Information and maps on road closures during the Stirling Marathon can be found on the official event website here.

Join Stirling 2019

Marathon - Half Marathon

Sunday 28th April 2019

Entry Price: Half Marathon - £36 per entry, Marathon - £58 per entry

Minimum age: 17+ for half marathon; 18+ for the marathon

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Family Run

Entry Price: Family Run - £8 per entry, Mockit Run - £8 per entry

Minimum age: 3 - 8 (Family Run) 9- 15 years old (Mockit Run)

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Visit the Official Website for more information.

TIMETABLE


Simplyhealth Great Stirling Family Run provisional timetable - Saturday 27 April 2019:


11:30 Event area and information point opens
12:00 Family assembly area opens
12:15 Start of the first Family Run wave
12:55 Final Family Run wave
13:15 Mockit Run assembly area opens
13:30 Start of the first Mockit Run wave
15:00 Mockit Run event finishes
15:30 Event site closes

*NB. All times are subject to change in the lead up to the event

Run for Charity

Raising money for charity is a big part of the Stirling Scottish Marathon experience for many runners.
You may be able to run for a charity by agreeing to raise sponsorship money.

The Simplyhealth Great Stirling Run features a city centre start and finish!


Starting in the city centre near to the imposing Stirling Castle, runners will make their way along the A84, passing Blair Drummond Safari Park on their way towards Doune.

Crossing the historic Bridge of Teith, the route continues through Doune and on to Dunblane. 

The route then follows the old A9, entering Bridge of Allan, then on to the University of Stirling where runners will complete a circuit of the campus, rejoining Airthrey Road, passing the historic Wallace Monument.

A new part of the course will take in a long, scenic section along Hillfoots Road through Blairlogie, close to Tullibody, before returning to Stirling via the Springkerse area, along the riverside, and into the city centre, finishing on King's Park Road, alongside King's Park.

Please note: the course may be subject to change.

Marathon Course Map

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