Following the success of the 10th Men’s 10K in Glasgow in June, the event comes to Edinburgh for the first time on Sunday (1 November). The Scottish capital will see runners head from the Royal Mile to BT Murrayfield Stadium ahead of International Men's Day on 19 November.
Men’s 10K Comes To The Capital
Event director Neil Kilgour said: “The Men’s 10K plays such an important role in Scotland, inspiring thousands of men of all ages and abilities to get that little bit fitter. Running a 10K is a great challenge for anyone whether they are just starting out or already take part in regular sport. The benefits of exercise are universally accepted, but in the UK, we quite simply don’t do enough of it.
“Everyone saw how Scotland got behind last year's Commonwealth Games, but watching sport is not enough. Every runner taking part in the Men's 10K can expect a taste of that brilliant, supportive atmosphere. So we say to Scotland's men stop saying 'I could' 'maybe' and 'I might': take control of your life and create some positive change”.
For more information, visit the Men’s 10K website.