All about the 10k

The course, pacemakers and your comments

Cumbernauld 10k 2014

Starting and finishing inside Broadwood Stadium, our course takes a varied route along the surrounding roads then around the scenic Broadwood Loch.

The race is popular with both club athletes and fun runners.

And if you're aiming for a personal goal, we have pace makers to help you achieve that.

We're delighted with some of the comments we've received about the event:

"Got my best ever 10k time of this course."

"People who haven't done it yet, put it in your calendar... it's a great course and one of my top 3 10ks throughout the year..."

"The activities for families were absolutely superb and massively added to what was a fun day out."

"Never done anything like this before. Enjoyed every minute of it from start to finish. The marshals and police kept our spirits high and offered encouragement exactly when we needed it. Can't wait to take part in my next organised 10k!"

Residents and businesses in the area around Broadwood Stadium are asked to be aware of traffic restrictions on Sunday 16 September to accommodate the event.

Between 9.30am and 1.00pm, the following roads will be closed:

  • Atholl Drive, from the amenity path around Broadwood Loch to Broadwood Roundabout
  • Westfield Road, from the west side of Broadwood Roundabout to Deerdykes Roundabout
  • Mollins Road, from the junction with Deerdykes Roundabout to the junction with Drumgrew Roundabout
  • Kirkintilloch Road, from Drumgrew Roundabout to Blackwood East Roundabout (the west bound carriageway only).

Police officers will be located at each of the key junctions and, if and when it is safe to do so, will allow vehicles in and out of houses and businesses during the restricted times. 


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