Donations are flooding into the fundraising page of a 23-year-old man who died after collapsing during the Brighton Marathon.
Sam Harper Brighouse, from London, is believed to have suffered a cardiac arrest at about the 16-mile mark of the marathon on Sunday.
More than 1,000 people have now made donations to his justgiving.com page with the total more than £14,000 - far exceeding fundraising target of £500.
His site states that he had embarked on the challenge to raise money for the Arms Around The Child charity which supports Aids orphans.
He wrote: "I'm running, jogging, crawling the brighton marathon for Arms Around The Child (UK) (formerly KCA UK) because I am want to raise money for a good cause."
You can visit his page here.
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