What do I do after I finish the race?
Staff will be on hand to assist you and you can also collect a bottle of water and collect your goody bag which will include your medal & certificate (certificates for junior races only). To reunite with friends and family after the race, please move out of the funnels and meet outside the information marquee.
Will there be a physiotherapist after the race?
Yes – there will be a physiotherapist along with a team of sports therapists to offer advice and treatment from Swansea Physiotherapy Ltd
When will the results be available?
Provisional results will be available at www.swanseabay10k.com late on race day. A first set of provisional results will be available a few hours after the last runner crosses the finish line. The final results will then be available later in the evening. If you’re results are incorrect/do not appear in the provisional results don’t worry! They will appear in the final results.
Where can I find photos of the race?
The link for runners race photos will be available after the race. This will be located on the home page of the website. Photos will be available to purchase approx. 2-3 days after the race.
When is the prize presentation?
The Junior race and main race prize presentations will take place on the podium located near the information marquee. Junior Race – 11.30am-12.30pm. Main Race – 2.00pm onwards Winners are asked to present themselves to the presentation area.
Not all categories are presented on the day for the Admiral Swansea Bay 10k – just the main winners.
We have a team of litter pickers collecting plastic bottles for recycling, but please help us recycle as much waste as possible by using the recycling bins provided whenever you can.
Race organisers, The City and County of Swansea and the event sponsor Admiral, would like to thank all those without whom this event would not be possible. Chief Marshalls, Volunteer Marshalls, Admiral Staff, St. Johns Ambulance, Sea and Army Cadets, Scout Groups, PTA’s, and all who gave up their free time to make this event such a success.