Send us your best Sport Relief clips

Leeds Tigers dribble a mile for Sports Relief at David Young Academy, Leeds.
Leeds Tigers dribble a mile for Sports Relief at David Young Academy, Leeds.
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As the nation prepares to get active for Sport Relief next week, we want to see what you’re doing to raise cash for the cause.

Thousands are expected to join in the fun on one of the UK’s biggest fundraising events of the year, from Friday March 21 to Sunday March 23.

And we want to see videos of your Sport Relief action - whether it’s at school, in the workplace, with friends or neighbours, or on one of the many organised activities over that weekend.

This year is the first ever Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Games, taking place at venues all over the country, for people to run, swim or cycle their way to raising cash.

The Leeds Tigers basketball squad has already entered into the spirit of the event, to encourage fundraisers to get set for the games.

They will be dribbling a mile on court before their clash against Rotherham Hawks on March 15, to help inspire the people of Leeds to don their sports kits and join the fun.

Other local events include The Stockeld Park Mile, for people to run, jog, hop or bounce their way around from 9.30am on the Sunday. For those who prefer to swim, Aireborough Leisure Centre in Guiseley and the John Charles Centre in Leeds will be open on all three days for 1.5km, 2.5km or 5km swims.

Even One Direction fans will have a chance to contribute by buying a £1 Sport Relief raffle ticket from Specsavers in Otley or Ilkley to be in with a chance of winning a T-shirt signed by all the members of the band.

So whether it’s bit wild and wacky or a more serious sporting challenge, we’d love to see your video clips of events held for Sport Relief - so we can showcase Leeds’ contribution to a great cause.

Clips marked “Sport Relief Video” can be sent it to

The best will appear here at

All money raised for Sport Relief helps people living tough lives, both in the UK and across the world’s poorest countries.

To find out local events visit:

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