Bank of Scotland Junior Great Scottish Run

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Race day – from 9am, Saturday 1 September 2012!

Well done to everyone who took part in the 2012 Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run Super Saturday! You were all fantastic.

Race results for the 3k, Mile and Junior Mile are now available online in the Results section.

Come and see the Olympic and Paralympic Torches

Bank of Scotland is a Proud Partner for Scotland of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games and a Presenting Partner of the London 2012 Olympic Torch Relay.  They are delighted to bring a flavour of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games to the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run Super Saturday.

Come and visit them at the Bank of Scotland marquee within George Square where you can get your picture taken with the London 2012 Olympic & Paralympic Torches. There will also be special appearances by London 2012 Mascot Mandeville and Scottish athlete Eilish McColgan.

So, why not join us when you have finished your race within George Square and join in the celebrations of this year’s fantastic Summer of sport! Marquee open from 9.30am.

Race day start times

9.45am Toddler Dash – Stars

10.15am Junior Mile

10.30am Junior 3k

11.15am Elite Invitational Mile

11.30am Award presentations

11.30am Toddler Dash – Stripes

12.00pm Family Mile

12.30pm Toddler Dash – Spots

12.45pm Toddler Dash – Squares




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The FRESH ‘N’ LO Great Scottish Run 10k

The first male Scot and the first female Scot over the line in the FRESH ‘N’ LO Great Scottish Run 10k will win a trip, courtesy of Glasgow City Council, to run in the Scotland Run 10k on 2nd April 2006, in Central Park, New York.

This trip will include airfares, accommodation and race entry. This will be the third annual Scotland Run sponsored by The Scottish Executive as part of the New York Tartan Week celebrations. This race, which is a pre-qualifier for the New York Marathon takes in the beauty of Central Park and has over 3,000 participants.

10K Ten Week Crash Course for Beginners

Do you want to improve your fitness, but don’t know where to begin? Do you need extra encouragement to spur you on? Are you afraid to run on your own? Want to take part in the big event but need help to get started?

Fear no more! Why not join the FRESH ‘N’ LO Great Scottish Run 10K Crash Course. Click Here for more information and to download the application form.

Leading Scottish athletes launch the 2005 FRESH’N’LO Great Scottish Run

Leading Scottish athletes Lee McConnell and Susan Partridge were today (5 April) joined by Councillor John Lynch, convener of Glasgow City Council’s Cultural and Leisure Services committee, and runners from jogscotland and Glasgow Women’s Jogging Network, to launch this year’s FRESH’N’LO Great Scottish Run.

This is the 24th running of the Great Scottish Run, an event that has seen around 275,000 runners raise over £30million for charitable causes since 1982. The event takes place on Sunday 5 September 2005 and will feature the usual half marathon, 10k, and 3k race for junior runners aged 9 – 17. The event attracted a record entry of just over 15,000 last year.
Organisers Glasgow City Council aim to repeat this success in 2005, and once again the senior races will begin in George Square and will head to the city’s south side across the Kingston Bridge before finishing in the traditional manner on Glasgow Green.

As well as being a world class road race attracting past winners of the Olympic and London marathons, the FRESH’N’LO Great Scottish Run is a fantastic day out, with runners taking part in fancy dress for charity and great entertainment taking place along the route. Only the Great North Run and the Flora London Marathon are bigger events of this type in the UK.Applicants can now enter online on this site. Information about training, healthy eating, charities and routes can be also be found here.

Entry for the half marathon is £19.50 for scottishathletics-affiliated runners and £21.50 for non-affiliated, for the 10k £14.50 and £16.50, and for the junior run £8.00.

Entry forms are also available from any Glasgow City Council venue, sports shops, by calling the hotline on 0845 270 0166 or clicking here.

The FRESH’N’LO Great Scottish Run was a fantastic event in 2004, and we look forward to an even better day this year

Councillor John Lynch, convener of Glasgow City Council’s Cultural and Leisure Services committee, said: “The FRESH’N’LO Great Scottish Run was a fantastic event in 2004, and we look forward to an even better day this year. People can benefit themselves and raise millions of pounds for charity by taking part in Scotland’s biggest participatory sports event. We are delighted that Robert Wiseman Dairies are once again the title sponsors of the event.”

Sandy Wilkie, sales and marketing director for Robert Wiseman Dairies said: “The Great Scottish Run is a Scottish institution and we are delighted to be supporting it and after the success of 2004’s run, very pleased that we have been able to commit to a further three years sponsorship.

