Australia Shane Warne and Dave Hughes at the Run The Tan fundraiser in Melbourne
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Shane Warne launched the Run The Tan charity fundraiser inthis week.
And on Saturday, the retired cricketer was proudly cheering on the participants taking part in the fun run in the city's iconic Royal Botanical Garden - where the event's name 'The Tan' derives from.
The 51-year-old proudly applauded the runners striding past him on the 3.827km long track surrounding the park.
He dressed very casually for the event with a black hoodie, white T-shirt and track pants.
Unfortunately, the cricket commentator was not equipped for the run wearing only a pair of slip on casual shoes, rather than running trainers.
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He was seen talking to fans and even taking selfies with them.
The cricket legend was on hand to present Advance Hair Studio's $7,000 cheque to Australian long-distance champion Stewart McSweyn if he was able break 4-time Olympian Craig Mottram’s existing 2006 record of 10 Minutes and eight seconds.
But after finishing one second too late, Warne dipped into his own pocket to still award Craig the prize money out of his own pocket.
It's understood the money will still be on offer in a few months when he tries again.
Meanwhile, One famous face who was ready to be put through his paces was comedian Dave 'Hughesy' Hughes.
The 50-year-old, who has recently undergone a health and fitness overhaul, appeared ready for the run in his outfit.
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He dressed for the run in a black shirt with his name card pinned on, as well as matching shorts and runners.
The stand up comedian and radio host also had on a smart watch that tracked his stats on his run.
After finishing on the track, Hughesy was seen at the finish line checking his watch for his time and health stats.
Also taking to the running track was former Australian Idol star Rob 'Millsy' Mills.
The 38-year-old also took a leaf out of Hughesy and Shane's book with an all-black outfit.
He wore long compression tights underneath shorts, a fitted shirt, trainers and a cap worn backwards.
An event observer stretched their hand to give him a high five and the former Neighbours actor obligingly reached out.
Also at the event was controversial Married At First Sight star Sam Carraro.
The 32-year-old, who juggles his day job as a construction worker with his fashion brand, attended the event as an observer to cheer on the participants.
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He opted for a relaxed look in a white shirt with a sweatshirt tied over his shoulders, teamed with ripped jeans.
The reality TV star, who accessorised his look with a yellow cap and sneakers, was accompanied to the event by his pet Bulldog Willow.
Run the Tan is hoping to raise $100,000 to help support mental health charities in Australia including Black Dog Institute, Beyond Blue, Lifeline and R U OK?
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Shane Warne carries Samboy chips and paper towel while leaving IGA .
Shane Warne is one of the nation's most prolific cricket stars.But the 51-yar-old spin king proved he was just like everyone else when he visited his local IGA in Melbourne on Saturday. Shane opted to go barefoot as he quickly ducked into the supermarket to pick up some supplies. The cricketer was seen carrying a box of essentials, including Samboy potato chips and a large roll of paper towel. For the quick pit stop Shane wore a fitted polo shirt along with a pair of black with red striped Adidas trackpants.He finished his father-on-the-run ensemble with a white snapback cap.