Scotland's Men Prepare To Make Their Mark

The MHFS 10k For Men LogoWith the Men's Health Forum Scotland (MHFS) 10K for Men only a few days away, what are the last minute things that competitors need to know? has put together some key bits of information.

Cross Training - What Do You Do?

Image of Bar GraphThe current poll on is asking how runners like to cross-train. We want to know Scotland's favourite activities besides running, whether it is Yoga or Pilates, Swimming, Cycling or simply heading to the gym.

Currently, the most popular activity is 'cycling', with a 'gym session' and 'fitness class' close behind. 8.9% of voters don't cross train at all. What is your favourite way to cross-train? Vote now on

Saucony Summer Bright Competition - Enter Today

Women's ProGrid Ride 3Our fantastic new summer competition with Saucony has just been launched; so make sure you enter for a chance to win one of six shoe and clothing competition prize packages, worth over £100 each.

The prize consists of an unmissable ViZi-PRO t-shirt and a pair of ProGrid Ride 3 trainers. Simply visit our competition page and tell us: What kind of shoe is the ProGrid Ride 3? There are four options to choose from so Good Luck.

Up And Coming Races

Race Listings pageFather's Day weekend gives dads a chance to enjoy running with their families, as the MHFS 10K For Men is on Sunday morning. Glen Moray will also be playing host to 10 mile and 10K road races on the same day. Midweek, the Jogscotland Healthy Working Lives 5K Challenges come to the Borders and Glasgow. Next Saturday sees hill racing at the Eagle Crag, Finella and Eildon 2 Hill Races, with the Dundee Half Marathon, Wee Sporran 2K and Ythan Challenge taking place on Sunday June 27.

Good Luck to all taking part in races over the next fortnight, remember to check out for all race listings and results.

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