Stirling Scottish Marathon
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The Stirling Scottish Marathon is a new event for 2017 and is part of the Great Run Marathon Series.
The Great Run Company is proud to announce the launch of the Stirling Scottish Marathon, an event destined to become one of the UK's greatest mass participation road running events.
Held in the spectacular and historic setting of Stirlingshire, the predominantly fast and flat course will provide an awe-inspiring experience for experienced and first time marathoners alike.
Starting in Blair Drummond Safari Park, with giraffes and elephants to send you on your way, the course takes in historic Doune Village and its famous castle through the beautiful towns of Dunblane and Bridge of Allan, around Stirling University, past the Wallace Monument and finishing under the shadow of Stirling Castle in Stirling city centre.
It will be a unique marathon experience unlike any other!
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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 Stirling Scottish 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 firstname.lastname@example.org and 0300 123 5461.