More than 40,000 competitors, 13.1 miles, millions of pounds raised for charity, and one epic sprint finish made this year's Great North Run one to remember.
Sports correspondent Simon O'Rourke takes a look back at what made this year a truly great race.
Let the training begin! The next Great North Run will take place on 7th September 2014.
Tony Phoenix-Morrison from Hebburn - better known as Tony the Fridge - says the Great North Run will be his last race.
The 49 year old has become famous for running for charity with a 40kg fridge strapped to his back. He's just finished running the length of the country from John O'Groats to Land's End, carrying his fridge.
He spoke to us half way through today's run...
Some of the runners on today's Great North Run tell us why they're taking part, who they're running for and just how they're feeling...
Just some of the thousands of characters taking part in today's Great North Run...
David Hart, one of the organisers from Nova International, has been speaking to ITV News about how this year's elite line-up has been particularly special.
ITV News caught up with cricketer Graeme Swann at today's race where the sportsman was wielding the all important starting gun.
The Red Arrows display team flies over Newcastle in their annual tradition at the Great North Run.