VIDEO: Best action from the Melbourne run

The 2016 Wings for Life World Run has been run and won for it's third year with Polish runner and previous Poland women's winner Dominika Stelmach taking out the women's run on the unique Melbourne course with an incredible 53.54km before being caught by the catcher car.

Joining Stelmach atop the winner's podium Wollongong runner and Wings for Life World Run debutant Barry Keem took out the men's run smashing out 65.7km and cementing his place in the Wings for Life World Run history books and earning himself the chance to run at one of over the many locations across the world that will hold the run in 2017 in a bid to build on his winning form that saw him successful in the early hours of Monday morning some 60km south of Melbourne's CBD.

Check out the best action in the player above.

Registrations for the 2017 Wings for Life World Run are now open, join us in our bid to find a cure for spinal cord injury on May 7, 2017.

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