Emma Taylor-Gooby was the first women to cross the finish line in Brighton Half Marathon. She did it in one hour, eighteen minutes and six seconds.
The winner of the men's race in the Brighton Half Marathon is Paul Martelletti. It took him an hour, seven minutes and 30 seconds.
Runners are being greeted by beautiful sunshine this morning as 12,000 of them get ready to pound the streets of Brighton and Hove today. The city's annual half marathon was launched in 1991 when it had just 200 runners competing. It's now one of the country's most popular seafront road races.
Mara Yamauchi, the British number 2 has withdrawn from the Olympic marathon just 9.4 kilometres into the race. The 38-year-old Oxford athlete had been hampered by a bruised heel in the build-up to the Games and, although determined to get to the startline, was clearly not fit.
Ethiopian's Tiki Gelana, in her first major championship, crossed the finish line on The Mall in two hours 23.07 minutes, an Olympic record, with Kenya's Priscah Jeptoo taking silver and Russia's Tatyana Petrova Arkhipova the bronze.
Oxford's Mara Yamauchi was forced to pull out of the Olympic marathon after less than 10 kilometres after suffering from a bruised ankle.
She tearfully stopped at the side of the road 9.4km into the race after deciding she could not go any further.
Britain's medal hope Paula Radcliffe was forced to withdraw with a foot injury earlier in the week. The race was won by Ethiopian's Tiki Gelana.
Former stuntman Eddie Kidd will be one of the athletes in our region baring the Olympic torch. The daredevil from Peacehaven walked the London Marathon last year. He'll be carrying the torch through Lewes on July 17.