For taking part in a relay race for the past 15 years in memory of his daughter Samantha, this week’s We Can Do It T-shirt winner is Phillip Jones.
Phillip, 57, has been taking part in the Relay for Life event since it first started in 1997.
Over the years he has raised around £30,000 for Cancer Research UK.
Phillip, of Maxwell Road, Southsea, explained why he takes part each year.
He said: ‘My daughter Samantha passed away when she was 23, she had a tumour in the pelvis.
‘The Relay for Life event started in America, and when it came over here I decided I wanted to take part.
‘I like taking part in the relay – it’s something I plan to do until I can’t walk any more!’
The relay takes place each year at the Mountbatten Centre and sees teams of people walk around a circuit for 24 hours.
Phillip’s team is called Sammy’s Sealers – a title bringing together his daughter’s name and the company he works for.
A second team made up of friends of Samantha, called Sammy’s Friends, now also takes part in her memory.
David Bannister, Phillip’s brother-in-law, put him forward for a T-shirt.
David, 66, said: ‘Phillip has been taking part in the Relay for Life since it’s started.
‘In fact he’s the only one left from the beginning, and I think that’s commendable.
‘He’s done really well and it’s a great thing he does.’