Amble athlete Ian Harding won today's Druridge Bay 10k, as hundreds of runners took part in the annual charity race this morning.
Harding, a Morpeth Harrier who has won the event in previous years, crossed the line in 34min 15sec. He fought off competition from second-placed Magnus McGillivray (Heaton Harriers, 36min 23sec) and Alnwick Harriers' Dominic Harris, who came third in 37min 33sec. Nina Cameron, of Heaton Harriers, was the first woman home in 45min 58sec, finishing 46th overall.
This year's race was a sell-out, with 428 people crossing the finishline, having battled against hot and sunny conditions.
The picturesque event took runners through the stunning Druridge Bay Country Park, along a beautiful sandy stretch of Druridge Bay beach and around Ladyburn Lake.
Today's run was in aid of HospiceCare North Northumberland, which has centres in Alnwick and Berwick. Yellow ribbons were also available, with proceeds going towards British Red Cross' We Love Manchester Emergency Fund, set up in the wake of last Monday's terroroist attack in the city.
After the run, the Druridge Bay 10k committee tweeted: 'Well done to everyone who ran today. You all did amazing.'
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