Making her proud! Jason Dundas kisses mum Diane before pair take part in the Mother's Day Classic charity run

Making her proud! Jason Dundas kisses mum Diane before pair take part in the Mother's Day Classic charity run

The annual Mother's Day Classic took place with 104 events around the country on Sunday.
And among the estimated 120,000 competitors taking part in the fun run, David Jones ambassador Jason Dundas got ready to race in the Sydney event.
Before taking his place at the starting line, the 32-year-old stood proud alongside his mother, Diane, who was also taking part in the event.
The hunky model made fans swoon when he placed a loving kiss on Diane's cheek.
For his run, the fitness enthusiast and sportswear designer donned his own Dundasfit range.
Wearing head-to-toe black, he told fans on Instagram account his long sleeve top and tights were from the the brand's new compression gear range, which he was 'testing out'.
He teamed the ensemble with lose shorts and a cap worn backwards.
Jason also sported a bright pink bib from the National Breast Cancer Foundation, which is the charity the run raises money for.
Looking ecstatic as he neared the finish line, the television personality threw his arms out in joy with his pointed fingers seeming to be a gesture of being happy with his performance in the race.
After the race, the David Jones ambassador told the Herald Sun his mum is his inspiration. 
'She everyday reminds me of how lucky I am and how anything I can dream, I can achieve,' he said.
'It is wonderful to have a day to celebrate the most wonderful people in our lives, but to also celebrate the incredible cause that is the National Breast Cancer Foundation,' Jason added. 
The fitness enthusiast also took on MC duties for the event at The Domain, which included four or eight kilometre runs plus four or seven kilometre walks.
Now in it's 17th year, the annual event has raised approximately AU$25 million for breast cancer research. 
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Mother's Day Run for Breast Cancer Research

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