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London Marathon in pictures

More than 36,000 runners have taken part in the London Marathon. Check out some of the best pictures from the day.
British Paralympic champion David Weir, wearing a 'Weirwolf' helmet, missed out on a record-breaking seventh win in the men's wheelchair race. He finished fifth.
David Weir
To another famous Harry - former Strictly Come Dancing champion and McFly star Harry Judd was among the celebrities who took part.
Harry Judd
A 30-second silence was held at the start of the main race to remember the victims of the Boston Marathon bombings six days ago. Many runners wore black ribbons.
Runners hold silence
More than 36,000 runners have taken part in the London Marathon. The 26.2-mile race across the capital went past some well known landmarks such as Tower Bridge.
Runners at Tower Bridge
As usual, there were loads of runners in fancy dress. Race organisers have pledged to donate £2 for every runner who finishes to a fund for the victims of the Boston bombings.
Runners dressed as the FA Cup, a camel and a turtle
Hundreds of extra police officers were on duty to reassure spectators after the Boston Marathon bombings. Around half a million people were expected along the route.
Police motorcycles lines up at the London marathon.
American Tatyana McFadden won the women's wheelchair race after also winning it in Boston. Prince Harry presented all the winners' medals.
Tatyana McFadden and Prince Harry
Priscah Jeptoo of Kenya won the women's race and Tsegaye Kebede of Ethiopia finished first in the men's race. He also won in 2010.
Priscah Jeptoo and Tsegaye Kebede
Running 26.2 miles is no easy task. This runner had some help crossing the finish line.
Three runners help another cross the finish line
Despite the silly costumes, many runners were running for a serious cause, helping to make the London Marathon the world's largest annual fundraising event.
Three fun runners
Olympic champion Mo Farah ran half the race as preparation for doing the full marathon next year.
Mo Farah