The Para Sport Festival kicks off on August 1st with a week of activities for disabled children, young people and adults. The events are designed to make inclusive and para sport accessible to anyone and include mixed sports, target shooting, indoor rowing and a mini triathlon!
There are also opportunities for the public to watch some amazing para sports such as the Deaf Rugby Sevens and the Wheelchair Rugby Welsh Open. Get your spectator tickets here.
Saturday 6th sees Britain’s first-ever standalone World Triathlon Para Series event, the Volvo 2022 World Triathlon Para Series Swansea as well as the British Paratri Super Series. Both events take place in the city centre around the SA1 area and the Prince of Wales Dock.
Spectators can head down to the event village where there will be big screen, entertainment, food and drink and a great atmosphere! You can find timings and the best view points here.
The inaugural IRONMAN 70.3 Swansea triathlon takes place on Sunday 7th. The route takes in a 1.2-mile swim at the Prince of Wales Dock, a scenic 56-mile cycle around Gower and a 13.1-mile looped run along the sweep of Swansea Bay. You can see the full course route here.
Show your support along the route, find the best spectator hotspots to cheer on the athletes as they work their way towards the Museum Green for a spectacular finish.