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Man of Steel actor Henry Cavill finished running the Gibraltar Rock Run for charity in October, but his fans are still giving.

Cavill, whose brother Nik is a Royal Marine, trained for and completed the challenging footrace which climbs 1300ft to the summit of the Rock of Gibraltar, in a field of 350 runners all supporting the Royal Marines Charitable Trust Fund, for which Cavill is an Ambassador.

Henry Cavill at the Gibraltar Rock Run
Henry Cavill at the Gibraltar Rock Run
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The actor set up a fundraising page for his fans, writing:

“I chose to support this charity, not only because of my obvious familial connection, but because of the deep respect I have for the Royal Marines as men and as a corps.

“I would like to say thank you to everyone who has supported me and the RMCTF during the Gibraltar Rock Run, it was a great honour and pleasure to take part in this special occasion.”

Video: Henry Cavill Interview At The 'Gibraltar Rock Run'

The Henry Cavill News site announced on Saturday that fans are still donating, and that the fundraising goal of £20,000 ($30,000) has nearly been met.

To help Henry meet the fundraising goal, visit his JustGiving page.

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