Nearly 100 sporting projectsin and around the capital have received a boost from the London Marathon Charitable Trust this year.
Grants worth more than £3.5million from the surplus made by the London Marathon organisation last yearhave been awarded in grants to 91 projects.
The largest award was made to the Ramgarhia Sports Club in Ealing to bring disused cricket facilities at Durden Park back into use, while the smallest went to Heathrow Gymnastic Club in Hounslow for additional fitness equipment.
Other large grants included: £150,000 for the regeneration of Copthall Playing Fields in Barnet; £150,000 for Holborn community centre in Camden; and £150,000 for a compact athletics facility at Stoke Newington School in Hackney.
Bionic marathon runner, Claire Lomas, was presented with medals donated by other runners this lunchtime. Olympic gold medallist Matthew Pinsent presented her with the_ box of medals._Claire missed out on a real marathon medal as they are only given to people who complete the course in under 24 hours.
She's done it! Claire Lomas finishes the London marathon
Claire Lomas has completed the London Marathon after 16 days on the road. She had plenty of support along the way, including from famous names like Gabby Logan and Ben Fogle. She's become the first person to complete any marathon using a pair of 'bionic legs.'