London 2012: Torchbearer's million steps challenge

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A man chosen to carry the Olympic torch on the Isle of Man is taking on a challenge to raise thousands of pounds for a local charity.

Roger Davies, 38, from Braddan, Isle of Man, aims to climb one million steps in a single year to raise £10,000 for Manx Cancer Help.

It will require an average of 2,740 steps every day.

Island celebrities will be joining him for parts of his challenge including former World Superbike champion James Toseland, Britain's number one snowboarder Zoe Gillings and three times world enduro champion David Knight.

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