“We view the run as a perfect partner for the FRESH’N’LO brand as they are both Scottish products which give a healthy, positive, fresh message. Lee and Susan are two Scottish athletes that the nation is very proud of and we are delighted to have them on board to launch the event. We wish everyone the best of luck in their training and look forward to being title sponsors of this great Scottish event once again.”


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Glasgow’s quote for the 2014 Commonwealth Gamings is now formally up and running, City Leader, Steven Purcell has announced.

He was speaking as the First Minister, Jack McConnell, announced that the Scottish federal government will certainly support the proposal and also supply considerable funding if the proposal to the Commonwealth Games Federation is successful.

Talking at Glasgow’s Hampden Park, among the recommended Games places, Councillor Purcell stated: “Glasgow and Scotland are absolutely going for gold with this bid. The financial as well as social reward of the Games will bring great benefits as well as supply a long lasting legacy for the city as well as country.

” I’m overwhelmed by the complete backing of Scottish Ministers and also the Commonwealth Games Council for Scotland, as well as I’m sure every one of Glasgow as well as Scotland will accompany us in protecting success in 2014.”

The First Minister included: “The Commonwealth Games has the potential to alter our nation. Taking the bold step to bring among the largest occasions on the planet to Scotland reveals the range of our passion as a nation and also the confidence that we have in our greatest city.

” I hope this choice will motivate hundreds of Scots to occupy the challenge of sporting activity. We want future generations to have the facilities, the confidence as well as the need making one of the most of themselves. As well as we will certainly display modern Scotland to billions of people.

” This is the ideal choice to make. Glasgow’s proposal is feasible, it is winnable as well as it will leave an enduring tradition throughout all Scotland. The competition to host the Games might well be fierce, however with the assistance of everybody in Scotland, this is a race that we could win.”

Liz Cameron, the Lord Provost of Glasgow said: “The announcement that Glasgow is to bid for the 2014 Commonwealth Games is great news. Glasgow carries several occasions demonstrated its capacity to host huge range sporting occasions as well as I am specific that it has the capability to host these video games.

” The assistance of the Scottish Executive as well as Sport Scotland is important as well as the statement by the First Minister today is really welcome. The Commonwealth Games will offer a heritage of showing off facilities for the present generation of youths as well as for future generations as well.

” The assistance of the Scottish individuals is also needed and also I am sure they will as constantly climb to the difficulty and the people of Scotland consisting of business community could only take advantage of such an occasion.”

Louise Martin CBE, Chairman, Commonwealth Games Council for Scotland said: “We are pleased that Scottish Ministers have actually consented to back a Scottish proposal for 2014. Our team believe that a Commonwealth Games in Glasgow would benefit Scotland, great for Scottish sporting activity as well as an amazing chance for Scottish athletes to contend in front of a home group.”

Welcome to the website of Scotland’s Greatest Race – the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run.

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Online entries for this year’s race on 4th September 2011 are now open! Sign up online today and enter the 2011 Half marathon or 10k at 2010 prices!

Click here to find out more and be part of Scotland’s Greatest race.

Start times:

10k – 9:30 am ;

Half marathon – 11:00 am

Race pack distribution

Race packs will be distributed from 8th August onwards. If you are concerned that you have not received your race pack please telephone 0845 270 0166 or e-mail

A downloadable copy of the runner information booklet for your race is available by clicking here.

Win a place in the 2012 Virgin London Marathon!

Be the most successful online fundraiser for the 2011 Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run and you could win a place at the 2012 Virgin London Marathon! We have teamed up with our online fundraising partner to offer you the chance to win a coveted place in the Virgin London Marathon if you raise the most money for your charity of choice through our online fundraising page.

To find out more and set up your online fundraising page, click here. Terms and conditions apply.

Pre-race pasta party!

Make the best of your final pre-race preparations with a place in our official pasta party event on 30 August 2011! Join 100 runners for a relaxed pre-event warm-up over a two-mile course in the city centre and enjoy delicious pasta and a massage when you finish.

Starting on Royal Exchange Square and finishing on West Nile Street the route is a great way to finish your pre-race preparations for the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run.

The event, organised by the Glasgow Running Network, takes place from 6.30pm on 30 August 2011 and entry costs £10 (£8 for Network members).

Welcome to the website of the 2010 Bank of Scotland Junior Great Scottish Run.

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Saturday 4th September 2010 – Glasgow Green, 10am

Well done!

Congratulations to all the thousands of runners who helped make this year’s Bank of Scotland Junior Great Scottish Run one of the best ever! Over 1,600 youngsters took part in 1.5k and 3k distance races earlier this morning.

