Hundreds of runners cross the finish line in Peterborough 10k
In total 437 runners attended the popular event at Nene Park this morning, running on tracks, across bridges and around the lakes.
Despite the muddy paths and cold weather, personal bests were reached for numerous runners.
Philip Nind, 30, took the lead and completed the 10k in 34 minutes and 30.4 seconds.
Meanwhile, Kathryn Dickinson, 24, paved the way for the female runners, taking the win in 42 minutes and 44 seconds.
Sublime Racing's vision is to never lose focus of their high standards, while maintaining effort to support and pay back into the sport.
Their next city event is the 'Race Maker' on March 28, in preparation for the Peterborough Marathon the week after - spaces are still open to volunteer.