Scottish Running Guide

is a 96 page colour publication packed with information about running in Scotland, including:

  • races in Scotland
  • a running log
  • equipment supplement
  • where to find Scotland's specialist running shops

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  • Farah Set For Edinburgh

    28 NOV

    Mo Farah Cross-CountryIt’s shaping up to be a busy 2015 for Mo Farah after he confirmed he will kick-start his season at the international Great Edinburgh XCountry event in January. The 31-year-old is also preparing to defend his 5,000m and 10,000m titles at the World Championships in Beijing.

  • Be Brave And Run For SAMH

    28 NOV

    Maurice DonohueIn addition to it being St Andrews Day on Sunday (30 November), the patriotically named Braveheart Fun Runs will also be taking place in support of the Scottish Association of Mental Health (SAMH). Peterhead Football Club in association with Peterhead jogscotland will host the runs, featuring 1, 3, 5, and 10K  distances.

  • Get Cracking For Christmas 5K

    27 NOV

    Christmas Cracker 5K
    Entries are now open for the final event in the jogscotland Challenge Series 2014 - the Christmas Cracker 5K. The fun, friendly event will take place on Sunday 14 December, with a route around the loch in Strathclyde Country Park, which participants can walk, jog or run.

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  • Vote Jo

    26 NOV

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    On the face of it, Jo Pavey should not really be in with a chance of winning next month’s BBC Sports Personality of the Year (writes Chris Broadbent).

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