Biggest race of his life

In life, the best races aren’t about money or status, as AccorHotels’ vice president marketing and strategic relationships Asia-Pacific, Michael Parsons, knows only too well.

Parsons, along with seven other friends such as Accor’s Baptiste Leblan, Scott Gordon and Tony Chisholm, will compete in the Ironman 70.3 Phuket, Thailand this November 26, to raise awareness and much-needed funds for research on the Pallister-Killian Syndrome (PKS), which Parsons’ son, Jax Bay Parsons, suffers from.

Jax and Michael Parsons

PKS happens randomly and for no known reason. It is believed there are under 200 diagnosed cases of PKS in the world. However, with greater research and testing, more cases are being reported and awareness is now building. Discover more about PKS here: www.pks.org.au.

If you’re in Phuket on November 26, be sure to cheer our industry colleagues on. If you wish to support this cause, please click: https://www.mycause.com.au/page/159229/tri4jax (Support the Cause).

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