Ironman 70.3 Staffordshire
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The first race of the UK season, this first-timer friendly course traverses England's stunning West Midlands countryside. With a reservoir swim, meandering bike course, and finish in Stafford’s Market Square, athletes will take true advantage of the region’s beauty.
70.3 (Half Ironman)
Sun 18th Jul 2021
Stafford, United Kingdom
Where and when
117 Milwich Rd, Stafford ST18 0DW, UK
70.3 (Half Ironman):TBC
The one-loop 1.2 mile (1.9k) swim course at Chasewater is anti-clockwise. Please note that Chasewater is not a public swimming area and any person found swimming in the lake outside of the official sessions will be withdrawn from the event.
The one-loop 56 mile (90k) bike course meanders through the heart of the Staffordshire countryside and the Cannock Chase area. It then continues towards Stafford town centre through Great Haywood and Tixall.
The two and half-loop 13.1 mile (21.1k) run course takes athletes alongside the River Sow, into the Stafford town centre and towards Stafford Castle. Family and friends will be able to see their athletes multiple times before heading to the finish line.
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This race offers qualifying slots for the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship 2022 in Taupo, New Zealand.
How to get there
117 Milwich Rd, Stafford ST18 0DW, UKGet full directions
Event day logistics
In order to register you will NEED:
1. Your BIB number (which can be found on the start list)
2. Photo Identification (passport or driving licence)
3. Triathlon Race Licence. If you do not have one, a one a day license can purchased onsite. You MUST attend registration yourself in order to race.
Under NO circumstance will we give your race pack to another athlete, even with authorisation.
The FULL TEAM has to be present to collect Relay Team's race information.
Each member of the team will need a Triathlon Race License. If you do not have a one a day license, one can purchased onsite for £5 cash only.
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What are the distances for the 70.3 Staffordshire?
Swim: 1.2 miles in open water at Chasewater Country Park, Bike: 56 miles, Run: 13.
What are the cut off times for Ironman 70.3 Staffordshire?
Swim: 1 hours 10 minutes + a further 10 minutes from the swim cut off to start the bike Bike: 5 hours 30 minutes (after you cross the swim start timing mat) + a further 10 minutes from the bike cut off to start the runRun: 8 hours 30 minutes (after you cross the swim start timing mat)
How do I enter the Ironman 70.3 Staffordshire?
Entries are open to any individuals who wish to participate in one of the world’s great sporting challenges. Entries are taken online with payment by debit or credit card. No other payment option is available. Capacity is limited, made up of standard entries and guaranteed places allocated to our event partners. Once standard entries close, our event partners may still be able to offer places in the event. You may also wish to consider entering on behalf of our official charities who provide access to event places in return for fundraising on their behalf. See the Charity page for details. Once the entry process is completed and payment processed, you will receive a confirmation email which details your race entry. If you do not receive this please check your junk mail. If you need your confirmation resent please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What is included in my entry fee?
The entry fee includes:All the Race Organisation required for IRONMAN including transition area, swim course, swim safety cover, traffic management for road closures,
Had the most incredible time doing my first 70.3 at Staffordshire last weekend. The organisers was absolutely amazing which made the whole process incredibly smooth and easy. The atmosphere was so cool, especially on the run, having hundreds of people shouting your name. The feeling of turning onto the red carpet towards the finish line was second to none and I couldn't recommend doing this 70.3 enough!
4.7Did the 70.3 (Half Ironman) in 2019
I am a first timer of ironman 70.3and I'm unsure what the process is for registering and getting my racepack?
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