They were among 22,500 club, fun and charity runners who took part in the half-marathon and 10k events in Glasgow today.
Susan completed her race in a time of 70 minutes and 40 seconds.
But long-distance great Haile Gebrselassie won the men's half marathon with the fastest time ever achieved in Scotland for a half marathon, completing the 13-mile course in just 61 minutes and nine seconds.
Speaking after his victory, Gebrselassie said: "After losing out in the last mile at the Bupa Great North Run I had to get clear today and decided to make my move when I did and it worked so well, I'm happy with this win."
The 10k race was won by Callum Hawkins, with the women's title being clinched by Beth Potter.
The elite 10k wheelchair top honour went to Simon Lawson, while the first female wheelchair athlete over the line was Sammi Kinghorn.
The courses took runners past city landmarks including the Riverside Museum, Finnieston Crane, Clyde Arc and the new Hydro entertainment venue.
The half-marathon route also included a loop through Bellahouston Park.
Around 3,000 children took part in Super Saturday events for families and juniors.
The Great Scottish Run was first held in 1982 and has grown each year, with 24,089 people taking part in the 2012 events.
Brendan Foster, chairman of Nova International, said: "It was a joy to watch the world's greatest ever distance runner set the fastest ever half marathon time ever achieved on Scottish soil.
"The presence of a legendary athlete like Haile Gebrselassie cements the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run's reputation as Scotland's premier running event and the introduction of live BBC coverage across the UK is another milestone for the event.
"Runners were able to take in a range of venues which will be used to host the 2014 Commonwealth Games before enjoying the traditional finish line straight through Glasgow Green, a proud moment for all participants."
Chair of Glasgow Life and executive member for the Commonwealth Games, councillor Archie Graham, added: "As the spotlight of the sporting world shifts towards the city as we prepare for the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games, I hope everyone who enjoyed the weekend will continue to make sport a part of their daily routine.
"I know the new route, which passed many of the iconic venues that will play a key role during the Games, provided additional inspiration to the runners today, including me."