Rob Gronkowski, Camille Kostek compete in live ice bath challenge to raise $20K for charity

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Former NFL tight end and four-time Super Bowl champ Rob Gronkowski and his girlfriend, Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model Camille Kostek, took a frigid plunge for a good cause on Friday.The pair joined "Good Morning America" in Times Square on a brisk, rainy fall morning to raise $20,000 for the charity of their choice by submerging themselves in a 44-degree ice bath. "I'm as ready as I can be this early for an ice bath," Kostek said before taking a dip."I'm here for the The Peter Frates Family ALS Foundation. I am not giving up. I'm in here all four minutes baby," she said while sitting in the icy water. "This is for a great foundation that I'm here to represent. I'm going all the way." The foundation, chosen by Kostek, is famous for the Ice Bucket Challenge, which has raised awareness for the debilitating nervous system disease. The nonprofit raises funds to assist progressed ALS patients with the massive financial burden of home health care. Gronkowski, meanwhile, was raising money for his own charity."I am raising awareness for the Gronk Nation Youth Foundation, which my family started about six or seven years ago. We love raising money for kids so they have the opportunity to succeed like I did growing up," Gronkowski said while partially submerged in the ice bath.IMPORTANT!
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