Scottish Half Marathon & 10k

Scottish Half Marathon & 10k

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!

Get your place online here or alternatively, you can sign up for a free charity place here, in return for your pledge to raise a minimum sponsorship (as detailed below) for Medical Detection Dogs.

Charity Places:

  • Registration Fee: Dependent on event
  • Minimum Sponsorship: Dependent on event

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You could join #MDDchallenge to take part in any of the following amazing events:-

10K race – Registration Fee: £15, Minimum Sponsorship Pledge: £195

Half Marathon – Registration Fee: £20, Minimum Sponsorship Pledge: £300

Edinburgh – Sunday 22 September 2019
Distance: Half Marathon 13.1 Miles

Distance: 10K

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Own Place
If you have purchased your own place directly with the event organiser, via a public ballot or through your local gym or club and would like to fundraise for us, please let us know by emailing challengeevents@medicaldetectiondogs.org.uk.

When you join #MDDchallenge you’ll receive:

  • A running vest and/or T-shirt to raise awareness
  • A fundraising pack full of advice, tips and support and everything you’ll need to get started
  • Regular emails with support, updates and extra fundraising tips

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