04:59PM, Wednesday 30 March 2016
Royal Windsor Racecourse was alive with colour as hundreds of people came together to share music, fitness and fun at the Colour Vibe run on Easter Sunday.
More than 2,000 people took part in the 5km colour run, which also included a dance party and was open to people of all ages and abilities.
Colour Vibe, which came to Windsor for the first time, runs not-for-profit events across the UK and internationally.
Dean Newman, UK race director, said: “The day was absolutely amazing despite the British weather.
“We turned the winds colourful and the sun came out towards the end.
“I think sport and socialising is becoming very popular given this is an introduction to fitness.
“About 80 per cent of the people that take part have never done a 5km race so it’s a really good intro into mass-market participant fitness and it’s a fantastic way for families to socialise together.”
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