Road Race Grand Prix

RR GP 2024 Rules

Fraser Stewart of Cambuslang Harriers and Natasha Phillips of Dundee Hawkhill Harriers were our two leading earners in the 2023 GP (photo via Inverness Half Marathon

Road Race GP 2023 – 29 athletes to share £4000 prize-money

scottishathletics are pleased to announce the return of the Road Running Grand Prix for the 2024 season. Established in 2009, the Road Running Grand Prix will incorporate five of Scotland’s biggest and best road races – with the Scottish Road Running Championships (5K to marathon) again constituting the 2024 SAL Road Running Grand Prix Series.

The format will be a £2000 prize pot for Male athletes and a £2000 prize pot for Female athletes which will be shared, based on athlete performances across the year.

Athletes will earn ’shares’ of their prize pot by running faster than the suggested A and B standards below at each of the races.

Performances which better the A standard listed earn the athlete five shares. Performances which better the B standard listed earn the athlete two shares (of the overall pot at the end of the season).

Included events are:

Scottish Half Marathon Champs: Inverness – Sunday 10 March
Scottish 10-Mile Champs: Tom Scott Road Races in Motherwell – Sunday 31 March
Scottish Marathon Champs: TCS London Marathon – Sunday 21 April
Scottish 5k Champs: Sri Chinmoy race at Silverknowes – Friday 3 May
Scottish 10k Champs: Podfather Stirling 10k – Sunday 8 September

Results from 2023

RRGP 2023 R5

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