The lockdown restrictions failed to dampen the spirit of our most active supporters this year. Next year will be no different.
Lauren Clark,, the wife of cricket legend Bob Willis, leads a fundraising charge for Prostate Cancer UK calling for better tests.
The Sky football pundit and former Scotland international player pays tribute to his late father.
Matt Le Tissier joins the Big Golf Race to support prostate cancer research.
Former PGA pro John Lines is using his passion for golf and his business to fund research in memory of his dad.
The Soccer Saturday boys are back, and although they’ve swapped the Sky Studios for their living rooms, their ‘Man of Men’ pin badges stay firmly pinned to their lapels.
From his local Yorkshire club to the HSBC Abu Dhabi Championship, meet the man determined to take the Prostate Cancer UK message to golfers around the world.
2016 Masters champion, Danny Willett gets involved to raise funds and awareness in the golfing community.
This bright blue and orange Vanarama X Prostate Cancer UK match ball is the first time ever a one-off ball has been used in a Non-League fixture, and it's emblazoned with messages from four Prostate Cancer UK legends.
The Prostate Cancer UK Man Of Men badge has become an icon of hope for thousands of people across the UK - but we know it means many different things to many different people. We spoke to supporters, staff, nurses and the England coach about what the badge means to them.