Find out everything you need to know ready for the Admiral Swansea Bay 10k.
Here you can find any questions that you may need answered, from travelling and car parking information for your Sat Nav, to accommodation in Swansea, to race details like the start times, toilet facilities and more.
Important information about the 2021 Admiral Swansea Bay 10k
The Admiral Swansea Bay 10k team are looking forward to welcoming you back to the course on 19th September, especially as it’s our 40th year. Whilst we hope you’re as excited as we are to be back running on our stunning course, Covid19 means that the 2021 Admiral Swansea Bay 10k race day will look slightly different to previous years.
We’ve created a dedicated page just for this year’s race, detailing the updates and changes for this year’s race. This will be regularly updated, so keep checking for the latest news about this year’s race.
What do I need? Where do I go when I arrive? What happens at the finish? Not to worry – we’ve come up with this first timers guide to take you through what to expect at your first race, and with everything you need to know to enjoy it as much as possible!
Use our interactive map below to help you get a feel for the course.
Travel and Parking
Whether you are local to Swansea, or travelling down to for the weekend to take part, here is some helpful information on transport, accommodation and road closures.
We’re looking for motivational and enthusiastic volunteer groups to assist at this year’s Admiral Swansea Bay 10k Race.
Charity and Sponsorship
Every year thousands of runners raise money, raise awareness and even run in fancy dress in order to raise money for great charities and causes.
Some helpful hints to get your race ready
The Admiral Swansea Bay 10k operates under the rules of UK Athletics.
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