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There was a lot to celebrate in the OX5 yesterday

1,001 OX5 Run results: Where did you finish?

The runners set off on the five-mile course around Blenheim Palace.  Picture: Damian Halliwell

Video: Sophie Carter becomes the first woman winner of the OX5 Run

Magnus Cameron with Dr Kate Bradshaw, nurse Gabrielle Dent, Dr Hemanshoo Thakkar and Dr Keren Sloan. Picture: Ed Nix

‘Don’t forget clocks go forward’ reminder for 1,256 OX5 runners

Runners set off for last year’s race

You’d better step on it if you want to run the OX5

Andy Lawson is running the OX5 for his son Jon-Paul, five, who has Down’s syndrome and a heart condition. Picture: David Fleming

Time is running out to sign up online for this year’s OX5 Run

Nina Greasby, 17, left, has helped her twin Annalie through cancer and will step out in Sunday’s OX5 Run. Picture: Mark Hemsworth

Cancer cannot destroy special bond these twin sisters share

From left, Jo Thompson, William Thompson and Sara Thompson get ready for the OX5 Run at Blenheim Palace. Picture: Kirsty Edmonds

Teen is lacing up to thank hospital staff

Sign up for the OX5 Run on March 29 in aid of Oxford's Children's Hospital

Sign up for the OX5 Run on March 29 in aid of Oxford's Children's Hospital

: Official starter Magnus Cameron with Dr Kate Bradshaw, Nurse Gabrielle Dent, Dr Hemanshoo Thakkar and Dr Keren Sloan, who are all taking part in the OX5 Run. Picture: Ed Nix

Doctors and nurses going the extra mile for young patients

Magnus Cameron, 10, the official OX5 Run starter. Picture: Ed Nix

Join Magnus on the start line as we race for record number

Simon Dadson is running this year’s OX5 Run to raise funds for Children’s Hospital after his son Thomas, now four, had surgery for a blocked intestine when he was a newborn baby. Picture: Marc West

Lecturer in training to repay a debt of gratitude to hospital

Rhythm: George Martini warms up runners at last year's OX5 Run

George to help runners zumba to the end again

On your marks: Cheryl Davis is running the OX5 as a thank you for her son Miles' treatment

Parents run in thanks for son's quality care

Matthew Clatworthy with baby son Harry, partner Nikki Rhodes, and their son James, four

New dad signs up for OX5 to thank hospital to run five miles to help sick children

Zilah Grant, 28, lost her son Khian, four, three years ago

Zilah signs up for OX5 Run in memory of her four-year-old son

Freddy Stevens will be doing the OX5 Run to raise cash for the Oxford Children’s Hospital, where his son Thomas had surgery

Parents lace up running shoes for OX5 challenge

Charlie Granville, 16, centre, with his parents Pete and Marie

Teenager with nut allergy signs up for OX5 Run as a thank you to Oxford Children's Hospital

Pictured at the John Radcliffe Hospital with one of the pumps are, from left, infant feeding adviser Leane Beauchamp and infant feeding lead Gillian Denton, with Tsvetelina Petrova and son Daniel

New mum benefits from OX5 Run

The Oxfordshire Hospital School’s team for the OX5, from left, Juliet Wraith, Karin Hyatt, Helen White, Laura Madurini, Victoria Stoneham, Caron Howchen and Sue Emsden. Picture: OX71766 Julian Rus

Oxfordshire Hospital School in the running for OX5 funds to help children

Julia Spargo with daughters Beth Lee, three, left, and five-year-old Amalia Lee

Grateful mum pulls on running shoes

Rob and Kate Allen

Time to lace up your charity running shoes

Rachel Payne with son Ralph, 20 months, and Rebecca Clark with son Remy, 11 months, will run the OX5. Picture: OX71295 Marc West

Mums sign up for OX5 Run to support Oxford Children’s Hospital

Eve Hanlon and daughter Martha, who has leukaemia

Mum’s on run for daughter Martha

Front, 12-year-old Oxford Children’s Hospital patient Zubayr Ali with, back from left, play assistant Klarissa Burrows, play specialist Sarah Browne and 14-year-old patient Ruby Gunthorpe

