A paralysed woman has become the first person to complete a marathon in a bionic suit.
Claire Lomas, who is paralysed from the chest down, finished the London marathon today, crossing the finishing line 16 days after the race began.
The 32-year-old said she was "over the moon" as she completed the 26.2 mile route.
Hundreds lined the streets as she made her final steps to complete the race. Three mounted members of the Household Cavalry gave her a guard of honour as she crossed the finishing line on The Mall.
Not only was she joined by family, friends and members of the public, but also by celebrities who joined her for part of her journey, including Gabby Logan and Ben Fogle.
Earlier today Claire passed the spot where fellow marathon runner Claire Squires, from Leicestershire, died during the race.
Claire will not appear in the official results and did not receive a medal when she finished. This is due to rules that state that competitors have to complete the course on the same day in order to qualify for a medal.
However, a number of marathon runners decided to donate their own medals to Claire.
Claire has raised more than £86,000 for Spinal Research, a charity that funds medical research around the world to develop reliable treatments for paralysis caused by a broken back or neck.
Claire walked about two miles a day, cheered on by husband Dan, her parents, and 13-month-old daughter Maisie. She now plans to write a book and "spend some good time with Maisie", adding: "Then I'll think of something else daft to do."