Ironman Triathlons in Australia

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Ironman AustraliaHastings rural sales, Shop 22, Peachtree walk, Port Macquarie NSW 2444, Australia

Australias oldest IRONMAN event is returning to the stunning town of Port Macquarie.

This superb course offers a unique challenge set along Port Macquaries spectacular waterfront and throughout the scenic coastal region. Swim the calm protected waters of Hastings river, ride along the Pacific ocean, and run in the heart of Port Macquarie a course renowned for its energetic sideline support from the local community.

This year the Oceania TriClub Championship continues the truly regional TriClub rivalry that Port Macquarie is so famous for.

AUD $895
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Ironman Australia
NOV15
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Long Course Weekend Jervis Bay17 Hawke St, Huskisson NSW 2540, Australia

The stunning Jervis Bay, NSW is the home to The Long Course Weekend (LCW) in 2019. The unique event lasts three days and this fun, inclusive format is ideal for clubs, training groups and families to come along and enjoy the benefits of training and racing together.

The weekend kicks off on Friday evening, where the LCW athletes have The Jervis Bay Swim to complete a 3.8km open water swim that takes place at Jervis Bay. The Swim also has a 1.9km and 950m distances.

On Saturday the attention turns to The Jervis Bay Grand Fondo, a 180km ride of undulating countryside that also incorporates 90km and 45km distances to attract athletes of all abilities.

To finish the weekend, the athletes will complete The Run a 42.2km marathon taking in the beautiful coastline of Jervis Bay and Huskinson. There is also a 21.1km run and a 10km run which allows everyone to be involved.

More than 1500 competitors are expected to attend the LCW with approximately 300 athletes attempting to receive the Long Course Weekend medal, which entails completing all three of the longest distances. Successful LCW athletes will be awarded with the LCW medal and polo shirt at the finish line presentation on Sunday after the marathon.

AUD $15 - AUD $330
Ironman • 5k • Splash 'n' Dash • 3.8km Swim • 1.9km Swim • 950m Open Water • 180km Bike • Kids Splash 'n' Dash • 45km Bike • Marathon • Half Marathon • 30km Run • 10k • 90km Bike
Long Course Weekend Jervis Bay
FEB23
Ironman 70.3 Geelong16 Eastern Beach Rd, Geelong VIC 3220, Australia

Swim in the clear waters of Corio Bay, pit yourself against the fast, challenging bike course and finish with a scenic run along the waterfront.

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Ironman 70.3 Geelong

16 Eastern Beach Rd, Geelong VIC 3220, AustraliaView event
19 reviews
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Swim in the clear waters of Corio Bay, pit yourself against the fast, challenging bike course and finish with a scenic run along the waterfront.

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  • Did the Iron Man 70.3 in 2019

    The event is very professional and is also incredibly spectator friendly. I think I have two points of criticism. One is the Run course section that runs next to transition out to the gardens. This is particularly tight and is difficult for people to pass. I also think the path/road that you follow to mount your bike is dangerous particularly given some of us have bike shoes on. The full 180degree turn on bitumen is not good.Ultimately though it is a great event and course and destination. Well done.Ps. Get more draft busters too
  • Did the Iron Man 70.3 in 2019

    I arrived in Australia 18 months ago without triathlon experience, was not swimming more than 50m freestyle, and had no bike and never ride with clip shoes. I was impressed by the number of good cyclists everywhere in Melbourne and decided at more than 50 yrs to join the Hawthorn triathlon club. During the year long I was impressed by the human and physical qualities of the squad, finishing long triathlon with PBs, and world championship qualifying. I had one sprint triathlon experience last year at challenge Melbourne. Despite a fall of my bike just before christmas, broken ribs and some patela issues, I recovered ok mid January and decided to register at Geelong, for the half Ironman and my second triathlon ever. No real program except training 3-4 times a week with the HTC, no personnal coach. One expectation, seing the finish line. Sunday was an amazing experience from the early morning with this beautiful sunrise to the afternoon. I swam more rapidly than ever, cycle above 32 km an hour, and completed the running even if I had to walk for about 20- 25 minutes by sequences. why? The atmosphere, the croud all along the distance, the volonteers pushing you and encouraging you everywhere with such a smile and kindness, the HTC supporters who went in a large group to cheer and to push everyone. I could hear their noise and this was decisive in this push to the finish line, running the extra kms step by steps, the HTC competitors that I saw all along the event with a word of encouragment when they where overtaking me step by step. And my wife who cheered and supported to accomplish this dream. The finish line of the second triathlon ever and the first half Ironman. I am now unsure about the next steps, I have so many memories and pictures. I want to come back for sure, and for a Geelong PB ! Thanks to everone and the perfect organisation
  • Did the Iron Man 70.3 in 2019

    Great event with fantastic course and volunteers. Protected swim with a flat and fast bike course. Run is around the waterfront where friends and family can watch easily.
AUD $395 - AUD $450
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Ironman 70.3 Geelong

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