SKY SPORTS presenter Dave Clark has completed his March For A Cure after trekking 85 miles along the Dales Way in aid of Parkinson's UK.
Clark has completed the six-day walk alongside former Sky producer Martin Turner to raise funds and awareness for Parkinson's UK.
The achievement follows the 2016 Coast-To-Coast walk which Dave also completed, and has seen him joined by hundreds of people along the walk during the past week.
Dave's initial target of £10,000 to raise through JustGiving has been passed - and will also be doubled with a further £10,000 donation from the Matchroom Charitable Foundation.
For more information about Dave Clark's March For A Cure or to donate, please visit his JustGiving page.
For more information about Parkinson's UK, please visit the Parkinson's UK website or follow @ParkinsonsUK on Twitter.
Social Media Reaction
They've done it! Dave, Martin and Clare Addison have completed the walk
Dave's initial reaction to finishing the walk
Horse racing's Fergal O'Brien showed his support
Daily Mirror darts reporter Mike Walters hailed the achievement
Legend Clarky. Absolute legend. Let nobody be in any doubt that 85 miles in six days over hill and dale is hard graft - to do it while defying #Parkinsons is phenomenal— MIKE WALTERS (@MikeWaltersMGM) September 14, 2018
See more about Dave's March For A Cure through @DaveClarkTV on Twitter, and join the conversation using #MarchForACure.
Dave Clark's March For A Cure
Day One - Sunday September 9: Depart from The Old Bridge in Ilkley at 10am to Burnsall: 13m/21km
Day Two - Monday September 10: Walk to Hubberholme: 15m/24km
Day Three - Tuesday September 11: Walk to Dent Head (Cowgill): 17m/27km
Day Four: Wednesday September 12: Walk to Sedbergh: 9.5m/15km
Day Five: Thursday September 13: Walk to Burneside/Overnight Kendal: 15.5m/25km
Day Six: Friday September 14: Walk to Bowness-on-Windermere: 9.5m/15km