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Sting and Trudie Styler have given their support to a fantastic charity challenge that will see five people cycle from London to Melbourne to expose the reality of child trafficking.

Aaron Turner, Daniel Seehusen, John Clark, Tim Holman and Nick Kane are currently en route on their 26,000km journey to benefit World Vision Australia’s Child Rescue.

“We are proud to be able to support the amazing Ride2Rescue London to Melbourne cycle trip,” said Sting and Trudie. "We have known Daniel Seehusen for almost a year now and for him to be part of such an ambitious adventure comes as no surprise, because he has such tremendous drive, energy, self-assurance and a genuinely big heart.

“Child trafficking is a global problem and one of humanity’s most terrible crimes, and one which should be exposed and tackled as a matter of urgency. We applaud these five guys for their commitment to this cause, and wish them all the luck in the world.”

To find out more about the challenge and make a donation, click here.

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