More than 3,000 runners have taken part in this year's Hastings half marathon - the windiest race in its 33 year historyRead the full story ›
For 3 decades people have taken part in the Hastings half marathon. It started with just fifteen hundred runners - today there was more than double that.
And as Charlotte Wilkins reports, the sun was shining down on them.
The Hastings Half Marathon is underway! Hundreds of runners have crossed the start line for the 13-mile route.
Katie Sayer, Johnny Sayer, Georgia Higgins and Lucy Sayer get ready to tackle the 13-mile route of the 30th Hastings Half Marathon. All four of them are running in support of Parkinson's UK.
They ranged in ability from fun-runners to world-class athletes. But they were united in one aim - to complete the Hastings Half Marathon. 4,500 runners took part this time last year. We remember it - with John Ryall.
Around 200 runners heading to the Hastings Half Marathon on Sunday missed the race because of emergency rail repairs.Read the full story ›
Competitors of all abilities took part in the Hastings Half Marathon today. Here's our report.Read the full story ›
The Hastings Half Marathon was won by Bernard Chemugo, a Kenyan running in the event for the first time. He declared himself 'quite pleased' with his finishing time of 66 minutes. The first woman to cross the finishing line was another Kenyan, Jane Muia.
Four and a half thousand runners took part in the Hastings Half Marathon, many of them in training for the Brighton and London Marathons.