The route starts and finishes just outside Edinburgh at Musselburgh Racecourse. You will follow the final section of the seriously flat and rapid Scottish Half Marathon route, running along the magnificent Golf Coast before finishing in the final furlong at Musselburgh Racecourse; Scotland’s oldest racecourse. Come and be a part of it!
Date: Sunday 23rd September 2018
Start time: 9am, starting at Musselburgh Racecourse, Musselburgh, EH21 7RG.
Price: There are various options, please click here to be taken to them
Age: 15 years and over
The race: The Scottish 10K is a road race over a measured distance of 10 kilometres. It is delivered under a permit from Scottish Athletics. The race will be run and refereed under the rules of Scottish Athletics.
Route: Fast & flat.The route starts and finishes just outside Edinburgh at Musselburgh Racecourse. You will follow the final section of the seriously flat and rapid Scottish Half Marathon route and run along the magnificent Golf Coast before finishing in the final furlong at Musselburgh Racecourse; Scotland’s oldest racecourse. Runners must be over 15 years old on the day of the race to participate. Please note the route may be subject to change. To view the route map, please click here.
Run for Charity: Why not run for one of our Affiliate Charities? Your chosen charity will support you all the way, from the day you enter to the moment you cross the finish line. Click here to find out more!
Entry benefits: Each runner will receive a wicking technical finishers T-shirt, accurate chip timing, a training plan based on your fitness level, a fantastic medal, results posted on the website within 48 hours, a race recovery pack and fantastic running experience.
*finisher’s items are subject to change
Event Day Transport: For information on different transport options, click here.
Course time limit: The Scottish 10K will operate a strict maximum cut off time of 1 hour 30 minutes for all participants. The 10K is a serious athletics endurance race which requires a large amount of appropriate training and preparation in order to complete it safely. Therefore we strongly discourage participants who do not intend to complete the course within this time limit. Any runner who does not complete the course in 1 hour 30 minutes will not be permitted to complete the race and will not receive a result. A sweeper bus follows the race at 1 hour 45 minute pace and if you are passed by the sweep bus at any point and for any reason, you will be asked to get onto the bus which will transport you back to the Finish area at the earliest possible opportunity. If you decide to not get onto the sweep bus, your running number is recorded and you are removed from the race, from this point onwards you will be continuing independently of the event and at your own risk. You will be recorded as a DNF within the results of the event.
Your result information: A full list of results will be published online, on the results page of the event website following each race. Full and final results will also be made available to relevant parties for the purposes of verification for other events or for the updating of ranking systems.
Baggage: Runners will be able to drop their baggage off at the baggage trucks at the start area and these will be transported to the finish area for you to pick up after you have finished your race.
Photographs: Our official race photographers are Marathon Photos. Please visit their website at www.marathon-photos.com to find a photograph of yourself after the race.
Accommodation: If you are looking to book accommodation in Edinburgh or East Lothian for the weekend of the event please visit the accommodation section of the website for more information. We recommend booking in advance to avoid any disappointment.
In the interest of safety: The Race Director and the Emergency Services reserve the right to stop the race at any time if deemed necessary. These would be in circumstances beyond our control and no refunds would be given.