Grace Tame shows off her toned six-pack abs while training for a marathon at Sydney Harbour Bridge, following the removal of her tattoos

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Grace Tame has been working on her fitness and living her best life. 

The 2021 Australian of the Year showed off her gains in an Instagram post on Tuesday. 

The 28-year-old an activist went for a run around Sydney Harbour Bridge, her rippling muscles on show. 

In her caption, Grace explained that she is training for a marathon with friend Mostafa Azimitabar. 

‘From Manus to marathon running. Few people have the mental fortitude and resilience that @mostafaazimitabar has’ she wrote. 

Grace Tame shows off her toned six-pack abs while training for a marathon at Sydney Harbour Bridge, following the removal of her tattoos

Grace Tame has been working on her fitness and living her best life. The 2021 Australian of the Year showed off her gains in an Instagram post on Tuesday. Pictured with Mostafa Azimitabar

‘This morning we ran 15km – the furthest distance he’s ever run. It was testing, but Moz ran every step with a smile.’

She ended with the quote: ‘Wherever there is a human being, there is an opportunity for kindness.’

Grace shared a glimpse of her tattoo removal process as she attended the Marie Claire International Women’s Day lunch in March. 

She revealed her faded ink as she posed at the star-studded event.

Grace had a long snake tattoo that wraps around her wrist which she appears to be getting removed.

The word ‘FLOSSY’ is also inked onto her collarbone, a slang word meaning ‘showy’, and ‘OH CAPTAIN MY CAPTAIN’ on her forearm, a nod to a poem by Walt Whitman. 

Grace shared a glimpse of her tattoo removal process as she attended the Marie Claire International Women's Day lunch in March

Grace shared a glimpse of her tattoo removal process as she attended the Marie Claire International Women’s Day lunch in March

Grace had a long snake tattoo that wraps around her wrist which she appears to be getting removed

Grace had a long snake tattoo that wraps around her wrist which she appears to be getting removed

Grace previously said her tattoos helped her overcome the trauma of being sexually abused by her high school maths teacher at age 15.

She also has the phrase ‘EAT MY FEAR’ inked onto her hand. 

Grace previously explained the meaning behind her hand tattoo while appearing on ABC’s Q&A show.

‘It’s about acknowledging fears and negativity that’s naturally out there in the world,’ she said.

‘But being prepared to swallow that and doing things anyway despite that and actually converting that negative energy into positivity that can fuel you throughout your life.’

‘That’s what predators weaponise – they weaponise our fear. That’s the foundation of their psychological manipulation, which is a huge element of prolonged sexual abuse.’

‘I say, no, let’s transfer it back into their hearts, where it belongs.’

Grace previously said her tattoos helped her overcome the trauma of being sexually abused by her high school maths teacher at age 15

Grace previously said her tattoos helped her overcome the trauma of being sexually abused by her high school maths teacher at age 15

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