More than 5,000 keen runners took to the streets for the Great Aberdeen Run.
Now in its second year, 5,500 people took part in the event, which included a 10k, a half-marathon and a one-mile family run.
Thousands of people lined the streets around the city to cheer on those taking part.
Beginning from Union Street, the 10km race started at 9am, the half marathon at 10.30am and the family fun run from 1pm.
This year’s route took on a slightly different layout, with Seaton Park included for the first time.
It took participants past some of the landmarks of the city.
Commonwealth Games bronze medalist Robbie Simpson and his partner Ginie Barrand completed the men’s and women’s 10k races in first place, with Robbie clocking in at 30.01 and Virginie at 36.39.
In the half marathon, Kristian Jones won the men’s race in 1:06:35 and Sheena Logan from Fife Athletics Club took first place in the women’s with 1:21:56.
Kerry Simpson, communications manager at the Great Run Company, said: “The second staging of the Simplyhealth Great Aberdeen Run was yet another celebration in the city, with people from across the UK taking on their own personal challenge.
“We witnessed some outstanding times from the elite runners and many inspiring performances from thousands of others, including the spectators, who braved the morning showers to come out and support in the city centre and along the route.”
Runners were spurred on around the course with live music, such as the Dezibel Drumming Band at Mounthooly roundabout, Scottish piper Chris Sibbald in Old Aberdeen and the Northsound1 cheer zone on Ellon Road.