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Distance 10K
Location Kelvingrove Park, Glasgow
Date Jun 2018
Age 10K - 15+, 3K - 12+

Simplyhealth Great Women's Run

Glasgow you were amazing! 

If you would like to join us in 2018, be sure to sign up to our 10k reminder service or 3k reminder service to be the first to know when entries are available. 

Click here to view your results from the 2017 event. 

If you have caught the 2017 running bug, why not sign up for the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run on Sunday 1 October and be part of Scotland's Biggest Weekend of Running. 


10K Course

The scenic 10k route through the west end and along the quayside takes in some of Glasgow's most iconic buildings including Kelvingrove Art Gallery, Glasgow University, The Science Centre & the SSE Hydro to name a few, before finishing in Kelvingrove Park. 

Your favourite running playlist won't be needed to help keep you going as our friends at Capital Radio will be on course with their sound stage as well as local 'Bands on the Run' and Scottish Pipers to make it a real musical movement that will keep you motivated all the way to the finish line. 

Finishers will receive a special goody bag including a medal, technical T-shirt, water and lots of goodies.

Please note: the course may be subject to change.

3K Course

NEW for 2017 is a 3k course for those that want to be part of the day but don’t want to take on the 10k route just yet. This is an ideal course if you're new to running or on a new fitness plan.

The 3k course will also have a special wave for ‘mummys-n-buggies’ so that mums can take part with their newest family members. Any runners with buggies will be asked to start at the rear of the 3k wave. 

For information on when it is safe to start running with your child or post pregnancy please consult your doctor. 

Places for the 3k are limited in year 1 so sign up early to avoid disappointment.

Finishers will receive a medal and bottle of water post race. 

Please note: the course may be subject to change. 

Event location

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

About Glasgow

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15 years and over

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12 years and over

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