So whether you’re heading down to cheer friends or family on, or just to soak in the atmosphere and witness history and some the highest quality competitive para sport, check out our guide below so you can catch all of the action as it happens
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!
The SA1 Waterfront will host the start, finish and transition area as well as the event village. With plenty to see and do, it is the perfect destination for those looking to make the most of their day at the Waterfront and watch all the action. On event day you will find:
The British Triathlon Paratri Super Series consists of a 400m swim in the Prince of Wales Dock, 9km cycle around Fabian Way and Langdon Road, and a 2.3km run around SA1. You can check out the course map online here.
The GO TRI Disability Aquathlon consists of an up to 100m swim in the Prince of Wales Dock and a 1.3km run around SA1. You can check out the course map online here.
World Triathlon Para Series – where to see the action
The Volvo 2022 World Triathlon Para Series Swansea consists of a 750m swim in the Prince of Wales Dock, a 19km cycle through Swansea Marina and along Oystermouth Road, and a 5km run along Fabian Way and Langdon Road. You can check out the course map online here.