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Raining champs; Hardy runners brave the bad weather to raise charity cash in 10k run - and they are all winners.

THEY braved the weather in their thousands - and brightened the outlook for a rainbow of good causes.

Here are just a few of the hardy souls who completed the Morrisons Great Women's 10k in Glasgow on Sunday.

Among those running were mum-oftwo Jen Bremner, who is living with terminal cancer, and Arlene Clark, who set up Brightest Star in memory of her son Jack, who died at the age of five.


TEAM BOB Supporters of Pseudo Obstruction Research Trust. Above, childhood cancer charity backers

PURPLE RAIN Neeta and Manjit cross the line with balloons for Kidney Research UK

PROUD Evelyn and Jeanette support Breast Cancer Care

BRIDE AND JOY Kirsty wears veil as she runs for Macmillan Cancer Support

EMOTIONAL Chest Heart & Stroke Scotland supporter embraces fellow runner after crossing the finish line

SO BRAVE Jen Bremner is terminally ill but completed the course with family and friends in aid of Maggie's centres

CLEAN PAIR OF HEELS This runner donned pinny and feather duster

INSPIRATION Arlene Clark, right, and a friend in front of a picture of little Jack

OVER THE RAINBOW Frances wears T-shirt for Glasgow Women's Aid

BRIGHT AND BREEZY This trio were supporting Marie Curie cancer care

IN THE PINK Rachael and Emma give each other a helping hand

YOU DANCERS Michelle and Lynn waltz to the line for Brightest Star charity

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Title Annotation:Sport
Publication:Daily Record (Glasgow, Scotland)
Geographic Code:4EUUK
Date:May 19, 2015
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