3 & 4 SEPTEMBER 2011
Scotland’s greatest race
Keen distance runners are spoiled for choice these days
but is there a race where you could combine a fantastic
road racing experience with breathtaking natural beauty,
world-class shopping and a rich selection of cultural gems?
Over the last 29 years the race has evolved into a perfect
mixture of challenging yet rewarding half-marathon and
10K courses, electric atmosphere and strong PB-breaking
potential. Glasgow also boasts 1.5K and 3K kids races that
are the perfect way to introduce youngsters to the
excitement and achievement of road racing.
Value for money and a great atmosphere
The race offers superb value for money with entry from just £20 including official race t-shirt, finishers limited edition medal, personalised race certificate and goody bag. With vocal support from thousands of locals who line each route, new runners never fail to be impressed by the energy and enthusiasm on race day.
The choice of world-class runners
Recent races have featured world-class runners including Hendrick Ramaala, Joyce Chepchumba, Tegla Laroupe and Lorna Kiplagat. The mixture of high calibre athletes and fast routes has produced course records in the last 3 years, offering great promise for 2011.
From Mackintosh and Dali to Gucci and Prada
From the elegance of Rennie Mackintosh and the city’s extensive shopping to the splendour of Kelvingrove Art Gallery and Loch Lomond, Glasgow is a perfect city-break location. Scotland’s reputation for good hospitality is ever present with fantastic restaurants, bars and accommodation to suit every budget and taste. So what are you waiting for?
To start your Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run adventure visit the race website to register your entry, book your accommodation and find out about Scotland’s greatest race. (And how you can save even more when entering our sister race, the 2011 Women’s 10K!)
The Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run Team.
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