Posted on October 27, 2017
Take your place on the start line with over 23,000 runners, joggers and walkers on Sunday 2 September 2012.
Online entries have now closes. Entries will be accepted at the race office on the dates and times noted below.
Jury’s Inn Glasgow, 80 Jamaica Street, Glasgow, G1 4QG
Thursday 30 August 2012 – 08:00 – 20:00 hrs
Friday 31 August 2012 – 08:00 – 20:00 hrs
Saturday 1 September 2012 – 09:00 – 18:00 hrs
Please note that Jury’s Inn Glasgow has no involvement in administration or organisation of the event.Please note no entries will be accepted on the day of an event and race packs cannot be collected on the day of your race.
17 August 2012 is the deadline for postal entries and to guarantee race pack delivery to your home address. Online entries will continue to be accepted after 17 August until 12noon on 28 August 2012.
All participants entering between 18 and 28 August will be required to collect their race pack from the race office in Jury’s Inn Glasgow between 30 August and 1 September. Entrants are not required to collect their own race pack however proof of entry is required by an individual collecting a pack on behalf of a participant. Last minute entries will also be taken on 30 August, 31 August and 1 September at the race office.
We want the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run to be open to as many people as possible and we actively welcome walkers and power walkers to participate. Should you intend to walk either the 10k or half marathon course it is advised however that you should have recent experience of walking a similar distance and should have completed an appropriate training programme.
On your race entry please ensure you clearly mark that you intend to walk the route. Please also select this option if you are undecided at the time of entry as to whether you may or may not walk the course. On race day you will be allocated to a start group at the rear of the main field and during the race we ask you to keep to the sides of the course in order to allow any runners who may have fallen behind you to pass.
In some instances other participants have experienced problems passing walkers who have linked arms in large groups or who have walked side-by-side. This is not appropriate race etiquette and we discourage such behaviour to ensure all participants have a safe and enjoyable race day experience.
Please read the race information booklet that you will receive in your entrants pack prior to the race carefully. Please be aware that if you are slower than anticipated and wish to continue the race after the roads have re-opened to traffic, you will need to leave the carriageway and continue on the pavements. A tail car and sweeper bus will be in operation, the tail car will drive the route at walking pace. As the tail vehicle approaches, participants will be asked to move on to the pavements and use pedestrian crossing points until the race finish, and in effect regard themselves as a pedestrian. For your own safety please be aware that all course and medical facilities will cease at this point.