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Great Scottish Run Half Marathon
Get your own place
- Sign up at the Great Scottish Run Half Marathon website
- Get a sponsorship pack from us
- Get set and go!
Get a charity place
You can register for a charity place through us if you pedge to raise a minimum of £400 in sponsorship.
Or, alternatively, give us a call on 0300 123 5461 and we can register you over the phone.
Got a place already?
Request your sponsorship pack and join our team.
Run past some of the Glasgow's famous attractions at the Great Scottish Run Half Marathon.
The Great Scottish Run Half marathon is one of Scotland's very best road races, and attracts more and more people each year.
The course takes you past some of the city's most famous attractions, before finishing at Glasgow Green.
If the half marathon isn't what you are looking for you can alternatively take part in the Great Scottish Run 10k.
All the money raised from this year's event will be used to fund research in your local area, for more information on our work in Glasow please click here:
Join our team and help us to beat cancer sooner.
Race day information
Unfortunately due to the huge number of events at this time of year, the Sports Team are not able to attend the Great Scottish Run Half Marathon. But fear not, we will be here every step of the way to help you with your training and fundraising and are always at the end of the phone should you need us! Please do encourage your friends and family to come and cheer you on and we look forward to hearing how race day went. Please do share your stories with us via email@example.com and 0300 123 5461.
Any questions? Click here to read our most frequently asked questions, which should provide you with all the information you need. Or, you can contact the Sports Team on 0300 123 5461.
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