Ironman Wales road closures: Everything You Need to Know



Ironman Wales road closures: Everything You Need to Know

Road closures and modifications to public transportation for the Ironman Wales 2022. Let’s look out for Ironman Wales road closures in detail

Ironman Wales road

A typical Ironman race consists of a 2.4-mile swim, a 112-mile cycle ride, and a 26.2-mile run. The Tenby location of Ironman Wales has grown to be a popular stop on the Ironman schedule. Pembrokeshire, which is part of Wales’ South West coast, is renowned for its stunning scenery and the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, which has miles of sandy beaches and gorgeous shoreline.


Crowds in Pembrokeshire are prepared to greet tomorrow’s 10th Ironman Wales, which will bring adjustments to public transportation and road closures.

The stunning Pembrokeshire will host the Ironman competition for the tenth time in 2022, making it an especially significant time to commemorate this amazing sports event.

International competitors will once again be among those lining up at the starting line, while cheering supporters will line the course to encourage and support everyone competing. The Pembrokeshire welcome has gained international renown.

Road closures will be necessary during the race for the sake of safety; complete information is available on the Ironman website.

Below is a map showing the locations of the closed roads.


The road closures for tomorrow’s Ironman Wales are shown on the map. Due to the road closures, the Angle Peninsula-serving 387/8 Coastal Cruiser bus service will not run on September 11th.

Tomorrow, Sunday, from 4:30 am to midnight, shuttle buses will provide a return service from Carew Airfield. Only on Sundays, a Saundersfoot service runs between The Green and the Twycross Roundabout from 9 am to 6 pm.

On Sunday, athletes may travel for free using their athlete wristband. Visit for additional details.

Cllr. Rhys Sinnett, the cabinet member for residents’ services and leisure on the Pembrokeshire County Council, stated:

“We are thrilled to see the return of Ironman Wales after a two-year absence due to Covid restrictions. “We are pleased to be back in Pembrokeshire presenting the tenth edition of Ironman Wales,” stated Rebecca Sutherland, the event director for Ironman Wales.

From its heart-pounding swim start to its Tour de France-style crowds, this race has earned a reputation for its fan support, and we can be sure that this year won’t be any different when hundreds of athletes arrive in the area. “We would like to thank Pembrokeshire County Council, the communities around the course, as well as our committed staff, suppliers, and volunteers for their efforts in bringing Ironman Wales back to life,” the statement reads.

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