The Running Bug Fri, Jun 1 2012 Likes0 Post a comment Facebook0 Twitter0 Nikki Sanderson: Celebs on the Run There was not a bead of sweat in sight "I completed the marathon in 4hrs 3mins & I was so happy, the crowd was amazing!!" Bio: Nikki played Candice Stowe in the soap opera Coronation Street. After leaving the show in 2005, she played a number of roles in TV shows including, Holby City and New Street Law. Nikki also loves to show off her vocalist skills, appearing in shows The X Factor: Battle of the Stars and Stars in Their Eyes, where her impression of LeAnn Rimes 'Can't Fight the Moonlight' saw her take the winner's spot. In 2008, Nikki joined the cast of ITV's series heartbeat to play the part of Dawn Bellamy. Running: Nikki has taken part in some of this country's major running events over the last few years. She is an avid supporter of Race for Life. In 2011 she appeared in a six minute musical about the race hoping to encourage more women across the UK to walk, jog or run the event. In 2010, Nikki ran the Great Manchester Run in aid of the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital Charity. She completed the 10km race in 56:25. This year saw Nikki take on her biggest running challenge to date, the 2012 London Marathon. She ran for children's charity When You Wish Upon A Star. Nikki completed the 26.2 miles in 4:03 without a bead of sweat in sight. See more Celebs on the Run here More from The Running Bug Katie Price: Celebs on the Run Hugh Dennis: Celebs on the Run Hugh Jackman: Celebs on the Run Jenni Falconer: Celebs on the Run See if Katie managed to complete the Brighton Half, Silverstone Half or the London Marathon. Hugh's not being mocked this week after completing the Great South Run. Find out his time here. Hugh works out for his roles in action films but is muscle power enough to run a half marathon? Jenni was determined to improve after her first marathon in 2009. Find out if she did. New to the Running Bug? We're the online community for runners with over 65,000 members! Join today - it's free and easy - and you'll get access to all our running events, training schedules and advice, groups, blogs and forums. JOIN THE RUNNING BUG HERE! It's free and takes just 30 seconds.