While most dads were lazing out in bed or cooling with a Sunday Roast, these hardy chaps put on their running shoes and faced a whopping 10 kilometer sprint to the finish line.
Sponsored by mental health charity View Me, the race at Glasgow’s Bellahouston Park hoped to raise awareness of mental health issues in society.
Occasion supervisor for the Men’s 10k, Sarah McMillan said: “we’re so pleased with the achievements of thousands of men and their families over this weekend observing men’s well-being and demonstrating that men in Scotland do care about their health and well being.
“A special thank you has to go to all our amazing volunteers, providers and, of course, event sponsors without whom the Men’s 10k Holiday just wouldn’t occur. We trust we know it has been a wonderful start to our summer of sport and the events of the weekend are a real inspiration to all in Scotland.
“Here’s to our 10th year in 2015!”