- Reporter Malcolm Shaw spent the day among the athletes, fundraisers and spectators:
Interviewees: Tim Hutchings, CEO, Brighton Marathon & Dean Lindsay, Charity fundraiser & Peter Le Grice, Fastest man & Helen Davies, Fastest woman
Thousands of people have taken part in the 10th Brighton Marathon.
Elite athletes and fundraisers set off on the course at 9.45am from Preston Park on Sunday.
An extra two events took place as part of the Brighton Marathon Weekend, including the 10k run and a 50k cycle race.
Participants across all events now totals nearly 20,000 people.
The Event Village welcomes more than 125,000 people across the weekend.
The fastest woman was Helen Davies, who won for the third year in a row.
The fastest man was Peter Le Grice, who set a new course record of 2 hours 16 minutes and 23 seconds.
The first ever Brighton Marathon took place in 2010 and was officially started by Olympic gold medallist and former resident Steve Ovett.
The Brighton Marathon is the 8th largest marathon in Europe.