Scottish 10K 2021

Event details

Date: 19th Sep 2021

Street Address: Musselburgh Racecourse

City: Musselburgh

Country: Scotland

Postcode: EH21 7RG

If you’d like to run in aid of Prostate Scotland, and even set a personal best, then taking part in the Scottish 10K 2021 is an ideal time to attempt it – this route is seriously flat and rapid.

The Scottish 10K route starts and finishes at Musselburgh Racecourse, running along the coast through the picturesque harbour towns of Prestonpans and Cockenzie, from where you will loop back before heading back to Musselburgh Racecourse for your grandstand finish.   This event takes place on the same day and in conjunction with the Scottish Half Marathon, which starts at the Meadowmill Sports Centre in Tranent.

This is a popular running event with a fun and friendly atmosphere, and usually benefits from some sunshine and warmth too!

As a supporter undertaking this event in aid of Prostate Scotland you will receive:

  • Pre-race information about how to get sponsorship and fundraise and how to make it easy, safe and fun!
  • Specially designed Prostate Scotland T or running shirt/vest and water bottle
  • Post- race a Prostate Scotland Certificate of Appreciation

The Scottish 10K will provide:

  • Great finisher’s medal
  • Wicking finisher’s T-shirt
  • Keyring
  • Race recovery pack
  • Accurate chip timing
  • Tailored training plan
  • Water & Energy Gels on route
  • Grandstand finish at Musselburgh Racecourse
  • And a fantastic running experience!

I would like to register for a free place in this event

  • Personal details:
  • Please select the type of clothing you would like us to send you:
  • Please select your size of clothing:
    I declare I will be 18 years or over on the day of the event. I accept that Prostate Scotland will not be liable for any loss, damage, action, claim, costs, expenses, which may arise in consequence of my organisation of and participation in the events and that the event is not the responsibility of Prostate Scotland and will ensure that it is not described as on behalf of the charity. I shall do nothing that brings the name of Prostate Scotland into disrepute and not make any public statements on behalf of the charity. Any reference that I make to Prostate Scotland will ensure that I state that I am raising funds in aid of Prostate Scotland. I undertake not to collect funds in the street in aid of Prostate Scotland without obtaining a local authority licence. I also hereby give Prostate Scotland my permission to use my name and photographic likeness for promotional purposes for the charity. If I am cycling in aid of Prostate Scotland I understand that Prostate Scotland expects me to wear a helmet for my own health and safety

Registration form

If you already have a place in this event and would like to take part in aid of Prostate Scotland, please fill out the form below.
  • Please select the type of clothing you would like us to send you:
  • Please select your size of clothing:
    Prostate Scotland does not share its supporters data with third parties or inundate them with fundraising requests. Selecting YES now will assist us to address prostate disease issues now and in the future
    I declare I will be 18 years or over on the day of the event. I accept that Prostate Scotland will not be liable for any loss, damage, action, claim, costs, expenses, which may arise in consequence of my organisation of and participation in the events and that the event is not the responsibility of Prostate Scotland and will ensure that it is not described as on behalf of the charity. I shall do nothing that brings the name of Prostate Scotland into disrepute and not make any public statements on behalf of the charity. Any reference that I make to Prostate Scotland will ensure that I state that I am raising funds in aid of Prostate Scotland. I undertake not to collect funds in the street in aid of Prostate Scotland without obtaining a local authority licence. I also hereby give Prostate Scotland my permission to use my name and photographic likeness for promotional purposes for the charity. If I am cycling in aid of Prostate Scotland I understand that Prostate Scotland expects me to wear a helmet for my own health and safety.