Over 30,000 athletes of all ages and abilities pounded the streets of Glasgow on Sunday for the biggest running event in Scotland
Uganda's Moses Kipsiro crossed the line first in the men's half marathon with a time of 1:02:18, while Kenya's Edna Kiplagat successfully defended her women's title in 1:08:21
By contrast, 14-month-old Bridget Walsh was the last competitor to cross the finish line at the Great Scottish Run at the weekend - and the crowd cheered her all the way.
Taking on the Toddler Dash - the big event's mini version for smaller athletes - Bridget was all smiles as the Glasgow crowd shouted encouragement to her along the route.
"She had a great day and is now tucked up in bed after her Toddler Dash!" said Bridget's mother Jen Walsh.
"Thanks to all the organisers, volunteers and supporters who helped make today amazing."
More than 30,000 runners hit the streets of Glasgow at the weekend in what has become the biggest running event in Scotland and for the first time ever, the 10km event saw more women than men compete.
With a route that takes in some of the city's best known landmarks, including the Clyde Arc and the Finnieston Crane, the race has attracted a wide range of athletes over the years.
Great Scottish Run photo highlights