An estimated 30,000 people have been taking part in this weekend’s Great Scottish Run events in Glasgow.
World-class athletes joined thousands more amateur runners who are raising money for charity.
Several thousand runners had already taken part in “Super Saturday” junior and family events.
The brother of Frightened Rabbit singer Scott Hutchison, who died this year, completed the half marathon to raise awareness of mental health issues.
Double Olympic gold medallist Dame Kelly Holmes started this year’s 10k from George Square.
Adam Craig from Edinburgh Athletic Club was first over the line in the 10k, while Gemma Steel won the women’s race.
In the half marathon Chris Thompson was the fastest runner for the second year in a row.
In the women’s half marathon Olympic bronze medallist Mare Dibaba held off a strong challenge from 2017 World Athletics Championship marathon gold medallist Rose Chelimo.
Among those taking part in the Family Mile on Saturday were the Rich family, whose two young daughters Nicole and Jessica have Batten disease, an incurable and terminal genetic condition.
There was a loud cheer from onlookers as six-year-old Nicole crossed the finish line.
Kieran Allen, a 10-year-old who has quadriplegic cerebral palsy, also completed his challenge alongside his family.
The brother of Frightened Rabbit singer Scott Hutchison joined the half marathon to raise awareness of mental health issues.
Grant Hutchison said he wanted to highlight the problems of depression and anxiety which his brother suffered from before taking his own life earlier this year, aged 36.