Emotional marathon in memory of brother

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DOTING sister Anna Miller has described how she battled through pain and heartache to run a marathon in memory of her brother.

Anna, 31, hobbled to the finish line of the Brighton Marathon in memory of her brother Jack Hutton-Potts.

The 23-year-old from Petersfield died in a climbing accident in Wales last June.

Anna told The News: ‘It was an emotional day for all.

‘I probably sobbed through the last eight miles of the 

‘I ran the first 15 miles before my knees were screaming too much and I hobbled the rest.’

She made it home in five hours and 20 minutes.

On Saturday, her husband Richard cycled from East Meon to Brighton.

Anna hopes to raise around £2,500 for Equality Now, which aims to end discrimination and violence against women around the world.

She added: ‘None of us could shake the feeling that Jack should have been there to run it himself.

‘But it did feel like a small achievement to raise money for something he believed in.’