Your London Marathon pictures - Women's Running

Your London Marathon pictures

Author: Women's Running Magazine

Read Time:   |  April 26, 2016

Yesterday, 39,140 runners crossed the line of the Virgin Money London Marathon. Congratulations to everyone who took part, including our Big Marathon Challengers, Sam Commons, Elle Tyler and Alison Bell, we hope you all had an amazing day! Here are some of the pictures you’ve sent in so far, but please do keep tweeting them to us @Womensrunninguk!


 

Alison Allen: My amazing mum running for her 60th birthday - 4th London Marathon completed!

Alison Allen: My amazing mum running for her 60th birthday – 4th London Marathon completed!

Joanne Louise Bing: So happy finished in 5:26:59 with hubby and my daughter xxx

Joanne Louise Bing: So happy finished in 5:26:59 with hubby and my daughter xxx

Megan Taylor: At mile 25 totally broken and then in tears when I finally see my husband. Wow what a day

Megan Taylor: At mile 25 totally broken and then in tears when I finally see my husband. Wow what a day

Elaine Bramwell

Elaine Bramwell

Louise Carmody: 4 hours 19 minutes!

Louise Carmody: 4 hours 19 minutes!

Trace Darragh: Amazing

Trace Darragh: Amazing

Lindsay Craig: The end! Yay I did it and loved every second!

Lindsay Craig: The end! Yay I did it and loved every second!

Michelle Calver: This is me when I saw my friend Kelly stood on electric box, I wasn't expecting to see her but as you can see was so happy I had ? thank you Kelly x

Michelle Calver: This is me when I saw my friend Kelly stood on electric box, I wasn’t expecting to see her but as you can see was so happy I had ? thank you Kelly x

Julia Mansell: That inspirational moment when you spot the family at the 24 mile point!

Julia Mansell: That inspirational moment when you spot the family at the 24 mile point!

Parastou Jadidi: Sharing my medal with a volunteer

Parastou Jadidi: Sharing my medal with a volunteer

Maddiy Clancy: Running VMLM

Maddiy Clancy: Running VMLM

Lindsey Hoyle Manly: Me seeing my mum at mile 23...I was very tearful as I sustained a knee injury at mile 16, but still finished and loved every minute x

Lindsey Hoyle Manly: Me seeing my mum at mile 23…I was very tearful as I sustained a knee injury at mile 16, but still finished and loved every minute x

Julie Gilbert: My first London marathon in 4:19:34 really happy with that.

Julie Gilbert: My first London marathon in 4:19:34 really happy with that.

Emma Ridley: Waiting in the red zone masses at the start in Greenwich park!

Emma Ridley: Waiting in the red zone masses at the start in Greenwich park!

Jess Redman: First one for me!

Jess Redman: First one for me!

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