BRAVE cancer battler June Hobson raised £540 from a charity run - helped by an army of friends.
June, 45, of Netherton, has captured the heart of Examiner readers with her touching weekly diary of her fight against breast cancer.
And she was jubilant after completing the five-kilometre Cancer Research UK Race For Life at Lister Park in Bradford yesterday.
June completed the course in around 65 minutes.
She said the run had been easier than expected and she had felt the healthiest yet since starting chemotherapy.
She added: "It was just a really nice day. It was very upbeat. I sprinted the last 50 yards, the first sprint I've done in months. I was on a high. It was my best day yet."
Husband Rob, 42, and son Cameron, six, were there to support her.
Thirteen of June's workmates from Kirklees Computer Centre - where she was a production officer before her illness - joined her for the run.
Colleague Sheila Conlon organised the team and they even turned up in specially printed T-shirts, with June's photo on and the slogan Running For June.
The total they have raised is not yet known.