The race will comprise of a sprint, thrilling swim and challenging cycle section on mainly closed roads around the Great Orme. From here, you will be able to enjoy one of the most idyllic backdrops you could ever imagine for a race.
The running race takes a route around the Victorian Promenade, over the little Orme and to Penrhyn bay, before runners turn back and go back the way they came, with the help of a cool sea breeze taking you to the finish line on the promenade. The event will used a racked transition and reliable results will be gathered through electronic chip timing.
A former winner of the Race of the Year award, the event has been consistent in growing and appealing to more and more people each year. Although you are too late to enter now, you can get on the waiting list, or keep a keen eye out for next years event. Don’t forget to go over to Llandudno to spectate and show your support to the entrants.
Alternatively, there is the Eirias races that consist of a swim, cycle and run, headquartered at the brand new Porth Eirias, taking place on the 3rd August 2013, which is open for registration. There are middle distance and standard distance events taking place for this race, so you can decide which suits you better.
See Xtra Mile Events for more information and for registration.
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