Thousands of running enthusiasts joined celebrities and sports personalities today for the Sport Relief London Mile.
Conservative MP and former Strictly Come Dancing star Ann Widdecombe started the first wave of the charity run, which included Spice Girl Melanie Chisholm, model Nell McAndrew, EastEnders actors Matt Lapinskas and Tony Discipline and Olympic and Paralympic medallists Allyson Felix and Chris Holmes.
The Sainsbury's Sport Relief Mile is one of hundreds of runs happening around the country to raise money for the charity appeal.
Thousands will be taking to the streets for the Sainsburys Sport Relief Mile, the climax of the Sport Relief 2012 fundraising campaign.
Famous faces including JLS, Miranda Hart, Dame Kelly Holmes, Sir Steve Redgrave, Richard Hammond and James Cracknell - with more set to appear on the day - will be at the start line. London will be leading the charge as hundreds of Miles take place all over the UK.
David Cameron will also run a mile at 11am.