Freddie Flintoff broke 14 Guinness World Records in 12 hours. How about you? The BT Sport Relief Challenges were awe-inspiring as David Walliams took the plunge, swimming 140 miles in eight days for Walliams vs The Thames. Sport Relief challenges Sport Relief: The Heat is On A team of celebrities including Frankie Bridge, Karim Zeroual, Krishnan Guru-Murthy, Louise Minchin, … Gold-medal winning Paralympian Stephen Miller completes his Sport Relief challenge. There's still time to donate and you can relive all the action on BBC iPlayer. All the money raised goes to people living incredibly tough lives here in the UK and around the world.Thanks to the money raised by wonderful people like you, we fund hundreds of organisations which support the most vulnerable people in society. BBC Three follows legendary comedian Eddie Izzard during one of the most incredible challenges in Sport Relief's history - 43 marathons in only 51 days.BBC Radio 5 live's Eleanor Oldroyd took the plunge, faced her fears and hurtled down a 1270m-long bobsleigh course with the help of the GB team - in the name of Sport Relief.Shelagh Fogarty rose to her challenge in the freezing winter depths of The Serpentine lake in London.

Latest - Blue Peter presenter Helen Skelton has finished her challenge and completed a solo kayak down the 2,010 miles of the Amazon. Pound the pavements, raise funds and help end poverty all at the same time - become a Whatever your gaming style, you can fundraise to help create a better future for people living incredibly tough lives, in the UK and around the world. Adrian Chiles and Ray Winstone have done it. Registered address: 1st Floor, 89 Albert Embankment, London, SE1 7TP.Comic Relief’s Statement on Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking Comic Relief is the trading name of Charity Projects, a registered charity in England and Wales (326568) and Scotland (SC039730), which is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (01806414). BBC Radio Scotland's Fred MacAulay and TV presenter Dougie Vipond complete their Sport Relief challenge - a gruelling three-day kayak trip along the Caledonian Canal. Radio 1 DJ Scott Mills undergoes extreme Mile challenges for Sport Relief. You did it. BBC Three follows legendary comedian Eddie Izzard during one of the most incredible challenges in Sport Relief's history - 43 marathons in only 51 days. Red Dwarf star Danny John Jules and friend Graham Hoskins complete their mammoth adventure. Comic Relief is the trading name of Charity Projects, a registered charity in England and Wales (326568) and Scotland (SC039730), which is a company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (01806414).

But that didn't going to stop 5 live and Radio Ulster presenter Stephen Nolan from by doing the full 6 Mile challenge on March 21 in Belfast. Just get your mates together and take on a Game Raising challenge. Christine Bleakley completes her challenge to water ski across the English Channel. Alex will be taking on another monumental challenge this Sport Relief – but this time, she won’t be alone. BBC Three follows legendary comedian Eddie Izzard during one of the most incredible challenges in Sport Relief's history - 43 marathons in only 51 days. Donate to see your mate's face above their 'Shirt of Hurt'. John Bishop’s Week of Hell saw the brave comedian cycle, row and run from Paris to London in just five days. Sport Relief is back, and this year, It’s Game On. It’s time to lace up your boots, pump up your tyres, and get a sweat going... Because with Sport Relief, you can smash poverty with a … Lawrence Dallaglio completes his marathon challenge for Sport Relief. BBC's Kate Silverton and fundraiser Phil Packer complete their Three Peaks Challenge for Sport Relief. These are the people who will be hit hardest by coronavirus.We're working to help the organisations we fund do whatever they can to respond to the coronavirus crisis.We’re offering emergency funding and more flexibility to help organisations reshape their services so they can still be there for the people they help, including; those affected by mental health problems, domestic abuse, children living in poverty and people without a safe place to be, amongst many others.New funding has already been given to FareShare to help them get more meals to vulnerable people across the UK, so people in our communities do not go hungry.We’re all facing uncertainty and difficult days ahead, but one thing that hasn’t wavered is the astonishing generosity of our brilliant supporters.It’s a real ray of light and we really, truly can’t thank you enough.Are you lacing up your trainers and getting your kit on?

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