Over 1,000 runners took part in a marathon and half marathon at the Eden Project today.
But they didn't have too much time to enjoy the scenery, it's regarded as one of the most gruelling events in the UK. It's now in its sixth year.
We started in 2009 and it was in partnership with St.Austell running club and they came and approached us and through another conversation we talked about having an event which started and finished at Eden,and we thought what better way to connect with the environment which is what we do all the time.
Around 300 runners took part in the full 26.2-mile race. The half marathon had a much bigger turnout. First across the line in the half marathon was Paul Whear from Cornwall Athletic Club. He wasn't fazed by the terrain.
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Torquay United had to settle with a point in the National League.
They drew 2-2 at Woking - Courtney Richards and Tyrone Marsh scoring for the visitors.
Torquay go looking for their second victory in four days tonight when they travel to Woking in the National League.
The Gulls secured their first win under new manager Kevin Nicholson on Saturday. Another win tonight could move them out of the relegation zone.
Exeter's Sandy Park stadium has been returned to the club after staging 3 Rugby World Cup matches.
The ground is being stripped of all of the RWC logos and advertising boards.
A huge logistical job is underway clearing out all the media and television equipment used to broadcast games.
The prince was at Exeter last night for some royal rugby business - and didn't miss a beat when asked whether he'll be switching his World Cup allegiance.
Prince Harry met students on a 'rugby empowerment into employment' programme at Sandy Park last night.
He was also visiting to watch the World Cup match - seeing Georgia beat Namibia by 1 point The prince has said he isn't switching his Rugby World Cup allegiance to Wales. When asked at Exeter if he'll now support Wales like his brother now that England are out, he laughed - saying there are lots of teams to support.
The rugby-loving royal also visited Paignton, to give the local rugby club an award for the work it's been doing to encourage more young people to get involved with the sport.
Prince Harry has been meeting students on a 'rugby empowerment into employment' programme at Sandy Park. He's also been visiting to watch the match - seeing Georgia beat Namibia by 1 point.
The prince has said he isn't switching his Rugby World Cup allegiance to Wales. When asked at Exeter if he'll now support Wales like his brother, he laughed - saying there are lots of teams to support.