Around 1,000 runners braved a blustery and overcast Dronfield today to take part in the annual 10K and Fun Race.
It was the 24th episode of the popular event.
Former editor of The Star, Sheffield and current local mayor Alan Powell was at the start line in Pentland Road, Dronfield Woodhouse to see off the entrants, as was Chelsea and England footballer Gary Cahill.
First across the line was Steve Worthington of Hallamshire Harriers, with a time of 34:54.
Phil Skelton (Steel City Striders) and Aidan Linskill of Totley AC immediately followed him.
Last year, the event was won by Michael Tanner of Sheffield RC with a time of 33:46.
Both events raise funds for 7th Dronfield Scouts and a host of charities.
Sunday's runners included 40 employees and friends of Whittam Cox Architects of Carrwood Rd, Chesterfield. They were fund-raising for Ashgate Hospice and Bluebell Wood.
Dronfield Henry Fanshawe School Sixth Form members were also taking part to raise money for the Archer Project.
*Pictures in the Grassroots section of Friday's Star newspaper.