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Great Women's 10K

Congratulations to everyone who took part in the 2016 Great Women's 10k, we hope you had a brilliant day!

We're delighted to announce entries are now open for the 2017 event taking place on Sunday 4 June.

You can find your results here >

 

 

 

The Course

We've got a new course for you!

Come and take part in this year's Great Women's 10k as we have a brand new course for you to enjoy. Starting on Kelvin Way, the route will take in some of Glasgow’s most iconic buildings including Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow University, The Riverside Museum & the SSE Hydro to name a few. Post-event, the party atmosphere will continue in Kelvingrove Park with lots going on for you to enjoy with the girls. 

If you'd like to view a larger version of the map, please click here >

Course Map

This year's event has a brand new course and therefore starts and finishes in a different place to previous years.

START ASSEMBLY

Please make your way to Kelvin Way for the start of your run. Here you will find your coloured starting waves that match your run numbers.

FINISH AREA

You will be finishing near Kelvingrove Park, which is where the baggage area will be located. Come and take a look at the event village, the charity stalls and enjoy your post-run achievement with other runners.

The Start

Please arrive changed and ready to run. You can leave your bag with a friend, or use the baggage drop area close to the finish in Kelvingrove Park.

Please deposit as follows:

  • Loop your baggage label (attached to your run number) to the top of your bag

  • Place your bag in the coloured and numbered pen for the security of these items

Baggage information

Musical waves

What better way to get the party started than picking your own musical wave so that you enjoy a motivational pre-event warm up to your favourite tracks!  Singing at the top of your lungs, dancing, fancy dress and lots of selfie-taking are all highly encouraged! You will be able to choose from the following:

Wave 1 – Time Focus (Challenger)
This wave is for those ladies who would like to concentrate on getting a faster time, ideal for regular and club runners. 
Wave 2 – 80s music (NOW FULL)
The day wouldn’t be complete without a 80s wave including classics from Madonna, Prince, Michael Jackson, and Whitney Houston… guaranteed to get your feet moving!
Wave 3 – 90s music
Who could forget the music from the 90s? True 'girl-power' dominated the charts with hits from the Spice Girls and Britney Spears...so it's no wonder we still remember all the words 20 years later!
Wave 4 – Now music (noughties and now)
There's no shortage of hits from the 'Now' era, which includes number ones from Bruno Mars, Pharrell Williams, Taylor Swift not to mention a few tracks from Scottish legend, Calvin Harris. 

Musical waves

Special offer

If you're looking for a challenge and would like to take on two of our Scottish events this year we have a special discount for you!

To receive this offer you must choose one of the following combinations:

  1. Enter the 2016 Great Women's 10k AND the 2016 Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run 10k to receive £9 off your entry fee
  2. Enter the 2016 Great Women's 10k AND the 2016 Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run half marathon to receive £10 off your entry fee

The discount will be automatically deducted on the second event entry.

Go on, do the duo! 

Special offer

Event location

Please be aware that the roads around the event site will get very busy on the day so please leave plenty of time to get to the start for your warm-up. 

With the new course's central location starting on Kelvin Way we recommend making use of public transport to get there. 

There are a number of buses that leave from the city centre. Full details are available here

If you do wish to drive, the nearest car park is located at the SSE Hydro, approximately a 15 minute walk from the start line, which has approximately 1600 parking spaces. If you're planning to use this car park, which is open 24 hours, please be aware that spaces will be available on a first come first served basis. 

Keep checking the website in the run up to the event for diversions and event day road closures. 

If you're planning on using public transport to get to the start, the Glasgow Subway will be operational from 08:30 on Sunday 5 June. The three nearest stops to the start area are Kelvinbridge (limited parking available), Kelvinhall and Hillhead. Click here for more information >

Getting there

Visit the city of Glasgow, a cultural hub with exceptional architecture, beautiful parks and gardens, some of the UK’s best shopping and dining, and countless fun attractions to visit, many of which are free! The proud host of the 2014 Commonwealth Games, Glasgow is a UNESCO City of Music, a former European Capital of Culture and was recently named by TripAdvisor as one of Europe's top 10 'Travellers' Choice Destinations on the Rise'. 

For more information go to: Visit Scotland

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