Baker Hughes 10K

The 2014 City of Aberdeen Baker Hughes 10k Running Festival took place on Sunday 18th May.

You can now enter for 2015!


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chip results

The easiest way to check your time and the times of your friends is to head to pick the race you were in from the drop down at the top and search by name or runner number.

Corporate Team Results 2014



About the race

The Scottish Athletics permit event is based around Aberdeen's Beach and Harbour area and has some spectacular views of the North Sea and the iconic Beach Ballroom on the route of the course.

The Festival attracts all types of entries, from the serious runners who are in it to win it, to the corporate group who enter to raise money for charity or simply the person who wants to use the event as a motivation to get fit.

The Baker Hughes 10K running Festival, organised by Sport Aberdeen is the largest 10K road race in the North East of Scotland and also includes:


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