Professor Sir Pete Downes, principal of the University of Dundee, has been getting on his bike.
Pete took on a 65-mile challenge to raise funds and awareness for student mental health and wellbeing.
Friday’s Principal’s Challenge 2018 included a 60-mile Tour de Tay cycle via Perth, a mile and a half row at the university’s Institute of Sport and Exercise, and a 5k fun run on the university campus.
The cycle was led by Pete and his wife Elizabeth, together with an experienced group of cyclists from around the university.
They were accompanied by games entrepreneur and honorary graduate Chris van der Kuyl.
Pete said of the challenge: “Our vision and values as a leading Scottish university mean the wellbeing of our students is of the utmost importance to the university, and to me personally.
“Today has been a great day and, with the support of colleagues, students and friends at Wormit Boating Club, I made it to the end.
“The most important thing is we will raise awareness and funds to support our students’ mental health and wellbeing.”