We laced up our racing shoes yesterday and headed down towards Buckingham Palace for the Vitality 10k.
We were joined by Mo Farrah and Jonathan Brownlee although I never saw either of them, and they finished before I even started. That is mainly because another 20,000 people also turned up to join in the fun.
All of those people made it a great atmosphere and there was also thousands of people cheering us on along the route. I don't think that the Queen was looking out of her window, but you never know.
I started in the fourth wave of runners and lots of them must have fibbed about how fast they could run because the stats show that I overtook over 1,200 runners in only ten kilometres.
I zigzagged for the whole route, which helped take my mind off the running, but distracted me from much sightseeing. I finished in a great time, for me, of 53 minutes and 12 seconds.
Daz did better and took 45 minutes and 52 seconds.
Nice medal and tee-shirt too.