Watch GB's 4x100m women's team take part in challenge to help raise money for the NHS

Team GB's 4x100m squad raise funds for NHS (PA Images)
Team GB's 4x100m squad raise funds for NHS (PA Images)
14:42pm, Sat 04 Apr 2020
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Team GB's 4x100m women's squad have taken on a social media challenge to help raise money for the NHS. 

Daryll Neita, Jodie Alicia, Dina Asher-Smith, Imani-Lara Lansiquot, Asha Philip, Ashleigh Nelson, Desirèe Henry and Bianca Williams all took part in the #don'trushchallenge. 

It involves the female stars swapping their casual clothes for athletic gear while showing off their medals - then passing on the baton to other teams. 

They have nominated the England women's football team, the Roses netball squad and the men's 4x100m squad.

The challenge is to help raise money for the NHS workers on the front line battling against the coronavirus pandemic, and so far the women have raised over £6000. 

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