Hundreds of runners clad in pink took on Perth’s Race for Life on Sunday. Fundraisers walked, jogged and ran the 5k and 10k races in the name of Cancer Research UK at North Inch.
Thousands of pink-clad runners took part in Fife’s 2018 Race for Life and Pretty Muddy events at the weekend. The challenges took place in Kirkcaldy’s Beveridge Park across Saturday and Sunday and raised money for Cancer Research UK. For more, click here.
Dundee’s annual Pretty Muddy and Race for Life events were declared “muddy brilliant” on Sunday. More than 2,000 participants walked, ran, sprinted, leapt and splashed their way through various courses in aid of Cancer Research UK at Camperdown Country Park.
Hundreds of people took part in a Father’s Day event at Glamis Castle to play their part in beating prostate cancer.
At 69, most would want to put their feet up on a relaxing holiday.
A former Fife teacher battling Motor Neurone Disease took to the start line of an Angus 10k in the latest challenge of a personal crusade to raise funds for research into the condition.
A Perthshire man finished second in a gruelling ultra-marathon, whilst raising money for a local mental health charity.
There is nothing more tempting than the long, clear stretch of a hotel hallway to challenge your friends to a race.
A new running event is to be launched at the scenic Lochore Meadows Country Park in a bid to get Fifers fit.
In just two days’ time, more than 39,000 runners will descend onto the streets of the capital to take part in the London Marathon.