Athletes pay tribute to runner who died in Round Norfolk Relay
Tributes have been paid by fellow athletes to a runner who died in an endurance event on the Norfolk coast last weekend.
Darryl Davis, 46, collapsed during the 197-mile (317 km) Round Norfolk Relay and on Saturday the weekly Eaton Park Run in Norwich was dedicated to him.
Runners from clubs around the county took part in the tribute to Mr Davis.
Richard Polley from the Norwich club where Mr Davis was a member said he was an accomplished runner.
"Darryl was a really great bloke, a solid member of the club and very unassuming.
"It was a great shock to us all when he died and now, seven days on, members of our club and several others have come together to dedicate the Park Run to Darryl's memory."
The Round Norfolk Relay, which has 17 stages, is dubbed the longest continuous multi-terrain running relay in the UK and its route runs from King's Lynn to Great Yarmouth.
Mr Davis died towards the end of his section at Cley-next-the-Sea.