FRIENDS and relatives of Huddersfield student Ben Randall will be tackling the Examiner Charity Challenge in his memory.
Ben, 21, was killed in a forklift truck accident in Roundhay Park, Leeds, last November.
He lived on Wakefield Road at Waterloo with his mother, Jean, sister Ruth and brothers Tom and Daniel.
Tom, 19, and a group of Ben's friends will be running in the Examiner Charity Challenge at Meltham on Sunday.
The challenge - organised by the Examiner and Huddersfield Lions - has two routes for walkers, three for cyclists, one for horse riders and a short route for disabled people, children or those who cannot tackle a long trek.
They start from Meltham Cricket Club.
Tom and friends are taking part to raise money for the Ben Randall Memorial Sports Trust.
The family set the trust up last month. It aims to help local sports teams, clubs and individuals get the equipment they need. It also aims to encourage youngsters into sport.
Jean said: "Ben hoped to be a PE teacher and he coached children in sport. He wanted them to get fit and have fun."
Ben was in his second year of a course for a health and sport science degree at Huddersfield University.
He also played rugby for the university and for Huddersfield Rugby Union Club's academy sides.
Like Ben, Tom, 19, has a love of sport. He is studying to become a personal trainer. He has passed FA coaching exams and coached children in football in America last summer.
He hopes to take his UEFA coaching exams soon.
Tom will run the 7.5-mile charity challenge route.
His girlfriend, Rachel Reilly, 19, of Fenay Bridge, Ben's best friend, Gareth Simpson, 23, of Kirkheaton, and two more of Ben's friends, Linthwaite sisters Rhiannon, 18, and Bianca Sykes, 16, will do the 3.5-mile challenge.
Tom is studying business management at Huddersfield University. Gareth and Rhiannon also attend the university and Rachel studies at Leeds University.
While the students run, Jean will be manning a fundraising stall at the cricket club.
The challenge is the trust's second major event. The first, a charity rugby match, raised £3,000.
Anyone wanting to support the trust can give money at HSBC Market Street, Huddersfield, account number 4008590003883.