06:02AM, Sunday 02 June 2013
Women and girls dressed in pink from head to toe for the Race for Life in aid of Cancer Research in Windsor this weekend.
Thousands ran around Windsor Racecourse in t-shirts bearing the slogan 'Cancer we're coming to get you.'
The races were staged as part of Race for Life events being held up and down the country to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Thousands of runners created a sea of pink at the start of the race at 11am.
Some dashed off setting a quick pace, while others enjoyed a more leisurely stroll around the racecourse.
Many wore messages such as 'doing it for mum.'
Since Race for Life started in 1994, £6m women have taken part and raised £493m for Cancer Research's life-saving research.
It has become the largest women-only fundraising event in the UK.
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