Thousands of fundraisers turned up at Camperdown Country Park for a very worthy cause.
Race for Life saw women and men of all ages, mostly decked out in pink, as they took part in a 10k run to raise cash for Cancer Research.
Running, walking, jogging and even sprinting, more than 2,000 participants took part in the race around the city’s largest public park.
There was also a 5k option, with some participants completing the event while twirling 4lb hula hoops – also known as powerhoops – round their waists.
Caroline Stephen – one of the hula hoop runners – also sounded the horn to begin the race.
The fun continued in the afternoon with the Pretty Muddy event – a 5k track which saw the entrants complete a mud- splattered obstacle course which included various challenges of hoppers, scramble nets and inflatable slides.
Race for Life spokeswoman, Lisa Adams, said: “We’d like to thank our VIP starter Caroline and everyone who came along to make Race for Life Dundee so special.
“Sadly, most of us know someone whose life has been touched by cancer. But thanks to the huge progress that has been made in the fight against the disease, more people in Scotland are surviving cancer than ever before.
“Our aim is that one day everyone will beat cancer. The more research we can fund, the sooner that day will come.”
Last year’s Race for Life saw men join the fundraising challenge for the first time.
The Race for Life is the UK’s largest fundraising series with more than 380 events taking place around the country. It sees people of all ages come together to help raise money to beat cancer.