Online entries have now closed for the Men's Health 10K but those wishing to take part can still do so with late registration open tomorrow and Saturday. The race is organised by Men's Health Forum Scotland and will be held in Bellahouston Park on Sunday (16 June) with around 3000 men expected to take part.
The late-entry sessions will be held from 6pm-8pm on Friday and 10am-3pm on Saturday, at the portacabin in the Race Village in Bellahouston Park. Runners are advised to bring cash or a cheque as there are no card-processing facilities. Registration is still open for the Rascal Run which precedes the 10K and sees youngsters from toddlers to teens take on a 3k course.
Race organisers are encouraging people to sign up for the main event: "Please help us make this year's event the biggest ever by signing up - and challenging all your workmates, family and friends to do the same! You can really feel the excitement building as we get closer to Sunday. If you're thinking of getting involved, don't delay. The worst feeling in the world would be sitting at home, wishing you were taking part. There's still time.
"We hope a huge turn-out of family and friends will be at Bellahouston Park on Sunday to support their loved ones taking on the Men's 10K challenge. There's going to be a feast of entertainment, stalls and more. Come along and enjoy the camaraderie and support of a genuinely feelgood event. It's going to be a great day for all the family - full of excitement, fun, friendship and inspirational achievement."
This year also sees the introduction of real-time tracking by TDL Event Services, meaning friends and family can keep up-to-date with runners' progress at the event via Facebook and Twitter. The weather is predicted to be sunny with some rain and highs of 18C.
For more information, visit the event website.