Your London marathon photos
As thousands take part in the London marathon today, some of the runners have managed to send us their photos from their momentous day. Here is just a small selection.
The oldest and youngest runners, Ken, 83, and Bronte, 18, spoke to the BBC's Dan Johnson ahead of the race. It was going to be Ken's 37th marathon - phew!
Meriel Beale snapped this picture - her favourite - at the seven mile mark in Greenwich. She told the BBC the atmosphere there was fantastic, with lots of cheering and 'oggy oggy oggy' chants. She was supporting her friend Justin Saculles.
Rona Main posted this photo of her sister Laura on Twitter as she passed the half way mark in her first London marathon and told the BBC she's an ambassador for the charity Sentabale
Spectator Katherine Capdevila took this photo today. She tweeted: "Congrats to everyone who ran #LondonMarathon. You rock!!"
Amy Evans tweeted 'This is proving to be a very popular sign at mile 17', courtesy of @Scousebird
Catherine Ellis posted her time of 3.50.37 on Facebook, adding it was not the time she'd hoped for and 'the entire run felt like hell.' Well, we think that's a very respectable time, well done! Determined as ever, she said she will need to do another one to get sub 3.45 #hardcore