Sky Sports presenter Jeff Stelling has completed the second leg of his epic journey from Exeter to Newcastle.
The Hartlepool United fan is aiming to complete 15 marathons in 15 days in aid of Prostate Cancer UK.
Today, he set off from Weston-super-Mare AFC for Bristol Rovers, via Bristol City.
He was joined by former Liverpool and Bristol Rovers defender Nick Tanner. His father, Dennis, lost his battle with prostate cancer in 2013.
The March for Men challenge is aming to raise £500,000 for the charity. It is being supported by names from the sporting world as well as those who have survived or are battling prostate cancer.
The TV presenter and those marching with him were greeted by an army of supporters as they crossed the finishing line of the second leg just after 6.45pm.
Sky Sports pundits and ex-players Jamie Carragher and Matt Le Tissier and legends including Gordon Banks will join him at various points.
For more visit, http://marchformen.org/jeffsmarch.