England rugby star James Haskell backs Brighton RNLI campaign

James Haskell at last year's event

James Haskell at last year's event

First published in News

AN ENGLAND rugby star will return to Brighton seafront as part of a safety campaign.

James Haskell, who has 51 caps, will help the Royal National Lifeboat Institution launch their beach safety campaign in Brighton.

The back-row forward is the poster boy of the charity’s Respect the Water campaign and will be at Brighton Marina on Thursday.

Last year, he joined other residents in a punchbag challenge to see how quickly swimmers tire against 250kg of water.

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