IT’S BEEN a long road for these cyclists but an even greater one for kids with cancer. Though every ounce of sweat and every kilometre in their 970km journey has brought them closer to helping sick kids.
Former footy great Andrew Jarman and daughter Charlie, below, were among a pack of cyclists to ride from Adelaide to Melbourne to raise more than $100,000 for CanTeen.
The retired Crows champ-turned-media personality says he’s done plenty of preseasons where “they mentally try to break you”. “But this is the most challenging thing I’ve ever done – I can’t feel my legs,” he says. Despite the pain, Andrew says thinking of the sick kids that CanTeen supports pushed him to the finish line.
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