Edinburgh 5k Winter Run 2020: Can you spot yourself in our photo gallery?

Edinburgh residents and visitors were invited to dust off their running shoes on Saturday (1 February 2020) with a variety of running events for all the family at Holyrood Park.

Monday, 3rd February 2020, 11:45 am
Updated Monday, 3rd February 2020, 11:55 am
Did you take part in the run?

Popular races included the 5km road run, the Family Mile and the Toddler Dash - can you spot yourself in our gallery?

Here you can see Sarah-Louise and Scott with their daughter Sienna taking part in the winter run
From the toddler dash to the family loop around Arthur’s Seat, Saturday’s event proved enjoyable for everyone, regardless of age

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Wind and rain wasn’t enough to put these intrepid runners off their goals to take part in the event run by Durty Events and Triathlon Edinburgh
It’s important for runners of any ages to warm up properly before undertaking any physical activity
Those taking part in the full 5km run got to enjoy views of Arthur’s Seat as they made their way around the iconic Edinburgh landmark in a clockwise direction
Runners completing the 5km winter run received a finishers momento and some water at the finishing line
The Toddler Dash was open to kids up to the age of five years old, who also needed to be accompanied by an adult
It was recommended that those new to running should check out the NHS’s Couch to 5K app to get them in running form in 9 weeks
The 5K winter run began at 10:30am, with the prize giving kicking off at 11:30am
The Family Mile event saw families taking part in a flat, one mile run which started and ended on Queens Drive
The Family Mile started at 12:30pm, making it the last of the running events to kick off on Saturday
Kerry Hunter and her daughter Elise, from Fife, can be seen here showing off their hard earned runners medal
Runners could also enjoy the likes of various food and drinks vendors, like Flahute Coffee, Bonnie Burrito, Luti’s Pizzas and Meat Stack to enjoy after working hard during the run
Runners could get access to accurate running times due to the tracking chip located in their run number, which was attached to them at the start of the race
Despite it being Scotland (and February!), the rain and the wind couldn’t stop runners from turning out in scores to take part in the run