Priscah Jeptoo finished first in the women's race at the London Marathon, posting a time of 2.20.14.
Edna Kiplagat - 2011 IAFF Marathon World Champion - came second, with Japan's Yikiko Akaby taking third place.
Olympic champion Tiki Gelena collided with wheelchair racer Josh Cassidy. She recovered to finish the race.
London spectators have spoken about their determination to attend this years Marathon- despite events in Boston.
A former professional footballer is aiming to become the first person with motor neurone disease to run the London Marathon.