Around 20,000 runners took to the streets of Birmingham yesterday for the Great Birmingham Run, with many more turning out to watch.
The route paseds some of the city's most iconic sites, like Cadbury World and Edgbaston Cricket Ground - the latter for the first time.
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A runner from Birmingham says he's broken the record for the fastest half marathon while wearing a three-piece suit.
James Drakeford had to beat one hour, 39 minutes and 50 seconds, set in Birmingham in 2010, and he says he managed it.
James already has a number of other fancy dress running records, last time wearing university graduation robes.
He says he even beat his time last year, when he was wearing an orthodox running outfit!
James says his next record attempt will be to run the fastest time as a piece of fruit - but he hasn't decided which fruit, or when he'll do it.
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The sister of a man who died after completing last year's Great Birmingham Run says today will be a tough day for her.
Kathryn Cowen's brother, Kevin Paterson, who lived in Birmingham, died when he collapsed after crossing the finish line last year. 25 of his friends and family are running and raising money for Cardiac Risk in the Young.
With more than 18,000 people running in the Great Birmingham Run there are a number of road closures in place around the city.
Find out which roads are closed in your area here.
All roads are expected to be re-opened by 18.00. Find out exactly when each road will re-open here.
The biggest half marathon in the Midlands will take place today in Birmingham, with 18,000 competitors expected to take part.
The Bupa Great Birmingham Run, which is now in its third year, attracts runners from both the UK and around the world.
The route starts at Paradise Circus before going out towards the village of Bournville and finishing back on Birmingham’s Broad Street.
Last year Kenyan runner Micah Kogo won a thrilling sprint for the line ahead of Ethiopian rival Abera Kuma, setting a new course record of one hour and 17 seconds.
This year's Bupa Great Birmingham Run officially launches today.
The 13.1 mile run will take place on October 21. Six-time Paralympic god medallist, David Weir, will be taking part along with around 18,000 other runners.
The half-marathon is the biggest in the Midlands, with runners taking in some of the city’s most iconic sights, including the Bullring, the Cadbury’s factor in Bourneville and Edgbaston Cricket Ground.
The Bupa Great Birmingham Run took place today with a record 18,000 people participating.Read the full story ›