City businesspeople shared in the aches and pains of thousands of Brummies after taking part in the Morrisons Great Birmingham 10k.
More than 350 runners from 26 companies entered the 10k Business Challenge, with Fine Energy, CBRE and Delcam emerging as the three victorious companies.
Teams could be mixed or single gender and rankings were based on the accumulated first four finishing times in each team.
The final results were broken into three sections based on a company's size with Birmingham-based wind power firm Fine Energy taking home the trophy for fastest small business (up to 50 employees) with a time of 3hrs 37mins 18secs.
Top medium business (50 to 249 employees) was won by city centre property consultancy CBRE with a time of 3hrs 9mins 45 secs while fastest large business (above 250 staff) was Small Heath software firm Delcam with 2hrs 45mins 23secs. The full list of winners is below.
Engraved trophies have been awarded to the three main winners while the top three teams in each category have received an engraved plaque.
Every team that entered 12 or more employees has also received its own personalised company plaque.
David Hart, communications director for the Morrisons Great Birmingham 10k, said: "We were delighted with the response from local businesses to the first ever 10k.
"There were some really impressive times, as well as great amounts raised for good causes. We look forward to seeing everyone take up the challenge again at the Great Birmingham Run in October."
Around 7,000 runners in total took part in the even which is a new entrant into the 'Great Run' series which already hosts a half-marathon in Birmingham.
Game of Thrones and Soldier Soldier actor Jerome Flynn was the guest starter who also ran the course in aid of the Global White Lion Protection Trust.
Fine Energy - 3hrs 37mins 18secs
Fitness First - 3hrs 39mins 32secs
Peopleline - 3hrs 44mins 23secs
CBRE - 3hrs 9mins 45secs
St Philips Chambers - 3hrs 48mins 48sces
JS Wright - 4hrs 13mins 42secs
CBRE - 4hrs 5mins 14secs
Mills & Reeve - 4hrs 14mins 11secs
Edgbaston Experience - 3hrs 11mins 3secs
Legal Ombudsman - 3hrs 20mins 30secs
Mills & Reeve - 3hrs 26mins 47secs
Delcam - 2hrs 45mins 23secs
Bruntwood - 2hrs 47mins 16secs
Tony Gee & Partners - 2hrs 53secs 19mins
DAC Beachcroft Claims - 3hrs 53mins 51secs
Pinsent Masons - 4hrs 2mins 42 secs
Pinsent Masons - 4hrs 4mins 54secs
Queen Alexandra College - 3hrs 32mins 52secs
Parkwood Leisure - 3hrs 51mins 35secs
Ibis Hotels - 3hrs 54mins 19secs
The companies with 12 or more runners were: BNP Paribas Real Estate, Browne Jacobson, CBRE, Castle Leisure, Delcam, Edgbaston Experience, Grangewood Fencing, Ibis Hotels, Legal Ombudsman, Mills & Reeve, Queen Alexandra College, Parkwood Leisure, Pinsent Masons and St Philips Chambers.