The Essar Chester Half Marathon is one of the standout events on city's sporting calendar.
Now in its 35th year, the 13.1-mile test of endurance will see thousands of athletes pound Chester's streets, cheered on by hundreds of spectators.
Reporter David Holmes will be reporting live from the event while fellow Chronicle journalist Mike Fuller is actually taking part in the half marathon.
The 2016 Chester Half Marathon has come to an end and the runners and their friends and families are off to enjoy what will hopefully be a relaxing afternoon in the sun at the end of a hugely successful event. Our congratulations to Mark and Julie, the first man and woman home in the race, and also to brother and sister Arran and Lorna Hulse for their success in the fun run. And a further word of additional praise for our own Mike Fuller! Thank you for following our live updates throughout the morning. We will have a full report with a gallery of pictures from the event on our website later this afternoon. And don’t forget we would love to include some of your pictures from the half marathon. You can tweet @ChesterChron or email cheshire.news@trinitymirror,com.
The winning duo
So proud of Mike
Congratulations to Mike Fuller from everyone at The Chronicle.
Message from Louise
A runner's view
Well done St Oswald's
Mike's impressive time
Message from everyone else at The Chronicle: We are not worthy!
Running up that hill
Well done Poppy!
Rhiannon Louise Murphy on our Facebook page said: “My husband is doing it in full Army kit carrying 44lb. All monies donated will be going to the Mercian Benevolent charity. Please donate xx”
Not far to go now Mike!
Julie's winning ways
First woman home
Truly the elite
Live from finish line
End in sight
And the winner is...
Louise at finish line
Read some of the personal stories about why people are running the Chester Half Marathon HERE.