Ethiopia's Sisay Lemma took his first elite men's London Marathon crown with a dominant performance in Saturday's race.
The 30-year-old - who achieved a third-placed finish in last year's edition - comfortably took the title with a time of 2:04.01, 25 seconds off his personal best of 2:03.36 set in Berlin in 2019.
Vincent Kipchuma and Mosinet Geremew took second and third respectively with times of 2:04.28 and 2:04.41, but the day belonged to Lemma as he secured Ethiopia's second successive London Marathon elite men's win after Shura Kitata Tola's - who placed sixth - triumph last year.
Paying tribute to Lemma's performance, Paula Radcliffe told BBC Sport: "To be winning the London Marathon, there is no better feeling. This is something Sisay Lemma will have worked towards and trained towards for a long time."