Kelvingrove Park - September 2024 event image

Kelvingrove Park - September 2024

Kelvingrove Park - September 2024 event image Kelvingrove Park - September 2024 event image Kelvingrove Park - September 2024 event image Kelvingrove Park - September 2024 event image Kelvingrove Park - September 2024 event image

Kelvingrove Park - September 2024

Kelvin Way, Glasgow, G3 7, United Kingdom

Sun 15th September 2024

Starting at 10:00

2 races

£20.00 - £22.00

Organiser's Description

Kelvingrove Park hosts our September events in the West End of Glasgow.

Races

  • 10k

    £22.00

    Booking for more than 1?
  • 5k

    £20.00

    Booking for more than 1?

Book

  • 10k

    £22.00

    Booking for more than 1?
  • 5k

    £20.00

    Booking for more than 1?

Course Details

Flat course starting on the iconic Kelvin Way

What's Included

All our participants will receive a bespoke medal and goody bag for their efforts. The warm-up will be taken by The Gym Group.

  • Officialy Distance Measured
  • Chip Timed
  • Bespoke Medal
  • Goody Bag
  • Km Markers
  • First Aid Station
  • Fun and Friendly Atmosphere

How to Get There

Kelvingrove Park is located in the West End of Glasgow.

Parking

There is parking available nearby in Kelvinbridge Underground station car park

Location

Kelvingrove Park is located in the West End of Glasgow, The race will be located inside the grounds of the park

faqs

Do you have any age restrictions / can children take part?
Absolutely! Please In accordance with Scottish Athletics guidelines, all 5k runners should be 11 or above, and all 10k runners should be above the age of 15. Please note that children remain the responsibility of their parents/guardian throughout our events. If the parent/guardian is satisfied the child/children can confidently run 5k or 10k unaccompanied they may do so, with a parent/guardian remaining onsite at all times.

Can I run with a buggy?
Yes this is typically ok for most locations however please check the run route course as some locations can be a mix of path, trail, grass so not always suitable for running with a buggy. Also please try and stay to the left as much as possible to give room for other runners.

Can I walk / do you have a cut off time to complete the event in?
We typically have a cut off time of 1.5 hours to complete the 5k/10k races from when the event starts. 3 hours for half marathons. Walking part of a 5k event is typically fine but the 10k races are mostly for running (with a bit of walking/jogging if necessary!).

Can I run with my dog/are you canicross friendly
Yes, we love too see dogs running with their owners! Please ensure your dog is on a short lead/harness and that you are careful on the course and respect other runners and park users.

Can I wear headphones?
Yes we do allow this but please note it is your responsibility to make sure you can hear what's going on around you when running, including marshals and general public. Please keep the volume at a level whereby you can hear any important announcements that may be made.

Event Video

Reviews

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KC
Kim

·7 months ago

Not accurately measured so came up short of 5k and marshals weren't always aware of what direction to send the runners

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