Go for Gold Sporting Break Guide
Enjoy your own gold medal-winning moment with the ultimate guide
to a Games-inspired sporting break in Glasgow. Find out about all
the sporting activities you can enjoy during your visit here.
Take a spin on the Sir Chris Hoy Velodrome. Anyone can take the
opportunity to ride the track and experience this
incredible cycling experience.
Whizz past stunning vistas at Cathkin Braes
Mountain Bike Circuit. Unveiled in May 2013, this fantastic new
circuit is now open to the public and free to use.
Bowl for glory in Glasgow's iconic West End for free. The
setting may be tranquil, but don't be fooled - this is Lawn
Bowls and the stakes are high.
Bat on at table
tennis venues throughout the city. Visitors to Glasgow can
practise their ping pong at flagship Games venue, Emirates Arena,
or at Glasgow Club Donald Dewar.
Take a dip at Tollcross International Swimming
Centre. The new six-lane 50 metre swimming pool makes
this venue one of the biggest of its kind in Europe!
Shoot from the hip at Loch Lomond Shooting
School. Visitors to Glasgow can try their hand at clay pigeon or
air rifle shooting at Loch Lomond.
Spin, swirl and somersault your way to stardom with gymnastics
workshops in Glasgow's West End. You can learn trapeze,
aerial rope, aerial skills and more.
Sevens fans can warm up for next year's international
extravaganza at the Emirates Airline Glasgow 7s, which will take
place at Scotstoun Stadium on Saturday 3 and Sunday 4 May
Have a Mo Farah moment in one of Glasgow's green spaces.
Visitors to Glasgow can test their own endurance on a scenic running
route across on of the city's best parks.