The RW forumites set up their annual Support Groups at Mile 17 (Mudchute). Piles of jelly babies are bagged to give marathon runners a boost, led by forumite Bouncing Barlist
The men's wheelchair race fly by first...
Followed by the women's wheelchair race
Kenya’s Mary Keitany led the elite female group. Keitany stormed home in 2:19:19, setting the fourth fastest women’s marathon of all time
The rest of the elite women try to catch the unstoppable Keitany
The men's elite runners pass in a closer pack, with the eventual winner Kenyan Emmaunel Mutai at the front. He ran a superb race, setting a new course record of 2:04.40
Following on the footsteps of the elites, the thousands of marathon runners racing for a PB and raising thousands for charity
Inspirational paralympic runner Richard Whitehead cools down...
Before picking up the pace again
Group support seven...
Group support four
Heading into Canary Wharf as runners approach mile 18
Costumed runners battle against the heat to complete the course
Spot any of these runners?
It takes two to tango, or to race as a bus
Runners get the munchies