Freddy and Zoe lead fundraising drive

Portadowns Fitness Freddy aka Freddy Kinnersley and fellow Portadown local, Zoe Robinson, from the QUB Elite Dance Team, are calling for the public to Walk, Run, Cycle or Swim themselves proud in the 2016 Belfast Sainsburys Sport Relief Games on Sunday 20 March.
Portadowns Fitness Freddy aka Freddy Kinnersley and fellow Portadown local, Zoe Robinson, from the QUB Elite Dance Team, are calling for the public to Walk, Run, Cycle or Swim themselves proud in the 2016 Belfast Sainsburys Sport Relief Games on Sunday 20 March.

‘Fitness Freddy’ aka Freddy Kindersley and fellow Portadown local Zoe Robinson, a QUB Elite Dance Team member, are getting behind the 2016 Belfast Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Games and are calling for people to sign up to walk, run, swim or cycle themselves proud.

No sporting talent? No problem! It’s all about getting active for a good cause and everyone’s welcome to join in Northern Ireland’s official Flagship Sport Relief Games on Sunday, March 20.

Whether you’re eight or eighty; a committed athlete or usually more of a couch potato, you can choose your own pace to raise cash and change lives.

Belfast is one of just six cities across the UK chosen to host a 2016 Sainsbury’s Sport Relief Flagship Games and the main Event Village will be at Custom House Square, with activities and festival vibe from 9am through to 1pm. That’s the starting point for the Belfast Mile which loops around the city centre … tackle just one mile at a walk, jog or run … or go for three or six miles: the choice is up to you!

Queen’s Sport PEC will be the venue for the Swim challenge, with the option to Swim alone or as part of a team over 1.5k, 2.5k or 5k. It’s also the starting point for the Family Cycle which finishes at the Event Village.

On the day, ‘Fitness Freddy’ will host fun warm ups, and Zoe and her QUB Elite Dance Team mates will be further adding to the atmosphere of the Belfast Sport Relief Games, as part of the live entertainment programme, hosted by Pete Snodden.

Calling on people to get up and get into the spirit of Sport Relief on Sunday, Freddy said, “This is fun fundraising and, whatever your level of fitness or ability, there’s an opportunity to have a go, have a laugh and, most important of all, raise money that will help to transform people’s lives.”

Zoe added, “It’s all for a good cause after all. Half of all the money raised by the public for Sport Relief is used to make a difference here at home. The other half is used to transform lives across the world’s poorest communities. What’s not to love? Get together with friends and family and make this a day to remember!”

To sign up for a Belfast Games event and walk, run, swim or cycle yourself proud, visit www.sportrelief.com/belfast where you’ll find tips and inspiration for fundraising. Registration for either the Belfast Mile or Family Cycle costs: Adults £11, Child £5 and Family £27 (2 adults & 2 children). Registration for the Swim costs £12 for Adults, Concessions £9.