guy called Duncan When younger at school he was flunkin' But as he grew older His ambition grew bolder And the memory of those days are now sunken.