At this year’s Kiama Relay For Life local sports teams will vie against each other in the inaugural Relay Sports Team Challenge.
The teams will take part a series of challenges, including most push-ups in two minutes, fastest lap, most skipping reps, longest held plank, and longest held sumo squat.
The winning team will be rewarded with a trophy crowning them the Ultimate Sports Team in the Kiama Relay For Life.
Dan Bradley from Kiama Power has been the driving force in getting local teams involved.
He says he is most looking forward to “beating the Kiama Knights, and doing something fun to raise awareness and funds for Cancer Council”.
In addition to the new sports challenge, there will be rides for the kids, market and food stalls and two stages featuring local musicians.
In eight years, the Relay has raised over $700,000 to help local cancer patients and their carers.
Details: The Relay is on 3 November at Black Beach Reserve, 9am-9pm.
Sporting teams, and anyone wanting to be involved in this year’s event, can register now at: relayforlife.org.au/kiama