A runner has been treated in hospital after becoming unwell at the end of the Great Cumbrian Run.
Race organisers say the 45-year-old man was taken to hospital as a precaution.
This year's Great Cumbrian Run has finished, and Robert Hodgson from Harraby in Carlisle crossed the line in first place, with a time of just one hour, twelve minutes and thirty six seconds.
Organisers say 1,600 runners took part this year. Here are some of the photos:
People from all around Cumbria, and beyond, are embarking on the Great Cumbrian run.
It is the half marathon's 33rd year, and more than 2,000 people set off from Carlisle Castle at 10am this morning.
They will pass villages like Cumwhinton, Wetheral and Scotby, and will finish up back in Carlisle, at the Sheepmount Athletics Stadium.
The final preparations are underway for this year's Great Cumbrian Run, which takes place on Sunday.
The half marathon has become a local institution since being set up 32 years ago.
It's expected to attract around 2,000 runners to the city.
Tom Rice, of Carlisle Leisure Limited, is expecting tens of thousands to be raised for charity.
Hundreds of competitors have been pounding the streets of Carlisle for the Great Cumbrian Run. People come from all over the region to take part in the event.
James Buis, a teacher from Carlisle, won the half marathon race.
Kathryn Samson reports.
A teacher from Carlisle has won the Great Cumbrian Run. Jamie Buis crossed the line in 1:11:37.
Runners are limbering up for the Great Cumbrian Run, which takes place in Carlisle this morning. The half marathon is in its 31st year. More than two thirds of runners are from Cumbria.