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Getting chilly for a cause

11 Jun 2013

Getting chilly for a cause Image

If you thought you were feeling the cold as winter hit hard, spare a thought for former Olympian Tamsin Lewis, who last month braved the freezing conditions of Chill On Ice lounge … while wearing a bikini!

Ms Lewis was in town to promote the Leukaemia Foundation’s Sunflower Club “Speedo Dash”, which will be held at Queensbridge Square on June 30.

She was joined by radio host Dan Anstey, but he, somewhat more suitably, donned the full ski suit.    

Ms Lewis said the discomfort she felt was nothing compared to that of people with leukaemia.

“Leukaemia touches so many people’s lives and personally I’ve known so many children who’ve had leukaemia, that I’m willing to freeze in the middle of winter to encourage people to support the Sunflower Club’s Speedo Dash,” Ms Lewis said.

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