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The Cardiff Triathlon

The Cardiff Triathlon- Sunday 23rd June 2019

The Cardiff Triathlon was first introduced to the ‘Always Aim High’ event calendar back in 2015. Since then, the triathlon has continued to grow from strength to strength and is now regarded as one of the most unforgettable city races in the tour.

1500 participants will compete in the Sprint, Standard and Super Sprint distance events. The Sprint distance involves a 750m open water swim in the bay, followed by a fast cycle route along completely closed roads in the Bay and city centre. The triathlon ends with a gruelling 5km run along the Cardiff Bay barrage. The Standard distance sees competitors undertake a colossal 1500m swim, a 40km cycle and a 10km run, whilst those dipping their toes into the triathlon circuit will complete Super Sprint distance of a 400m swim, a 10km cycle and a 2.5km run. There really is something for everyone!

The event village and stage transition will be held along the Roald Dahl Plass in front of the Wales Millennium Centre. Even if you don’t quite feel ready to compete in one of these spectacular triathlon events, head down to the Bay to show your support!


Want to travel to this event?

Cardiff Bay is easily accessible by a number of bus routes from the city centre and by Cardiff Bay Railway Station; Cardiff Queen Street Station (which serves various connecting services) is a 15-minute walk from the Bay or a 4-minute train ride. Please be aware that service diversions will be in place on bus routes due to the event’s road closures.


Public Transport

To make your journey by public transport, please use our Journey Planner to find the most convenient route, along with times and services that are running.

If you’d like to find a bus timetable, head over to our Timetables page. Here, you can search for a specific bus route or your location to view timetables of services in the area. You will also have the option to print the timetable to take with you on your trip.


Walk & Cycle

You can also use our journey planner to find walking and cycling routes to get to your event. If you live close by, walking can be a great way to explore the scenery and soak up the atmosphere before the event!

You can find out more information on our Cycling and Walking page.


We also offer a Freephone telephone service. One of our friendly advisors will be on hand to answer any of your public transport information queries and to help you plan your journey. Give us a call on 0800 464 00 00 for free!

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