The 40th anniversary of the Great North Run will see thousands run the 13.1-mile mini-marathon.
Those who have finished the race will be able to check their results online after crossing the finish line.
Results are made available shortly after finishing the half-marathon, and can be viewed on the Great Run Tracker.
Great Run Results Tracker
Results for the race can be tracked on the Great Run website. Entering the name or race number will bring up the result.
An advanced search is also available, with full name, race category, age group, gender and club options available to those needing to refine their search.
The website also features an archive of previous times of participants. Junior events, as well as Scottish and Irish Simplyhealth marathon times are available to view.
Average finish times and record-breaking scores
In 2015, the average finish time for the Great North Run was two hours, 12 minutes and 19 seconds.
Three years on in 2018, the average finish time had increased to two hours, 26 minutes and 37 seconds.
Martin Mathathi holds the Men’s Record for fastest time, with a time of 58 minutes and 56 seconds in 2011. Bridgid Kosgei holds the Women’s Record for fastest time, with a time of 1 hour, 4 minutes and 28 seconds.