And they're off... in memory of Clough and Taylor
RIVAL football fans put their differences to one side and united for a good cause this weekend.
Scores of Derby County and Nottingham Forest fans faced the freezing wind that swept around Donington Race circuit for the first Clough Taylor People's Run.
Have a look at our gallery of pictures from the run here
About 800 people took part in the event, which was set up to honour legends Brian Clough and Peter Taylor.
Among them was ex-Forest player and current Rams manager Nigel Clough.
Mr Clough, who started the 10k race alongside former Forest hero Garry Birtles, said his father and Taylor would have been "honoured" by the turnout.
He said: "It's extremely cold, which makes the number of people who have turned up even more remarkable.
"My dad and Peter Taylor would be honoured but I don't think they'd be taking part themselves!"
The 10k event and a 1k fun run went ahead despite some snow falling in parts of South Derbyshire and North West Leicestershire in the hours leading up to the occasion.
The winner of the 1k run was young Derby County supporter Harry Harrison, a member of Long Eaton Running Club.
The 10-year-old, who stormed the 1k course in just under five minutes, said: "It was very good. I really enjoyed it.
"At the end, I had that little bit more power to do it inside five minutes. I'm pleased with my time."
Forest fan Tim Cowen, 31, of Beechdale, Nottingham said: "It might be freezing cold but it's great to be here.
"We've won five games in a row and Derby haven't won in ages. I'm amazed they've turned up to face us!
"We're giving them some stick, but it's good-natured. There's definitely more red shirts here than white."
Lucy Freeman, 28, lives in Long Eaton and also supports Nottingham Forest.
She said: "My dad is here supporting me. He was there when Forest won the 1980 European Cup under Clough and Taylor.
"I'm sort of running the race for him because he wants to honour both of them but his knees are too bad for him to run himself."
The run, organised by Nottinghamshire fundraiser Jim Cowan, raised thousands of pounds for Cerebral Palsy Sport, Hope Against Cancer and the Muscular Dystrophy Campaign.