Great Scottish Run
Run Your City
Celebrate everything that’s incredible about Glasgow with us in 2022 and RUN YOUR CITY.
Join thousands of your friends and neighbours at the Great Scottish Run this year, the country’s premier running event.
See the two sides of the city from urban streets to Glasgow’s greenest spaces on a stunning route that passes some of the city’s most famous landmarks. Starting in the heart of the city, runners soak up the atmosphere and music all the way to the finish in Glasgow Green, passing our famous entertainment zones every kilometre. It’s a party atmosphere from start to finish.
It’s a run for everyone, from locals to celebrated athletes, whether it’s your first 10k or your 50th half marathon. An inclusive celebration of Scottish running, with music blazing, crowds buzzing, legs pumping and fists bumping. Glasgow comes alive on Great Scottish Run weekend.
We support you from the get-go with training plans & advice, race day prep and motivation every step of the way. We roar you across the finish line and applaud your success in the event village. It’s an event day experience like no other.
Great Scottish Run entries are open to runners aged 15+ (10k) and 17+ (Half marathon) on the day of the event.
If you have any queries about Great Run events, see our FAQ section here.
Entry price includes booking fee
If you rolled over your 2020 or 2021 Great Scottish Run 10k or half marathon entry, then your 2022 place is already secured.
We will communicate with all rollover entrants by email on 3 November. If you rolled over your entry and did not receive an email, or you are unsure as to whether you rolled over your entry, please contact us here.
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The Great Scottish Run will take you on a stunning 10k or half marathon route past the city’s most famous landmarks, along the River Clyde and through some of Glasgow’s greenest spaces.
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The greatest reward in taking part is the sense of achievement as you cross the finish line, but by taking your place on the Great Scottish Run start line, you’re already part of something really special. Great Run events are renowned for being well-organised, safe, and inclusive and the atmosphere and support is always unbelievable.
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What You Get
Before the event
We’re here to help you be your greatest, so before the big day you’ll get…
- Your personal run pack sent to you in the post, with your run number and timing chip
- Access to training plans to keep you on track
- Exclusive offers and competitions from our partners and sponsors
- Support and advice all the way up to event day
- Regular emails keeping you motivated and moving
- A huge supportive and inclusive social community on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter to help you on your running journey
On Event Day
Other than all the good vibes, fitness and mental health benefits you’ll also get…
- Access to the free Great Run app to allow your loved ones to track your progress along the route
- Access to the Great Run information point for any last minute queries (or safety pins)
- Closed roads offering a safe running environment
- Food and drink options to refuel
- A shiny new medal*, an exclusive finishers t-shirt plus a finisher’s bag filled with goodies
- Plenty of medical support all around our routes should you ever need any assistance
- A huge round of applause as you cross the finish
*2021 medals pictured
After the Event
Obviously you’ll have bragging rights for the foreseeable, but you’ll also get…
- Official event day photos available to view and purchase a couple of days after the event, so smile for the cameras!
- Your official result ready shortly after you cross the finish line
- Runners Rewards – access to special offers for participants, from our partners and sponsors as a well done.
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