Age 15 & over
Come along and take part in the Men’s 10K Glasgow! Consistently around 40% of the men taking part in this event have never entered a running event before. It's the perfect opportunity to lace up your trainers and make a difference, either to your own life or someone else’s.
From the start at the Riverside Transport Museum, past many famous iconic landmarks to finish in George Square.
Race to raise awareness of the health issues that affect men in Scotland.
Revel in the crowd's encouragement with a raucous city centre finale!
You are welcome to complete the course at your own pace, however, there is a maximum time limit of 1 hour 30 minutes. This is very inclusive as even completing the route at a relatively slow walking pace will see you finish within 1 hour and 30 minutes. If you plan to walk the whole distance you are requested to allow runners to start in front of you.
100 Pointhouse Road
The Men's 10K in Glasgow starts at the spectacular setting of the Riverside Transport Museum.
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.
From the top of the bridge, those with a keen eye may be able to spot Celtic Park to their left, Hampden Park straight ahead / slightly left and Ibrox Stadium to their right.
Once across the Clyde, the route swings east and then back across the Clyde and on to Argyle Street, Buchanan Street and along the south side of George Square, by which point you are over the half way mark and enjoying city centre crowds cheering you on.
Runners enter George Square where cheering crowds await to help you in one last effort to cross the finish line where you’ll receive your well earned medal, water and goody bag.
GSi Events Ltd is committed to minimising the impact that their events have on the local environment, implemented in the following ways:
These charities have places in the event. To secure your place, select a charity, complete the form and follow the instructions.
Supporting people with dementia in Scotland to make sure nobody faces it alone.
Coronary heart disease is the UK's single biggest killer but the BHF is leading the fight against it.
Raise awareness, fund research and save lives.
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Great event. Well organised. Relatively flat run. Andy C
Well run 10K, great for seeing a bit of Glasgow City district. Good value for money, nice T shirt and medal. Warm up DJ from Radio Clyde before event. Very enjoyable 10K. Kristian H
My 3rd time and 2nd on this course. Organisers have this down to a T and the atmosphere is fab with a great mix of runners of all abilities. Stephen M
This is the 2nd year I've ran this race and I'm already looking forward to next year. Very well organised, everything ran like clockwork. Graham C
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