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Feel Great & Support Others This Autumn

Sign up for Glasgow's blockbuster event and do your bit for charity along the way...

Glasgow’s iconic event returns to the city’s streets on 2 October, so get signed up and take your place on the start line for either the Great Scottish Run 10K or Half Marathon and get ready to feel Great!

Organisers are inviting runners from across the country (and beyond) to come and celebrate everything that’s incredible about the city. This is an event that shows participants the two sides of Glasgow from its urban streets to the city's beautiful green spaces. They don't call Glasgow, Dear Green Place for nothing you know.  

Starting in the heart of the city, runners will soak up the atmosphere and music all the way to the finish in Glasgow Green, passing entertainment zones every kilometre. It really is a party atmosphere from start to finish. Both the half marathon and 10K promise stunning routes that pass some of the city’s most famous landmarks and parks.

Glasgow is egalitarian in its nature and so is this event, there is a run for everyone, from locals to celebrated athletes, whether it’s your first 10K or your 50th half marathon you can expext an inclusive celebration of Scottish running, with music blazing, crowds buzzing, legs pumping and fists bumping. Glasgow comes alive on Great Scottish Run weekend.

Join thousands of your friends and neighbours at the Great Scottish Run this year, and if you need even more reason to run, why not sign up to support a charity like Chest, Heart & Stroke Scotland (CHSS). By taking part and fundraising in aid of CHSS you can fight back against loneliness, stop fear in its tracks and keep people alive for longer. A spokesperson from the charity said: "Help us support even more people who are living with the effects of serious chest, heart and stroke conditions in your local community."

If you'd like to know more about running the Great Scottish Run for CHSS then visit the charity website here.

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