Organisers said this year's run had its highest number of entrants, with a total of 24,089 people running the 13.1-mile race, a 10-kilometre run and junior races on Saturday.
Half marathon runners crossed the Kingston Bridge and took in Bellahouston and Pollok parks.
For the first time since 2006, a runner successfully defended his title. Kenyan Joseph Birech was first in the half marathon with a time of 63 minutes and 15 seconds. Ethiopian Bezunesh Bekele was first in the women's race, crossing the line after 69 minutes and 10 seconds.
The first wheelchair athlete to finish the half marathon was Phil Hogg in 56 minutes and 43 seconds.
Meanwhile, the first person from Scotland to complete the half marathon was Ross Houston, finishing eighth on 66 minutes and 28 seconds. The first woman from Scotland was Hayley Haining, finishing 24th on 75 minutes and 2 seconds. An estimated £1.5 million was raised for charity over the weekend.