Men’s 10K

The first Men’s 10K took place in Glasgow in 2004, originally started by the Men’s Health Forum Scotland as a focal point for raising awareness of men’s health issues. The event continues to help thousands of guys on their journey to becoming a fitter, healthier and happier person. Men’s 10K events take place in both Glasgow & Edinburgh, and we want YOU to come along and take part. Maybe you’ve not done any exercise in a while and need a goal to motivate you, maybe you want to challenge your mates, or maybe you want to raise some cash for a worthwhile cause – whatever your reason, the Men’s 10K is the perfect opportunity for you to lace up those trainers and make a difference, either to your own life or someone else’s.
  • “@Mens10k in Edinburgh a cracking event this morning, brilliant route through town. 45mins 25 secs, I'll be back to beat that next time!”

  • “Loved running the @Mens10k in glorious Edinburgh sunshine today. Was buzzing like a kid on Christmas morning at the start line! #Mens10k”

    Erik Geddes
  • "#TeamCullen completed @Mens10k. Tired legs but happy souls. Our love to Liam."

    Renfrew High School
  • “Thanks @Mens10k and brilliant team for a great race, one of the best 10ks in the UK. #positiveMENtality #Edinburgh”

    Stephen Ingledew
  • "Best 10k route ever and most possibly the best 10k I've done. Absolutely loved it and will definitely be doing it next year as I want 40 mins!"

    James Shirlaw
  • "@Mens10k had a great day today for my first 10k only started running in January to lose weight and got 52.38 well pleased thanks!"

    Richard Moonan
  • "@Mens10k so proud of my husband @johnpaul_86 who ran his first 10k today to raise money in memory of our baby boy Keane."

    Siobhan Taylor
  • "Not only does the Men's 10K benefit those who take part, it allows men to raise money for good causes too."

    James Baxter



The beautiful city centre route starts outside the Riverside Museum before heading east along the River Clyde passing the Glasgow Science Centre, The Armadillo, The SECC and the SSE Hydro, continuing down Saltmarket, to Glasgow Green and the People’s Palace before finishing in George Square.Enter now



This stunning 10k route begins on the Royal Mile, passing by many of Edinburgh’s most iconic landmarks including the Scott Monument, Holyrood Palace and Dynamic Earth before heading back through the Grassmarket and onto a grandstand finish at BT Murrayfield Stadium.Enter now

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