Race Date Sun 11th Jun 2023
Race Status Entries Open
|Race Start Time:||09:00||Entry On Day:||No|
|Running Surface:||Road||Race Cut Off Time:||4:00 hours|
|Route Undulation:||Flat||Race Town:||Swansea|
|Timing Method:||Chip||Race Location:||Wales|
|Number Collection:||Posted||Race Entry Cost:||£30.00|
|Distance Markers:||Miles||Race Status:||Entries Open|
|Road Status:||Fully Closed Roads||Use Headphones:||Not Recommended|
|Max Number:||10000||Race Format:||1 Lap|
|Race Start Time:||09:00|
|Entry On Day:||No|
|Race Cut Off Time:||4:00 hours|
|Use Headphones:||Not Recommended|
|Road Status:||Fully Closed Roads|
|Race Entry Cost:||£30.00|
|Race Status:||Entries Open|
|Race Format:||1 Lap|
Where is the race?
The race is located in Swansea, United Kingdom.
Can I wear headphones at the JCP Swansea Half Marathon?
Is the race still going ahead?
Change is always possible, please contact the race organiser to confirm this at: [email protected]
What is the maximum allowed time to complete the race?
The maximum time allowed is 4:00 hours
Race Entry Information
Jcp Swansea Half Marathon Race Entry
The website organising the Jcp Swansea Half Marathon is https://www.swanseahalfmarathon.co.uk/
The JCP Swansea Half Marathon is a flat, fast, scenic course offering PB potential. The race runs out and back across Swansea Bay. The race finishes outside Swansea Museum.
The JCP Swansea Half Marathon starts in front of the iconic Brangwyn Hall, before heading through the City Centre onto Oystermouth Road. The course then takes in views of Swansea Bay as you pass St Helens Rugby Grounds and head towards the village of Mumbles with it’s iconic pier and lighthouse. This part of the race leads to the Gower Peninsular (home to the famous Catherine Zeta-Jones, Dylan Thomas and Bonny Tyler), before turning and heading back towards Swansea using the flat path alongside several miles of sandy beaches. On a clear day you can enjoy views across the bay all the way to 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 into the city’s SA1 development before you cross the Millennium Bridge spanning the River Tawe and head back towards the finish near Wales’ Oldest Museum.
JCP Swansea Half Marathon Race Route