Sir Mo Farah enjoyed the ideal build up to April's London Marathon with a second successive victory in the Vitality Big Half on Sunday.
Farah outsprinted training partner Bashir Abdi and Daniel Wanjiru to cross the line in Greenwich in 61 minutes 15 seconds, while Britain's Charlotte Purdue also retained her title in the elite women's race.
Purdue finished in a time of 70mins 38secs with Steph Twell claiming second place ahead of Charlotte Arter.
Farah revealed on Friday that he is considering a return to the track to defend his 10,000m title at this year's World Championships.
The four-time Olympic gold medallist called time on his glittering track career in 2017 to concentrate on marathon running, but the 35-year-old is weighing up a comeback in Doha this autumn.