A man taking part in a city half marathon race has died in hospital after collapsing during the run.
Thousands of people took to the streets of Glasgow for the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run which comprises the 13.1-mile race and a 10-kilometre run, with junior events held yesterday.
Organisers said 24,089 people registered to compete over the weekend, the highest number of entries the event has ever had.
Archie Graham, deputy leader of Glasgow City Council, said: "Our thoughts are with the family and friends of the man who died at this very sad time."
A spokeswoman for Strathclyde Police said the man was taken to the city's royal infirmary after collapsing but he died a short time later.
The route saw runners cross the Kingston Bridge, as well as taking in Bellahouston and Pollok parks.
For the first time since 2006, a runner successfully defended his title, with Kenyan Joseph Birech claiming first place in the half marathon with a time of 63 minutes and 15 seconds.
Ethiopian Bezunesh Bekele finished in first place in the women's race, crossing the line after 69 minutes and 10 seconds. The first wheelchair athlete to finish the half marathon was Phil Hogg in 56 minutes and 43 seconds.
Meanwhile, the first Scot to complete the half marathon was Ross Houston in 8th position in a time of 66 minutes and 28 seconds. The first female Scot home was Hayley Haining in 24th position in a time of 75 minutes and 2 seconds.
It is estimated that around £1.5 million will have been raised for charity over the weekend.