A Royal Marine attempting to run 630 miles of the South West Coastal footpath in just 10 days has had to abandon his challenge.
Barry Gray had aimed to cover almost two and a half marathons a day while climbing more than three times the height of Snowdon.
But three days into his epic challenge the Marine, who was part of a team that recreated Shackleton's epic 800 mile sea and mountain crossing from Elephant Island to South Georgia, has had to pull out due to injury.
Writing on his Facebook page he said:
He had hoped to raise £10,000 for service charities, including one called The Baton.