More than 500 runners laced up their trainers and braved the cold for the Ron Hill 10K race.
The popular race returned for its third year on Sunday, March 6 and included a one-mile fun run.
The race, which started on Blackburn Road and finished at Accrington Town Hall, named in honour of world famous Accrington runner Ron, is organised by Cannonball Events and is open to people of all speeds.
Nick Gaskell, who is part of the team that organises the event, said it was a great success.
He said: “We had between 450 and 500 runners taking part in the 10K and fun run.
“It was a new course this year and we’ve had some great feedback about it.
“Ron Hill was there on the day as well.”
Ben Fish, from Blackburn Harriers, took home the men’s title, while Kirsty Johnson from the Glossopdale Harriers won the women’s title with a time of 41 minutes 42 seconds.
Dexta Thompson, from Clayton Harriers, and Sophie Stanworth, of Trawden Athletic Club, were the winners of the fun run.