Star struck at treadmill challenge
A host of media personalities and AFL footballers will take part in Friday’s 24 Hour Treadmill Challenge, which aims to raise more than $500,000 for children in 24 hour care at Very Special Kids Hospice.
As a media partner of the event, Channel Seven personalities will be taking on the challenge. The Victorian contestants from the current series of House Rules, Bronik and Corrine, will kick things off at 9.00am on Friday morning. AFL Game Day panelist and St Kilda footballer Leigh Montagna appears at 4.00pm on Friday, while Seven’s AFL presenter Sam Lane will help bring the event to a close from at 8.00 to 9.00am on Saturday morning.
Former Hey Hey It’s Saturday and Dancing With The Stars host Daryl Somers will hit the treadmill at 10.00am on Friday morning, just after City of Stonnington Mayor Cr Melina Sehr and State Member for Malvern Michael O’Brien MP.
AFL footballers take over on Friday afternoon, with Western Bulldogs players, Lynden Dunn (Melbourne) at 3pm, Grant Birchall (Hawthorn) at 6pm and Alex Johnson (Sydney Swans) at 9.30pm.
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