Hundreds of runners set to recreate iconic Chariots of Fire beach race in St Andrews
and live on Freeview channel 276
They will be dressed in white, to mirror the outfits worn in the 1981 hit film, which told the true story of Eric Liddell, a devout Scottish Christian, and Harold Abrahams from England who brought glory to their country in the Olympic Games of 1924.
It’s the tenth running of the race of the race - and the first since lockdown began two years ago.
It includes a 5k, and a children's one-mile fun run.
Last minute places may be available to give people the chance to relive a bit of movie history.
The event includes the promise of a Fisher and Donaldson fudge doughnut and a beer courtesy of St Andrews Brewing Company at the end for adults - and ice cream from Janettas for children.
The 5k race is a simple out and back along the beach – and competitors can run through the waves should they wish.
All proceeds after essential costs will go to the RNLI and two local St Andrews-based charities Families First St Andrews and Home Start NE Fife.
The prizes, post race goodies and many services have been supplied free of charge by many local businesses.