City of Stirling 10km and 2km Road Races – Sunday 9 September 2018
It’s all over for another year: congratulations to everyone who took part. The results are available on the Sport Systems website.
The 10k was the Scottish Championships for 2018, and there’s a race report on the Scottish Athletics website. There are also photos of participants in both races on Bobby Gavin’s That One Moment website.
We expect that the 2019 races will be on Sunday 8 September 2019 (subject to confirmation), and that the race arrangements will be similar to this year. You may find it useful to have a look through the FAQs below from the 2018 races.
Race run under Scottish Athletics rules: permit number 10157
How do I enter?
Entries are through the Sport Systems website:
Where do I get further information and my number?
All entrants will receive a confirmation email once entries are closed, and will be able to check the entrants’ list on the Sport Systems website. Numbers and chips will be sent out a couple of weeks before the race. Those who enter very close to the race will be able to pick up their packs on the day.
If you have an entry query, you can email ku.oc1545197715.smet1545197715systr1545197715ops@s1545197715eiriu1545197715qne1545197715
When is it and where does it start?
The race starts at Forthbank Stadium in Stirling – Sunday 9 September 2018. The 2k Fun Run will start at 9.30am and the 10k race will start at 10.15am.
Do you have to be a Club runner to enter the 10k?
No, definitely not! The race is open to anyone aged 15 or over.
Is it a tough course?
No – the course is flat and fast – ideal for first time 10k runners, or those of you looking for an improved time.
Can I just walk the 10k for fun?
This is a 10k road race and we don’t really recommend it for walkers. The course will not be marshalled or policed from about 11.20am so we couldn’t guarantee the safety of participants finishing after this time.
Do I have to enter before the race?
Yes – entry website details are above. Applications will be accepted through the Primo Events website until 9 September or until the race limit is reached – so make sure you get your entry in early. Last year we did have to turn applicants away. 2K runners must also enter in advance.
Is the 2k Fun Run only for kids?
It is intended as a children’s event, but we won’t turn you away so long as you agree to play nicely. An adult must accompany children under 8 years old.
Where does the course go?