Team GB's curling team brush up on running skills for Great Scottish Run

TEAM GB's men's curling team swapped their slip shoes for trainers as they continued to train for the Great Scottish Run.

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Team GB curling team in action
Team GB curling team in action

With less than six weeks to go until Scotland's biggest mass participation sporting event, skip David Murdoch and his team, Greg Drummond, Michael Goodfellow and Scott Andrews, are putting in the training miles any time they can.

Taking place over the first weekend in October, the Bank of Scotland Great Scottish Run attracts people of all ages and abilities.

Scotland's biggest weekend of running starts with the School's Challenge on Friday October 3, followed by family events on 'Super Saturday' (including the family mile, junior race and toddler dash) and concludes on Sunday when thousands of people will take to the streets of Glasgow in the 10k and half marathon races.


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