A charity runner became the millionth person to finish the Great North Run in Newcastle.
Tracey Cramond crossed the line with a time of just over three hours and 22 minutes becoming the first millionth finisher ever in a running event worldwide.
She was in a mass of runners who surged through the line an hour and 22 minutes after race winner, the double Olympic gold medallist Mo Farah.
She told the BBC: "I'm absolutely gobsmacked - totally shocked," adding that she started running last year after her mother died.
She added: "I thought I would raise funds for children's charities because children meant so much to her."
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