A record-breaking 8,000 runners took to the city centre streets for the Simplyhealth Great Birmingham 10k.
As well as that, thousands of Brummies lined the streets to show support for the runners and cheer them on.
The route took participants from Jennens Road, near Millennium Point and the Thinktank, and following through to Digbeth, Cannon Hill Park and Edgbaston Cricket Ground before finishing back on Jennens Road.
The event - broadcast live on Channel 5 - is expected to raise an incredible £1.5 million for local and national charities, with runners and walkers taking on the challenge to support a cause close to their heart.
Our photographers were waiting around the route to snap pictures of those inspirational runners taking on the challenge for a good cause.
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David Hart, Partnerships Director for The Great Run Company, said: "It was a day that showed off Birmingham at its finest, with a sea of runners from so many different communities joining together in a celebration of sporting activity.
"It was fantastic to see the huge levels of support across the route as runners of all abilities took to the streets."
The Simplyhealth Great Birmingham 10k is organised by the Great Run Company, who will also stage the Simplyhealth Great Birmingham Run on Sunday, October 14.
Entries are open now for the annual half marathon, which reverts to its popular morning start time.