While she may not be able to travel around to compete in running events, Kellie Reeves is still finding ways to run, while also raising money for charity.
Last weekend Ms Kellie, alongside 10 others from the Vixens and Kits running group, took part in a half marathon which raised money for the Cancer Council.
It's one of numerous virtual runs she has signed up for, including one for Beyond Blue and another to raise awareness of Indigenous health.
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"The races we normally do are cancelled so we've been doing a lot of virtual races and you can normally find one that's got a charity attached to it. You normally pay an entry fee and this way it's going to a charity instead," Ms Reeves said.
The Do It for Cancer run is normally held in Sydney, but because it was open to anyone, anywhere, Ms Reeves signed up.
Her group ran the 21 kilometres through the Beni State Forrest.
Ms Reeves is used to long distances. Her longest run was 100 kilometres and she's planning on doing the full marathon in the virtual Dubbo Stampede.
The keen runner said she enjoyed the exercise because it was a social activity, and most of the time it was free. She was able to make friends in a new town by joining Vixens and Kits six years ago when she moved to Dubbo.