Teams from both Investment Week and parent company Incisive Media took part in this year's Standard Chartered 5K Great City Race from their homes. Here's how they got on...
From running a business to running the gorgeous Cornwall coastline, it's all systems go for Incisive CEO Jonathon Whiteley
Before breaking news to our readers, IW's acting editor Lauren Mason broke a sweat down in Guildford - and now she can breathe a sigh of relief...
All smiles this morning in sunny Suffolk for Kevin Sinclair, Incisive's managing director
On what was a hot day, IW production editor Rachel Bird looked effortlessly cool during her 5K run in London
Stop! It's Hammertime! Over in east London, in the shadow of the Olympic Stadium, IW's acting deputy news editor (and West Ham fan) David Brenchley completes his 5K
Sheep, styes and rivers were no match for IW's commercial director Natasha Buckle, who bossed her run in north Devon
It's always sunny in Sidcup, Kent, for Incisive's marketing director Sophie Eke
Up the road in nearby Dartford is CRN magazine's commercial director Matthew Dalton, literally on the 'home' straight in his back garden
Leaving the trail for dust over in Essex was Darren Sharp, Incisive's head of digital campaign performance
Normally, Incisive's senior video producer Georgina Brazier lets the film run. But for the race, she did the running - and conquered it like a champion
A family affair down in sunny Bognor Regis for Professional Pensions editor-in-chief Jonathan Stapleton and his son - a great team effort
Listening to some decent tracks down in south London is Incisive's head of digital John Holt
Keeping track of her run while running up that hill in Highgate is CRN magazine's account manager Jessica Richards
Further north into Hertfordshire, Incisive's Francesca Kilford stands tall after completing her 5K
The rugby may be on hold at Twickenham, but Incisive's operations manager - and big fan of the oval ball - Robin Shute charged down its streets
No, Will Bolton is not stuck in 2015. Incisive's business development manager is very much in the present and completed his run with aplomb
Derek Zoolander, eat your heart out. Down in south London, Professional Pensions deputy editor James Phillips showed off his best blue steel
As her name suggests, Professional Adviser reporter Sophie King put on a right royal run and surveyed all she conquered
Across the Channel, International Investment magazine's Christopher Copper-Ind flew the flag for Incisive in Paris, where 'le soleil' also made an appearance
Back on home turf, Incisive's marketing dynamic duo Rosie Cotterill and Paul Harvey took in the sights of St James's Park and Buckingham Palace for their run
Don't fence him in! Andrew Hobbs, Incisive's content strategist - enterprise technology, takes in the beautiful Cornwall scenery
He may not be on a star trek, but Incisive Works' very own Captain Kirk - head of design Steve Kirk, to be precise - had a rather stellar run in Essex
When it comes to good post-run selfies, Jat's the way to do it... A round of applause for Incisive's graphic designer Jat Garcha
Run of Hope and glory... It definitely was that for Professional Pensions' news editor Hope William-Smith
Breathless, but not beaten, Incisive's business development director Noel Anderson soaked up the rays in sunny Shortlands, Kent
Spare a thought for Incisive's marketing assistant Sam Avis. He may look wiped out, but he is still a winner.
And it is not a team effort without the aptly named Teamspirit Group, IW's media partners for our 25th anniversary. Special thanks go to Kate Cunningham...
...and Sophie Klein for joining us on the 5K race
From breaking news to breaking a sweat, teams from both Investment Week and parent company Incisive Media took part in this year's Standard Chartered 5K Great City Race from their homes.
From breaking news to breaking a sweat, teams from both Investment Week and parent company Incisive Media took part in this year's Standard Chartered 5K Great City Race from their homes. In the face...