More than 165,000 people – including politicians, athletes and celebrities – took part in the Sport Relief Mile at 16 cities across the UK over the weekend, organisers have said.
Some participants completed the event pushing babies in prams, others took spacehoppers or pogosticks, and two men finished the run on their hands and knees.
In some cities participants took to the streets painting themselves red, while a few other eager runners were wearing unusual outfits.
In London, Tory leader David Cameron was the first to cross the finish line, beating Olympic athletes Christine Ohuruogu and Colin Jackson.
The Tory leader said: “It’s lovely to have a few people cheering you on – it makes running a lot easier.”
A host of celebrities, including singer Beverley Knight, DJ Norman Cook, and comedian Patrick Kielty, model Jodie Kidd, TV presenter Ben Fogle, rower James Cracknell, comedian Eddie Izzard and paraplegic Iraq veteran Major Phil Packer took part in the charity events across the country.
Stars from Emmerdale, Coronation Street, Hollyoaks and EastEnders also backed the Sport Relief Mile.
The Sport Relief Mile run comes after a TV telethon on Friday night, which raised more than £29 million for charity.
Organisers have revealed that the Sport Relief weekend so far had raised £31,633,091.