Thanks for following11:51:53 29-04-2019
And there you have it – that's a wrap on our coverage of the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon.
We've had a new course record run by Eliud Kipchoge in the elite men's race, the youngest ever winner of the elite women's race, and a record number of finishers.
We're already looking forward to next year's race – remember, the ballot for the 2020 race is open now. Why not give it a try?
Kipchoge driven by love of sport11:24:05 29-04-2019
Eliud Kipchoge: "I love the sport. That's what drives me. When I wake up in the morning that's my ignition key."
Kipchoge: My team are champions11:20:31 29-04-2019
Eliud Kipchoge: "I have a great team. Everyone in my team is a champion."
Celebrations over for Kipchoge11:17:12 29-04-2019
Eliud Kipchoge: "I think celebrations ended yesterday at the Finish Line. It's good to go home and spend time with the family.
"Now it's massage and ice bath for two or three weeks and total rest."
Kipchoge pushed by competition11:15:45 29-04-2019
Eliud Kipchoge: "Yesterday was a good race. It's good to have people who can push you over the last kilometres. Last year from 25km I was running alone. It's good for sport."
Kosgei prepared for big finish11:14:45 29-04-2019
Our elite men's and women's champions, Eliud Kipchoge and Brigid Kosgei are on stage now.
Brigid Kosgei: "In the second half of the race my body started to move and I started to push.
"I was comfortable running the second half."
No rest for wheelchair champs11:11:25 29-04-2019
Both our wheelchair champions are asked about when they'll take a break, but they're getting ready to race on the track and won't have a holiday until December.
Romanchuk switches focus to track11:09:23 29-04-2019
Daniel Romanchuk: "I'm going to jump right back into track racing, the next marathons are later in the year."