One Bourton Roadrunner slashed his half-marathon personal best by three minutes at the Derby Ramathon.

Danny Hannig managed to complete the 13.1-mile race in one hour, 18 minutes and 15 seconds.

Although Hannig found the final two miles challenging due to fatigue and a couple of tricky climbs on the route, he finished 28th in a field of many talented runners that saw the first 38 runners beat the esteemed sub-one hour and 20 minute mark.

Also taking on a half-marathon was Susan Hunt, who ran the Droitwich Half, which is renowned for its intimidating hills.

She finished as the seventh female and the top of the WV50, completing in one hour and 56 minutes.

Claire and Iain Cox ran in the North Downs 30Km, which was celebrating its 40th anniversary.

The duo tackled the multi-terrain course spanning woodlands, fields and parkland.

Iain accomplished a stellar personal feat at his longest race yet finishing in three hours, nine minutes and 55 seconds.

Claire Cox meanwhile completed the race in two hours, 47 minutes and 16 seconds, even taking the time for a brief pause at the 10-mile landmark.

Staying closer to home, Imogen Cox took part in the Gloucester 10Km race, which hosted more than 800 runners.

Despite the early start and tricky route, Cox finished the race with a personal best of 63 minutes and 34 seconds.

Sharon Coventry and Shirley Creed, faced the Cheltenham Race for Life 5Km.

Coventry, a recent graduate of Bourton Roadrunners' couch-to-5K, managed to complete the race with club member Creed and and work friend, with the trio completing the course in 43 minutes without any breaks.