2023 Swansea Sports Awards in association with Freedom Leisure
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Sunday 14 July 2024

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Athletes and spectators can expect a fantastic route in a race destination offering scenic beauty with the historic SA1 dockside, Gower Peninsula and the rolling green hills, pastures and rich agriculture of Rural Swansea. Athletes and their family and friends can also enjoy the views along the sweeping waterfront of Swansea Bay, Mumbles, and the beautiful Gower Peninsula.

Athletes participating in IRONMAN 70.3 Swansea will take on a 1.2-mile (1.9km) swim at the Prince of Wales Dock before cycling a 56-mile (90km) bike course. Athletes will cycle through the Mumbles along roads that hug  Gower’s coastal clifftops before cycling out through Rural Swansea before heading back along Swansea Bay into the city. From here they will return to Swansea as they prepare for transition in the Maritime Quarter beside the Rive Tawe. Lastly, athletes will take on a 13.1-mile (21.1km) two loop run course which takes them from the city centre, out past the new eye-catching gold-coloured Swansea Arena, towards Mumbles before heading back towards the finish line at the Marina. Racing starts from 7am.


A number of  car parks are available throughout the city – you can find more information and locations online here. When planning your trip, please be aware of the planned road closures that will be in place, and that traffic and the city centre will be busy on the day!

Summer of sport 2023

For more information on IRONMAN 70.3 Swansea, please visit www.ironman.com/im703-swansea.