Britain’s Mo Farah has defended his title in the Big Half race, finishing in one hour one minute 14 seconds in London on Sunday.
The four-time Olympic champion won the half marathon in a sprint finish to beat his time of 61:40 in the inaugural event last year.
The 13.1-mile race is the 35-year-old’s final one before he goes for a first London Marathon win on 28 April.
In the women’s race, Britain’s in-form Charlotte Purdue retained her title.
Farah, who finished third at last year’s London Marathon, failed to reclaim the title of Europe’s fastest half marathon runner – a record he achieved by finishing the 2015 Great North Run in a personal best time of 59:22.
Switzerland’s Julien Wanders beat that record by finishing in 59:13 at the Ras Al Khaimah Half Marathon in February.
Elsewhere, David Weir won by a margin of over three minutes in the elite men’s wheelchair race, with a time of 51:11. Britain’s Mel Nicholls came second in the elite women’s wheelchair event, narrowly finishing behind Margreit van den Broek of the Netherlands.