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Swansea Half Marathon

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Posizione Swansea, United Kingdom

Distanza Mezza maratona

Rescheduled to 01 nov 2020

Previous date: 14 giu 2020

Informazioni Swansea Half Marathon

One of the UK’s fastest growing races and already one of the top 10 half marathons in the country, it is clear that the JCP Swansea Half Marathon is quickly becoming established as a must do race.


Swansea Half Marathon

  • 21,097km

Informazioni pratiche

Postazioni di Pronto Soccorso

Brecon Carreg are our Hydration partner and will be providing water along the route. Water stops will be at Miles 3, 6, 9, 12 and finish line

Servizio di deposito

There will be a bag drop located on Upper Princess Way.

Tempo massimo

All roads will re-open at 2pm, runners still on the course at 1pm will be moved onto the pavement if they wish to continue.


Swansea has several car parks within the City Centre. All of the Swansea City Council cap parks are free to use on Sunday. We also recommend using the Park & Ride service near the Liberty Stadium. The Park & Ride will commence from 0700 and will run every 10-15 mins all day.


The bus into Swansea will drop you off at Belle-Vue Way (near the Dragon Hotel) and you can collect the return bus at the same place. The cost for this service is £5 and is payable on arrival or you can pre-book your space today:

Swansea Half Marathon Mappa del percorso

Swansea Half Marathon Mappa del percorso


Swansea City Centre



Swansea City Center





Unhurried Swansea graces the western shore of sheltered Great Oyster Bay, with sweeping views across the water to the peaks of the Freycinet Peninsula. Founded in 1820 as 'Great Swanport', Swansea also delivers some interesting historic buildings and a museum.

The town's revival since the doldrums of the 1980s has paralleled the boom in tourism across the state, though it manages to retain a laid-back holiday vibe. There are plenty of enticements for visitors in and around town, including myriad accommodation options, beaches, restaurants, cafes and some impressive wineries to the north. Swansea gets busy as a beaver (or perhaps a platypus?) in summer, so book ahead.


The JCP Swansea Half Marathon starts in the heart of the city centre, within the first half mile of the race you will pass Swansea Castle still standing from 1106.

From the closed roads you’ll spot the floodlights of St Helen’s Rugby ground. The famous old ground harbouring such famous memories of Sir Garfield Sobers hitting six sixes off a single over in a first class match in 1968 and where Swansea RFC beat Australia in 1992.

You will then enjoy the stunning views of Swansea Bay as you head towards the village of Mumbles and it’s iconic pier and lighthouse – this pretty setting which leads to the Gower Peninsular is a haunt of Catherine Zeta-Jones and was of poet Dylan Thomas.

At mile 6 you will turn and head back towards Swansea via the flat, purpose-built cycle/walkway alongside mile of sandy beaches. On a clear day you can see as far as Illfracombe on the Devon Coast.

The return leg of the race heading towards the Meridian Tower – Wales’ tallest building provides a perfect opportunity for a PB with a flat, fast promenade guiding you towards Swansea Marina where you will run over the lock bridge in to the city’s newly developed SA1 area before you cross the Millennium Bridge spanning the River Tawe and head back towards the finish in the city centre.

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