England cricket legend, Sir Ian Botham, has raised an outstanding amount of 25,000 pounds in one day through road collections for charity work.
According to the Daily Mirror, Botham, is raising money through a historic charity drive for Leukemia and Lymphoma Research, which is the only charity organisation dedicated into researching cures for blood cancer related diseases.
Hundreds of supporters turned out to wish him all the best on the third day of his 160 mile fund raising campaign.
The 56-year-old Botham, said: “The support’s been amazing. As long as the sun keeps shining, we’ll be laughing.”
Botham started his charity walk in Glasgow and will finish in Richmond, South West London.
Since his first trek in 1985, Botham has raised over 13 million pounds for the charity.