When is the Great Scottish Run in Glasgow?

When is the Great Scottish Run in Glasgow?

Glasgow’s iconic event returns to the city’s streets in 2021. The Great Scottish Run is an incredible weekend of running that includes a 10k, Half Marathon and Junior events. 10k Entry £32 HM Entry £39

Where can I buy tickets for the Glasgow 10K?

Run for Charity An event bus service will operate throughout the event for runners and spectators between Riverside Museum (Start) and George Square (Finish). For the best price tickets, please purchase in advance from our online shop.

When does the Glasgow 10K Subway run on Sundays?

We will make every effort to get spectators to the finish before the first finishers however this is not guaranteed due to possible traffic disruption on the day. *NB the subway runs from 10:00 – 18:12 on Sundays.

Where is the mens 10K route in Glasgow?

MEN’S 10K GLASGOW ROUTE. The Men’s 10K in Glasgow starts at the spectacular setting of the Riverside Transport Museum. The route heads East along the River Clyde and takes in the scenic views. Iconic buildings to look out for include the Glasgow Science Centre, The Armadillo, The SECC and the SSE Hydro and all within the first 2KM.

How to find out your Scottish Run results?

Find out how you did by selecting your event and entering your surname or race number below. If you are looking for Great Scottish Run results from 2013 to 2019 you can use our search here.

Can you enter the Great Scottish Run Solo?

If you are yet to enter the Great Scottish Run, you can choose to take part in Great Scottish Run Solo on entry. Make the Great Scottish Run a family event and get the kids involved in the Junior or Mini Great Scottish Run.

How much is the Great Scottish Run challenge?

The challenge is to complete 25 runs in the 8 weeks building up to the Great Scottish Run, from 9 August to 3 October. It costs £15 to join, however if you have an entry into the Great Scottish Run the challenge price is discounted to £12.50. If you already have a place in the Great Scottish Run, follow the link below to find out more and enter.