The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay 2015 saw Barclays return to the top of the podium in a time of 53:39, beating JP Morgan into second place, while Trayport took Nike on the line to claim third spot.
The race was officially started by Michael Bloomberg and Rugby World Cup winner, Will Greenwood, with the sold out race once again attracting over 1,000 city runners to Guildhall Yard.
Also in attendance was the reigning Olympic, World and European skeleton champion, Lizzy Yarnold, who awarded the winning teams and individual runners with their prizes. In addition to the bragging rights of the City, the winners also secured a cheque for £5,000 for the charity of their choice, which was Richard House Children's Hospice.
Congratulations to all runners, you can register your interest for the 2016 edition of the race here.
The Bloomberg Square Mile Relay 2015 returned with a course to not only challenge the returning runners on the start line, but also offer a unique, fun and exciting route for first-time participants.
Just like previous years, the runners twisted and turned around the one-mile route, racing towards the finish line in Guildhall Yard before handing on the baton to their teammate. Check out the route for 2015 below. Details for 2016 will be announced next year.
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AT THE BLOOMBERG SQUARE MILE RELAY, THE FINISH LINE DOES NOT MEAN THE END.
The relay culminates in a post-race party, open to all runners and spectators in the Guildhall Yard, where a live DJ will kick off the night as the sun sets and race results come in.
All runners will receive hospitality as part of their entry, but make sure to reserve the same VIP treatment for your colleagues, friends and family so they can join in the fun too.