Jervis Bay is host to the annual Long Course Weekend every year. Utilising its stunning beauty as a national park, we've brought to you courses spanning multiple disciplines, all involving spectacular views. From gliding across the crystal clear waters in the Jervis Bay Swim to trekking along the beach in the Jervis Bay Marathon, there's a variety of distances and disciplines for you to choose. In Long Course Weekend you can do either the Swim, Bike or Run individually or you can treat it more like a triathlon event and do all 3 disciplines at the maximum distances available across the 2 days to become an LCW athlete and earn yourself the 4th medal.
How to enter the Long Course Weekend Jervis Bay
- Triathlon: Swim 4km, Bike 180km, Run 42.2km
- Swim 4km
- Swim 2km
- Swim 1km
- Bike 90km
- Bike 30km
- Run 42.2km
- Run 21.1km
- Run 10km
- Run 5km
- Bike 60km
Long Course Weekend Jervis Bay routes
FULL LCW (Saturday & Sunday)
Jervis Bay will once again play host to Long Course Weekend in 2019. This unique event lasts two days in November and is the perfect way to start your season of racing. This fun inclusive format is ideal for clubs, training groups and families to come along and enjoy the benefits of training and racing together. Design your own event by choosing from a range of different distances, held from Friday – Sunday.
On Saturday Morning - the Long Course athletes have The Jervis Bay Swim to complete – a 4km open water swim that takes place at Jervis Bay. The Jervis Bay Swim event also has a 2km swim and 1km swim.
On Saturday afternoon - the attention turns to The Jervis Bay Gran Fondo – 90km of the undulating countryside that also incorporates 30km and 60km distances to attract athletes of all abilities.
To finish the weekend, the athletes will complete The Jervis Bay Marathon – a 42.2km marathon taking in the beautiful coastline of Jervis Bay and Huskisson. There is also a 21.1km run, 10km run and 5km run on offer.
The Jervis Bay Swim (Saturday morning)
Arguably one of the most scenic swims in the World
With a variety of Swim distances (1,2,4KM), this event is perfect for the first-timer through to Athletes training for their first half or Full Ironman.
The Swim Takes place at the beautiful Callala Beach.
This year the start and finish line will be on the beach, allowing the crowds to create a sensational atmosphere.
The Jervis Bay Gran Fondo (Saturday afternoon)
Distances: 90KM / 60KM / 30KM
Cycling out from Callala Beach, this looped course is great for any athlete.
With a variety of Bike distances, this event is perfect for the first-timer through to Athletes training for their first half or Full Ironman.
Already becoming the talk of NSW, put this stunning race on your event calendar this year - Oh and with the multiple distances, bring your mates too!
The Jervis Bay Run Festival (Sunday)
If there was ever a run route worthy of a Sunday run, this is it!!
Out and back across the stunning, traffic free, Jervis Bay coast. The course allows for a lot of athlete interaction, large crowds and moments of Dolphins and Whales basking in the Ocean.
With distances from 5k, 10k, half marathon and Full Marathon; there really is a distance for everyone.
With this being the last day of the two day Long Course Weekend Festival, you can even stay a little later and have a cheeky beer with the thousands of athletes that have come from all over the world.
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Long Course Weekend Jervis Bay weather forecast
Partly cloudy throughout the day.
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