Info for locals
The safety of all who attend our events is our utmost priority, please go to our Covid-19 page to see the most up to date information on how we will be delivering a covid secure event in the community. Please note that all timings below are subject to change.
The first race will begin at 06:30 with athletes starting to arrive from 05:00. The last race is expected to end at 12:30 and the event village to close at 14:00.
No road closures
In order to give the competitors and spectators the best and safest experience, we have been given permission to close the following roads and put in place alternative diversions:
Between 06:00 and 10:30:
- International Drive to its junction with Olympian Way
- Olympian Way, Watkiss Way and left onto Dunleavy Drive from its junction with Watkiss Way to its junction with Dunleavy Drive Retail Park
Between 06:00 and 15:00
- East Tyndall Street from its junction with Schooner Way to its junction with Herbert Street and Lloyd George Avenue
- Lloyd George Avenue from its junction with Herbert Street to its junction with Bute Place - Access out of Lloyd George Avenue properties will be maintained by Road Closure Stewards on the day of the event.
- Bute Place from its junction with Lloyd George Avenue to its junction with Pierhead Street.
- James Street, Clarence Road, Avondale Road and Ferry Road to its junction with Clive Street.
Residents of the Channel View and the Clive Street area who need to get their cars out before the road re-opens are being encouraged to park in the IKEA car park overnight on Saturday. We are very grateful to IKEA for giving us this opportunity, but please note that cars are left at owners risk.
Provisions for residents of Clarence Embankment, Pomeroy Street, Hamadryad Road, Clarence Place, Hunter Street, Burt Street, Burt Place, Harrowby Place, Harrowby Lane, Harrowby Street to get in and out of the closed area throughout the day will be put in place. You must strictly follow the stewards’ instructions.
Please expect delays if travelling in the area. Stewards will be on hand to guide and assist and, in the event of an emergency, will be able to escort vehicles in and out as and when appropriate.
As a Welsh company, we are working closely with the local community to ensure as little disruption and inconvenience as possible, and we thank you in advance for your patience and understanding in helping to bring a Capital City Triathlon to Wales. Please come out to support the cyclists and runners as they pass and give them a huge Welsh welcome. If you have any other queries concerning the race, please contact us.
In line with Welsh Assembly Government Guidance and Guidance of the National Governing Bodies, spectators are not presently encouraged at our events due to Covid-19. Please go to our Covid-19 page to see the most up to date information on how we will be delivering a Covid secure event.
We hope to welcome spectators back as soon as we are able and will update information here so please check back closer to the event.
We are always on the lookout for people to join our awesome team of Marshals and Volunteers and it is a great way to raise funds for your local community group or charity. If you are a local business and have offers over the event weekend please contact us so we can include you in our communications with our athletes. There are also opportunities for stands in our Event Village.
Signage and Litter
All our signage is removed immediately after the event and we conduct a full litter pick as stated in our environmental policy. We will respond to any reports of left signage or litter immediately so in the unlikely event of this please contact us.