Those championing the campaign are: Sky Sports News presenter, Kirsty Gallacher; World Champion boxer, Amir Khan; Olympic gymnast, Louis Smith MBE; Wasps and England rugby player, James Haskell; Olympic speed skater, Elise Christie; Paralympics table tennis player, Will Bayley; boxer, Natasha Jonas; Dan Whiston from TV’s Dancing on Ice; Team GB Olympic Judo athlete, Ashley McKenzie; and Channel 4 racing presenter, Emma Spencer.
Other Wasps players including Will Taylor, Tom Palmer, Ben Jacobs, Guy Thompson, Jake Cooper-Woolley, Chris Bell, Tom Varndell, Ashley Johnson, Tom Lindsay, Andy Goode, Tommy Bell, Jack Moates, Nathan Hughes and Josh Bassett also got behind the campaign in a fun filled photo shoot, to help generate awareness for the charity.
The relationship between Wasps and Sport Relief will peak at Twickenham Stadium on 19 April for The Stinger. £1 from every ticket sold will go to the charity. The Stinger promises to be much more than just a game of rugby with a packed day of entertainment planned. With tickets starting from £10 be sure to secure yours now by visiting www.ticketmaster.co.uk or for full details on the event visit www.wasps.co.uk.
For those wanting to ‘sport’ a new look in the kitchen, British pottery maker, Emma Bridgewater, has created two limited edition aprons for Sport Relief. One of the designs will be presented each night to the winner of ‘The Great Sport Relief Bake Off’ and both designs are available to buy exclusively from Sport Relief official partners – brands-for-less homeware retailer, HomeSense, and TK Maxx stores, TKmaxx.com and sportrelief.com.