The multi-award winning Admiral Swansea Bay 10k is one of the premier road races in the UK. Now in its 43rd year the race is a firm favourite with both experienced and first time runners, being named Best 10k in Wales at the 2018 and 2019 Running Awards.
The Admiral Swansea Bay 10k takes place along the beautiful and iconic sweep of Swansea Bay, providing a fast and flat course that is a perfect introduction to road running, and perfect for improving your personal best.
The 2024 Admiral Swansea Bay 10k will take place on Sunday 15 September 2024
Around 4,000 people enter the race each year.
Of course not! The Admiral Swansea Bay 10k is a fun run, open to experienced runners and first timers alike. Thousands enter every year for their first ever event, in fancy dress and for charity.
Every finisher gets a bespoke Admiral Swansea Bay 10k medal.
Of course! Every year hundreds run in fancy dress to raise money for good causes. Don’t forget to share your pictures with us on the day!
Of course! Every year thousands of runners enter to raise money for good causes. The Admiral Swansea Bay 10k also supports the Lord Mayor’s charities every year.
NO - There will be no entry or registration on the day for the main 10k race.
No – once race entries are full or the deadline has passed, no more entries will be accepted. Please be aware that there are NO entries allowed on race day.
No, once you have entered online you just need to turn up and run. There will be no entry or registration on the day for the main 10k race.
Please see our terms and conditions.
Participant’s race numbers are specific personal identifiers and may only be transferred via the Njuko member dashboard. There is a small fee (plus any associated booking fees) to be paid by the transferee. The unauthorised sale and/or transfer of race numbers is strictly prohibited and will result in the disqualification and/or banning of any individuals involved from this and future events, and this will be reported to UK Athletics.
Please see our terms and conditions.
There will be two water stations on the course - one at the halfway (5km) mark and at the finish.
Volunteer stewards will be located on the course to monitor, direct, assist and encourage runners. If you need assistance at any time during the event they should be your first point of contact. Don't forget to wave and say hi as you run past!
Please remember that volunteers on the course are giving up their spare time to help out at the race and to make your race experience as enjoyable as possible. Any foul language or abusive behaviour towards marshalls will result in the disqualification and/or banning of any individuals involved from this and future events, and they will be reported to UK Athletics.
Yes. First aid will be provided by St John’s Ambulance volunteers and a team of paramedics. They will be located throughout the course with a base at the finish line. If you feel ill at any time prior to, during or after the event, please seek the assistance of the nearest marshal or steward.
Toilets are available near the start and finish line, and at several locations along the route.
The lost children point is in the Information Marquee where staff will be available to assist you. Marshalls will also be out on route to help you.
We have a team of litter pickers collecting and sorting waste for recycling, but please help us recycle as much waste as possible by using the recycling bins provided whenever you can. All water provided is from recycled plastic bottles.
If you lose anything during the event, you can either contact us on the Facebook page, or contact the Council’s Special Events team at email@example.com.
Please bear in mind that the Special Events team will be extremely busy over the weekend, and will be back in the office on the Monday after the event.