Scottish Half Marathon & 10k
- When: September 22, 2019
- What: Running
- Where: Just outside of Edinburgh
- Distance: 13.1 miles or 10k
- Registration fee: £20 (10k) or £25 (Half Marathon)
- Minimum fundraising pledge: £200 (10k) or £350 (Half Marathon)
Sunday 22 September 2019 is a new date for your diary! The Scottish Half Marathon & 10K is the ultimate running experience combining fast, flat routes with stunning view of East Lothian’s Golf Coast – come and be a part of it!
The route is seriously flat & rapid – if you want to set a personal best for a half marathon, then this is the event for you. Starting just outside Edinburgh, you run along the magnificent East Lothian Golf Coast before finishing in the final furlong at Musselburgh Racecourse, Scotland’s oldest racecourse. The Scottish 10K is Scotland’s newest 10K and a fantastic opportunity to grab that illusive PB!
If you’ve never run before, or this will be your 100th running event, you can’t afford to miss out on what is going to be the ‘must-do’ running event of 2019. It’s fresh and it’s exciting – give it a go and set your 2019 challenge today!
Download our 2019 Scottish Half Marathon & 10k Registration Form and return it by email or post. You can apply to run in either event:
- Half Marathon (£25 registration fee, £350 fundraising target)
- 10k (£20 registration fee, £200 fundraising target)
Why run for us?
By running for Renewable World, you will be helping us bring clean and sustainable energy to some of the world’s most remote communities.
As part of our team you’ll receive:
- FREE Renewable World running t-shirt
- FREE fundraising pack full of top tips and advice on training and how to reach your fundraising target
- Extensive pre-race support from a dedicated member of staff
- Any information about Renewable World that you may need to show sponsors the difference their money will make
Sign up today and help us power people out of poverty for a lifetime.
If you have any questions please email [email protected] or call us on +44 (0)1273 234 801.
Photo credits: Paul J Roberts / Roberts Sports Photo