Thousands take part in Bath Half Marathon

About 12,000 people take part in the Bath Half Marathon

Race organisers said about 12,000 people have taken part in this year's Bath Half Marathon which is now in its 32nd year.

Ethiopian runner Tewodros Shiferaw won with a time of 63 minutes and 26 seconds - he previously won the race in 2007.

Polline Wanjiru, from Kenya, was the fastest woman with a time of 70 minutes and 28 seconds.

The 2012 event raised more than £1.5m for charity.

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