First held in 1982 the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run has grown each year, with the 2012 event reaching a record high of 24,089 to reaffirm the race as the largest mass participation sporting event in the country.VIEW THE HALF MARATHON ON THE DAY GUIDE
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Giving people of all ages and abilities the chance to participate, the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run combines a half marathon and 10k senior races on Sunday 6 October 2013, with a full programme of mini, junior and toddler races on Saturday 5 October in and around George Square and the city centre.
The much-loved senior events are certain to excite the international and club athletes, fun runners and those taking part to raise money for a charity close to their heart.
The 2013 course will again start in George Square and finish on Glasgow Green.
The entry fee will be £25 for the 10k and £30 for the half-marathon.
With six separate races over the weekend, the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run is the most inclusive race of its kind in the country. It is a fantastic opportunity for family, friends and people of all ages and abilities to participate together.
Saturday 5 October
09:45 Junior Run (2.5k)
10:30 Mini Run (1.5k)
11:15 Family Mile (1 mile)
12:00 Toddler Dash (100m approx.)
Sunday 6 October
11.00 Half Marathon