Hundreds of runners raised money for various good causes by taking part in the Hillingdon Half Marathon at the weekend.
Spectators lined the streets to cheer on those taking part, including one man who pushed a pram around the 13.1-mile course.
Organiser James Shipley, director of Active Training World, said: “The day was really good. Having nice weather always helps and we had lots of people smiling towards the finish line.
“I’d like to say a huge thank you to Age UK Hillingdon, Brunel University and all the marshals that helped make the race happen, and of course those taking part.”
The race was won by Paul Martelletti, of the Run Fast club, with a time of one hour, nine minutes and 41 seconds.
The fastest woman was Jennifer McBain, of Alechester Running Club, who crossed the finish line in one hour, 22 minutes and 45 seconds.
He said: “I felt it was just like a good morning walk in the park.”
Mr Singh, of Minterne Avenue, Hayes, added: “The whole event was really nice. So many people turned up and everybody was so positive. The atmosphere was fantastic.
“I ran with a charity bucket and the people cheering me on were really great.
“It was really well organised – the marshals were really helpful, it was a good route and really nice weather.”