Runners’ change of face for newest member at Brighton Marathon

A Brighton running team wore matching masks to this year’s Brighton Marathon, in support of their newest member.

It was the first full marathon for the Prosecco Pacers’ John-Dean Mooney, who was expecting a running time of three-and-a-half hours. The rest of the team, each donning masks of Mooney’s face, participated in the 10k run earlier in the morning.

Neil Beglin, 50, of Brighton, said: “Once you’ve done marathons, 10k is just a gentle jog.”

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