The Bank of Scotland Junior Great Scottish Run is the second part of our race weekend that kicked off on Friday with over 3,000 school children taking part in the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish RunSchools Challenge. Pupils aged between 8 and 9 enjoyed a series of come and try sports challenges including golf, football, rugby, hockey, athletics and tennis before completing their ‘Great Scottish Run’ – a 1km road race challenge.

Today’s event, featuring 3k and 1.5k races, forms the second part of our programme introducing youngsters to athletic and gives them a real taste of competitive racing. Both races featured some of the best young runners in the country demonstrating the strength and depth of talent as we look towards Glasgow 2014.

Results for the Bank of Scotland Junior Great Scottish Run will be available online from Sunday 5th September onwards – click here to find out where you finish in Scotland’s greatest Junior race.

And remember you can pre-register for the 2011 from Sunday 5th September onwards.

Welcome to the website for the Resolution Asset Management Women’s 10K.

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The 2006 Resolution Asset Management Women’s 10K took place on Sunday 21 May 2006 with an amazing 14,963 women entering.

Race results are now available for download.

We would be delighted to receive any suggestions from visitors to this site.

The 2006 race, sponsored by Resolution Asset Management, was the biggest ever, with 14,963 signing up for the event.

This broke the previous record entry 14,512 and reaffirmed the event’s position as the UK’s biggest women only timed 10K road race.

The route made its way round Glasgow’s picturesque South side, starting and finishing in Bellahouston Park. This race again included the new and improved finish site still within Bellahouston Park which proved to be so popular in 2005.

The Event

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The Resolution Asset Management Women’s 10K 2006 will take place on Sunday 21 May starting at 10am.

Information booklet now available to download

Right click on the document image below the navigation on the left of the page and “save target as”

The 2005 race, sponsored by Resolution Asset Management, was the biggest ever, with 14,512 signing up for the event.

This broke the previous record entry 12,778 and reaffirmed the event’s position as the UK’s biggest women only timed 10K road race.

The route makes its way round Glasgow’s picturesque South side, starting and finishing in Bellahouston Park. This year’s race will again include the new and improved finish site still within Bellahouston Park which proved to be so popular in 2005.

Last years event was a resounding success, not only with athletes but with spectators as well who lined the route to cheer on the athletes. Athletes and spectators also made full use of the Entertainment Village in Bellahouston Park and enjoyed a host of free events, activities and demonstrations.

Online Entries Now Open!

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Online entries for the 2011 Ignis Asset Management Women’s 10k will open at a special discounted rate on Friday 12th November 2010!

For a limited time only enter online at 2010 prices. Enter today and take part in Scotland’s largest and best female only road race! Last year over 13,000 women signed up and told us it was the best one yet, so don’t miss what we have in store for 2011!

Signing up early is great way to kick-start your training schedule, helping you keep active and giving you the motivation to keep running over the winter months. So enter today and benefit from the special discounted rate of just £19, available only until 31 December 2010. Or, why not take your goal to the next level and benefit from fantastic savings on both the Women’s 10k and September’s Great Scottish Run 10k or Half Marathon?

Race Results

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2006 Race Results

2006 Half Marathon Wheelchair Race Results

1) Jason Gill – 01:03:39

2) Mark Telford – 01:09:52

3) Gordon Shearer – 01:36:29

To search for your result in the PDF file use the following steps:-

  • Download link to disk and open the file from the saved location.
  • Click on Acrobat Find (the binocular icon) on the Acrobat Reader toolbar.
  • Enter name or entry number in ‘Find What:’ box.
  • Click ‘Find’ until located.

You will need Acrobat Reader to view results in PDF format. If you do not have this application you can download from the link below. For best results, download these documents by right-clicking on the titles and selecting ‘Save target as”.

Please make sure you have an up-to-date version of Acrobat Reader as older versions may not be able to open these files.

2004 Race Results

A race photo service for the event is provided by SportCam Ltd.

Runners will be able to purchase pictures of themselves after the event on the SportCam Ltd website.Click the link below to visit the site.


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Over 13,000 women entered the 2010 Ignis Asset Management Women’s 10K! Well done to all participants and thank you for helping to keep this race the largest and best all women’s road race in the UK.

Those who attended enjoyed a very special day defined by the unique supportive atmosphere, ideal weather conditions and fantastic crowd turn out. Thank you to everyone involved in staging the event and to the continued support of partners and sponsors.

We hope to see you back again next year for another great day!

If you’re keen to keep up the running momentum, enter the September Great Scottish Run 10K or Half Marathon today while early-bird rates still apply!