PICTURES: Thousands turn out for one of Northern Ireland’s most scenic half-marathons

More than 2,000 competitors enjoyed perfect running conditions during Larne Athletic Club’s annual half-marathon.

Friday, 29th March 2019, 1:40 pm
Updated Friday, 29th March 2019, 2:01 pm
Runners make their way along Main Street during the Larne half-marathon. INLT 11-002-PSB

The 13.1 mile route - which took in part of the world-famous Antrim coastline - attracted runners from far and wide.

Runner No 388, Thompson Crawford makes his way along Victoria Road. INLT 11-003-PSB
Runner No 971, Iwona is loving the Larne half-marathon. INLT 11-004-PSB
Runner No 140, Jackie Black. INLT 11-005-PSB
Thumbs up for the Larne half-marathon. INLT 11-006-PSB
Gail Montgomery smiles for the camera during the Larne half-marathn. INLT 11-008-PSB
Whitehead Runners, Glenda and Claire enjoying the Larne half-marathon. INLT 11-009-PSB
Larne AC members, Gillian Craig and Geraldine Hastings helping out at the finish line. INLT 11-010-PSB
Vincent McKenna from Acorns AC crosses the line to win the Larne half-marathon. INLT 11-011-PSB
Laura Graham wins the ladies race in the Larne half-marathon. INLT 11-012-PSB
Gary Montgomery crosses the finish line in a time of 1:16:40. INLT 11-013-PSB
Wayne Morrow was the first Larne Athletic Club member to finish the Larne half-marathon. INLT 11-014-PSB
Brithers, Stephen and Gary Montgomery pictured at the finish of the Larne half-marathon. INLT 11-015-PSB