A 24-hour relay? Hey, you can walk, and it's for a great cause...
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This might be Australia's most epic charity relay: teams of 10-15 must have one person on the Relay for Life's Centennial Park track for a full 24 hours. That means, of course, the larger your team, the more sleep you can get. There will also be live music, food stalls and games to keep people entertained, and money raised from the day-long relay go to the Cancer Council. Registration is $15 for those who get in by May 5 and $20 thereafter.