Off and running for entry to our OX5 extravaganza

OX5 Run sets new record by raising £112,000

OX5 Run sets new record by raising £112,000

Winners from The H Team, Harry Millard-Green and Harriet Thomas. Picture: OX66756 Damian Halliwell

Trophy tonic for this year's record-breaking OX5 stars

INSPIRED: VIcky Harris with her son, Alfie

OX5 Runners are urged not to forget setting alarms an hour earlier

Jacqui Budd and Steve Hicklin and their daughter Sienna, in intensive care at the Oxford Children’s Hospital when she was about a week old

Mum tells why she’s joining 1,429 others for Sunday’s OX5 Run

Paul Murray will take part in next Sunday’s OX5 run as a thanks to Oxford Children’s Hospital, where his son Michael was treated for a brain tumour 17 years ago. Picture: OX1166075 Damian Halliwell

Dad in the running in OX5 to say thanks to hospital

Lucy and Ian Baker with children Hannah and Archie

‘My little girl was diagnosed with arthritis at age of one’

Junior doctor Viz Ravindran is taking part in the OX5, a hilly course around the grounds of Blenheim Palace   Picture: OX65771 Antony Moore

Doctor to run OX5 for children he has treated

Oxford Children’s Hospital play specialist Sam Mortlock, left, with youngsters Josh Kirby, 10, and Danny Fielden, eight, and fellow staff member Claire Mulligan

1,000 runners sign up for OX5 Run

Jenny Alleway, from Didcot, with her two-year-old son Harry who has been treated at the Oxford Children’s Hospital for breathing problems. Mrs Alleway is taking part in the OX5 Run. Picture: OX65741 Simon Williams

OX5 Run: Mum runs to thank hospital for its care + Video

Ceri Caven with Max, and his dad Joe with little sister Brooke

OX5 Run: Mum on the run to say thanks to Oxford Children's hospital for helping toddler

Rob and Kate Allen, centre, from Allen Associates with their team in the OX5 Run     Picture: OX65588 Marc West

Firms asked to raise OX5 cash

Prime Minister David Cameron meets Oxford Children's Hospital patients Finlay White, nine left, and Zac Durkin, five

Prime Minister rallies behind OX5 Run fundraiser for children’s hospital

Karolina and Stephen Pilton with 18-month old Lena and son, Adam, four

Running the OX5 helps sick little tots like Lena

Bridget Hopwood warms up for the  OX5

‘Run is my way of saying thank-you’

Colette Smith, Emma Johnston, Becky Hughes, Alicia Jones, Emily Ratcliffe and Lisa Howes are some of the trainee children’s nurses undertaking the OX5 Run. Picture: OX65236 Andrew Walmsley

Trainee nurses keen to give something back to hospital

Tony Baker, 78, gets ready for the OX5 Run. Picture: OX65035 Damian Halliwell

Never too old to race in aid of great cause

Left to right, Sue Emsden, Emily Wright, Gabrielle Dent, Tim Gustafson, Ella Hughes and Caron Houchen Picture: OX64860 Damian Halliwell

Hospital staff going the extra miles for poorly children

Hayley and James Munro with their children Elizabeth and Matthew

Mum to run OX5 as thank you for son’s life-saving treatment + Video

Mollie Boyce had surgery on her foot last Tuesday

Mollie won't be fit in time but urges others to sign up for big race

Runners taking part in last year’s race at Blenheim Palace

Step out and help hospital hit £100k in OX5 Run

RUNNING: Andy Styles, who used to work as a fundraiser at the Oxford Children’s Hospital, with the team from STL Communications

We’re under starter’s orders for the OX5 Run for charity

Mum-of-two Sarah Watson with her son Sam. Picture: OX64243 Denis Kennedy

Five-mile thank you run for hospital that cared for son

GOOD CAUSE: Sarah Vaccari with her daughter Rosa

'If I can do OX5 so can others'

BRAVE: Tabitha Durkin with her five-year-old son Zac, left, and Suzanne White, with Finlay, nine, will be running next year’s OX5

Two good reasons why OX5 keeps on running

Maizie Rose, two, with mum Emily Stone and dad Phil Rose

Some very good reasons for you to run next year's OX5

WINNER: Les Newell receives his cup from children’s development officer Penny Hambridge after coming home first in the five-mile run at Blenheim Palace

Hospital joy at OX5’s record-breaking £87k

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