Experience the inspiring atmosphere of Scotland’s biggest running event and achieve something great this autumn. This spectacular weekend of running is a celebration of sport that is suitable for the whole family and is televised live on the BBC.
The 10k course is a shorter adaptation of the half marathon that hugs the River Clyde and features some of Glasgow's most iconic landmarks and buildings such as The Hydro, Pacific Quay and the McLennan Arch.
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Starting in George Square the course will take runners past a selection of Glasgow’s finest venues and buildings as well as crossing over the River Clyde, taking a trip through Pollok Park and Bellahouston Park, before heading back for the grandstand finish on Glasgow Green.
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Get the whole family active by entering them into one of Saturday's fun & inspiring events. From the toddler dash, to the family milers & junior heroes, we look forward to seeing your stars of the future enjoying our safe courses right in the city centre.
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The Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run is Scotland’s biggest weekend of running with over 30,000 runners from all walks of life taking on the 10k, half marathon and Super Saturday family and children events.
Our proud partner, Bank of Scotland, is on a mission… to get Scotland active!
Individuals across Scotland were encouraged to share their stories about what motivates them, what got them into running and why they wanted to take part in this year’s Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run 10k, with the aim of having each local authority represented on the start line on Sunday 1 October, with runners having followed a 10 week to 10k training program with support from a Great Run Company expert coach.
Our Community Challenge runners cover a range of abilities from never having taken on a run before to targeting a new personal best and are now gearing up for the big day.
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