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Great Britain's Shelly Woods won the women's wheelchair race at the Great North Run with a time of 54 minutes 28 seconds.
She spoke to us about the challenge that the weather had posed with the course and her dream to one day clinch the course record.
Ethiopia's Haile Gebrselassie has been enthusiastically describing his experience of running the course at the Great North Run.
The weather may not have been ideal for all but the runner wasn't phased and instead focused on the "beautiful" surroundings.
The elite women's Great North Run race was won by Priscah Jeptoo, who described the result as a surprise, but a good indication for her future racing prospects.
Great North Run wheelchair champion David Weir has described the North East course as particularly fun for those taking part because of the speed involved.
Mo Farah was pipped at the post in the Great North Run, finishing second behind Ethiopia's Kenenisa Bekele in a sprint finish.
He told ITV News that the North East crowd had carried him to the finish at the end of the final mile.
Olympic athlete Christine Ohuruogu joined Graeme Swann to fire the starting gun in this year's Great North Run.
She spoke to ITV News about the pressure of getting the procedure right in front of 56,000 people.