Save the Children's World Marathon Challenge has begun at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham. Olympic medalist, Robbie Grabarz, got the run started.
High jumper and Olympic bronze medalist, Robbie Grabarz, has joined children taking part in a charity run at the Alexander Stadium in Birmingham.
The children will be running in teams over marathon distance as part of a campaign organised by charity, Save the Children, to raise awareness of world hunger and child poverty.
More than 200 children from three Birmingham schools are at the Alexander Stadium today to take part in a charity challenge.
The children will be running in teams over marathon distance. The challenge is part of a simultaneous run involving 60,000 children worldwide.
The World Marathon Challenge has been organised by Save the Children charity and aims to raise awareness of world hunger and child poverty.
Birmingham-based Olympic bronze medalist, Robbie Grabarz, has won the high jump at the Aviva Birmingham grand prix, jumping 2.32m - 6cm short of the British record.
Birmingham-based athlete, Robbie Grabarz, has won the high jump at the Aviva Birmingham grand prix.
The Olympic bronze medalist jumped 2.32m - 6cm short of the British record.
High jumper Robbie Grabarz from Birmingham has won a bronze medal in the high jump.
The 24-year-old won a share of the men's high jump bronze medal with two other athletes.
Robbie Grabarz took his place on the podium after jumping 2.29m in front of the 80,000-strong crowd at the Olympic Stadium.
The jubilant Briton did a lap of the arena carrying a Union flag.