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Annual cheese-chasing race in Gloucestershire

Say cheese! Thousands of people have gathered in Gloucestershire for a traditional cheese-rolling race on Cooper's Hill.
The winner of the first race was Josh Shepherd. He said he was "really happy" but "doesn't really like cheese".
Josh Shepherd holding up a wheel of cheese.
The unofficial event was organised by rebel cheese rollers. Plans for an official cheese-chasing event were scrapped in 2010 over safety fears.
Competitors tumble down a hill
Racers chase a wheel of cheese down a hill. The hill is so steep that competitors usually fall and tumble to the bottom. It can be pretty dangerous, so definitely not one to try at home.
Competitors tumble down a hill
Last year a foam imitation of a double Gloucester cheese was used, but this year a real cheese wheel was rolled. Lucy Townsend won the ladies' downhill race for the third year running!
Lucy Townsend sat on a wheel of cheese
Can you spot the cheese? All the cheeses rolled in the event were made by 87-year-old Diana Smart who has produced cheese for the event for more than 25 years.
Competitors tumble down a hill
Say cheese! Thousands of people have gathered in Gloucestershire for a traditional cheese-rolling race on Cooper's Hill.
Competitors tumble down a hill