The man described as Great Britain's greatest ever athlete has done it once again.
Mo Farah has defended his title, claiming a 4th consecutive Great North Run win.
It is the runner's 5th win at the world's biggest half marathon.
It was a close call for Farah who left it until the 200 meter mark to break away from New Zealand runner Jake Robertson
Farah finished the race in a time of 1 hour and 6 seconds.
Sunderland born olympic marathon runner Aly Dixon has finished the Great North Run in eighth place.
The 38-year old crossed the finish line in a time of 1 hour 12 minutes.
The Red Arrows flying over the Tyne Bridge has become an iconic image associated with the Great North Run.
Runners and spectators can expect them just after 11am.
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