Around 1,000 people are expected to converge on Dundee this weekend for the city’s full and half marathons.
Athletes from across Tayside will gather outside Camperdown House tomorrow morning for the start of the annual DRAM (Dundee Running Adventure Marathon) and Half DRAM events.
The runners will make their way to finish lines at Barnhill Rock Garden for the half marathon or back to Camperdown Park if they are running the full 26.2 miles.
Organisers have warned motorists that the event will cause delays as runners cross a number of roads on the route.
They cautioned drivers that they may be held up along Arbroath Road and at Maule Street in Monifieth.
A total of 755 competitors completed the Half DRAM last year, which was again run from Camperdown Park to Barnhill Rock Garden.
That race was won by Bryan Mackie in a time of one hour, 14 minutes, 26 seconds.