Bristol Half Marathon: Thousands take part in run

Ben Siwa from Uganda
Image caption It is the first half-marathon winner Ben Siwa has ever raced

About 10,000 people have taken part in Bristol's half-marathon.

The race, which is in its 26th year, started at 09:30 BST from the harbourside in the city centre.

This year's men's race has been won by Ben Siwa from Uganda with a time of just under 64 minutes. Gladys Yator from Kenya won the women's race.

Runners took a route along the Portway, finishing at Anchor Road. All the roads which were closed for the race have since been reopened.

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