Brian Goodwin 10k

After 2 years of absence, we are delighted to announce the return of the Brian Goodwin Memorial 10k! 

The Brian Goodwin Memorial 10k has become a 'must-race' event on the Scottish running circuit, and it is back in 2020 on Friday 17 June (7.30 pm start).

Bellahouston Harriers' flagship 10k road race combines fast racing and a competitive field with a Friday night in summer vibe and the promise of a free beer and burger at the finish line.

This year's race incorporates the Renfrewshire 10k championships. 

(Which includes the following clubs: Bellahouston Harriers, Bellahouston Road Runners, Giffnock North AC, Greenock Glenpark Harriers, Inverclyde AC,  Kilbarchan AAC) 

The race starts and finishes at Cartha Queen's Park RFC (92 Dumbreck Road, Glasgow, G41 4SN), and is staged over a two-loop course largely inside the scenic grounds of Pollok Park. The course route is officially certified and benefits from traffic management controls which ensured all sections run outside the park will be on traffic-free roads.

We are grateful to our race sponsor Migo Sports for their continued enthusiasm in supporting running in Glasgow’s Southside.

Olympian Callum Hawkins and former European junior champion Morag Millar were the race winners in 2019, when the top six finished in a time of 30:16 or under, 28 finishers broke 34 minutes, and the women’s course record was smashed by all three women who made the podium. We look forward to seeing what the field of 2022 will achieve!

Early bird entries are available at £16 for SA members and £18 for non-SA members until Friday 10th April. Entries taken after this will cost £19 for SA members and £21 for non-SA members and online entries will close on Monday 6th June. Early entry is encouraged as the 2017, 2018 and 2019 events sold out in advance.

Bellahouston Harriers extends a warm welcome to all runners, families and supporters, and encourages them to stay and socialise at the clubhouse at Cartha, where the barbecue and post-race prize-giving will be hosted. Prizes will be awarded to the first three males and females. Team and age-group prizes are also on offer.

The event is held under UK Athletics rules and is a Scottish Athletics licensed event.