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  • Pick Your Distance At Glentress

    17 NOV

    There is something for everyone at tomorrow's (Saturday 18 November) Glentress 21K Trail Half Marathon and 10K Night Trail Run. Runners will tackle some of the amazing trails that Glentress Forest has to offer including single track, open forest tracks and possibly a 'bit' of mud.

  • One Race Good; Four Races Better?

    16 NOV

    International Running Challenge Lanzarote

    November is a great time to get away from Britain's grey skies for winter sun, fun and a run. Many head overseas for a marathon or half marathon somewhere warm but for a growing number of athletes one race is simply not enough.

  • Sample The Magic Of NYC

    15 NOV

    After the success of the 2017 TCS New York City Marathon, that saw 50,766 people finishing the race, the 2018 edition will take place on Sunday 4 November. This year runners came from 139 different countries to run in New York City and compete in one of the six World Marathon Majors.

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  • Celebrating 125 Years Of Bellahouston Harriers

    10 NOV

    group photo of Bella Harriers

    On a crisp and sunny autumn morning, following a trail linking three Glasgow parks marked only with flour and chalk, more than 40 members and friends retraced the footsteps of our predecessors to mark 125 years of Bellahouston Harriers. A multi-terrain route led runners from Bellahouston Park over grass fields, up muddy trails and along leafy pavements to the finish within Queen's Park via the beautiful surrounds of Pollok Park.

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