Challenge Cairns Preview for One HD Broadcast on June 25

Challenge Cairns will be broadcast on OneHD on Saturday June 25 at 1pm. Set your PVRs, Alerts and iphone calendars so that you don’t miss this great event. Here is a grab of what will be shown.
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Challenge Cairns will be broadcast on OneHD on Saturday June 25 at 1pm. Set your PVRs, Alerts and iphone calendars so that you don’t miss this great event.

 

 

 

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