David's marathon effort for heart fund

A year after his best friend’s shock death from a hidden heart condition, David Sullivan, of Filey, has raised £1,700 in a bid to help highlight and reduce the risk to other young people.
Former Filey School student Allyn McCluskie, who was just 24 when he died, had unknowingly suffered from severe coronary artery disease.
Mr Sullivan, a stylist at the Blue Ruby salon in Scarborough, had lived with Allyn and decided to run the London Marathon to help raise funds for the charity Cardiac Risk in the Young (CRY).
The former Army paratrooper completed the event in four hours and 14 minutes.
“It went really well,” he said. “It was quite emotional for me, but it was incredible.
“We were hoping to raise £1,700 and I’m in the process of collecting it.”
Mr Sullivan said he was delighted Filey School was now offering a screening programme for vulnerable pupils.