Claire Lomas spoke to Daybreak about her incredible journey to complete the London marathon with the help of her family and a bionic suit.
Claire Lomas, who is paralysed from the neck down, has completed the London Marathon. She completed the 26 mile course in 16 days.
Claire Lomas will complete the 26.2-mile London Marathon course 16 days after she began - and all with the aid of her 'bionic legs.
Former England striker Michael Owen tweeted:
A paralysed marathon competitor has finished the London Marathon, crossing the finishing line on The Mall 16 days after the race began.
Claire Lomas completed the 26.2-mile route, which she started on April 22, using a bionic ReWalk suit.
The 32-year-old, from Leicestershire, was left paralysed from the chest down following a horse riding accident in 2007.
Claire Lomas has completed the London Marathon after 16 days on the road. She has become the first to complete any marathon using a pair of 'bionic legs.'
Claire Lomas has raised more than £85,000 for charity during her incredible marathon challenge. The money will go to Spinal Research - see her JustGiving page here.