Eliud Kipchoge celebrates a superb London Marathon victory ©Getty Images


Prince Harry, men's winner Eluid Kipchoge, race director Dave Bedford, women's winner Jemima Sumgong and Tag Heuer Europe managing director Rob Diver pose after the races ©Getty Images

Eliud Kipchoge crosses the line eight seconds outside the world record time ©Getty Images

The men's field were well ahead of world record pace in the opening stages of the London Marathon ©Getty Images

Jemima Sumgong of Kenya recovered from a fall to win the women's race ©Getty Images

Women's winner Jemima Sumgong poses with second placed Tigist Tufa of Ethiopia and third place Florence Kiplagat of Kenya ©Getty Images

Marcel Hug (right) and Tatyana McFadden (left) pose with Prince Harry after their respective victories ©Getty Images

Marcel Hug crosses the line to beat Australian rival Kurt Fearnley in a sprint finish ©Getty Images

Tatyana McFadden passes Big Ben in the women's wheelchair race ©Getty Images

Double Olympic champion rower James Cracknell and middle distance runner Dame Kelly Holmes compete in the mass start race ©Getty Images