Double Olympic champion Mo Farah has promised he will run the full London Marathon next year after completing 13.1 miles today.
He told the BBC: "It was incredible. The atmosphere is great.
"My aim was just to learn a lot here. Next year, I'm going to come out and do the full marathon."
ITV News' Royal Correspondent reflects on running the London Marathon in the shadow of one of Africa's most endangered species.
Tens of thousands of runners turned out for the London Marathon in a show of solidarity to the Boston bomb attack victims.
London Marathon runners will wear black ribbons and observe a 30-second silence to honour the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings.