Date of Notice: 15/08/2023
Less than a week to go for what must be the pinnacle of world athleticism!
The IRONMAN Group in partnership with Cork County Council are again bringing IRONMAN Ireland and IRONMAN 70.30 IREOAND to Youghal and surrounding areas of East Cork . As with all such events of national and global appeal we expect a huge influx of very welcome visitors, both athletes and supporters. This of course leads to access and traffic implications.
Click here for maps together with road closure notice and diversion routes which will be in place.
As per legislative guidelines, the specific road closures for both event days will be advertised through Cork County Council and in local newspapers.
If you would like to contact IRONMAN with regard to this notice please email [email protected] or call 089 4604823
Enjoy a great IRONMAN IRELAND – CORK – Youghal weekend.
Date of Notice: 4th Feb 2023
Its all happening on the weekend of August 18th to 20th 2023 – Exact starting times confirmed:
18th Aug ’23
IRONKIDS is a run-only event for children aged 4-15 years, held as part of the IRONMAN 70.3 Ireland and IRONMAN Ireland event weekend.
4 – 6 yrs: 500m (must run with parent/guardian)
7 – 11 yrs: 1K
12 – 15 yrs: 1.5K
This event is all about fun and each child will receive a medal once they cross the finish line under the iconic IRONMAN finish gantry.
19th Aug ’23
IRONMAN 70.3 features a sea swim, an undulating coastal bike course and a flat and fast run to the end. This race offers qualifying slots to the IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship.
Enjoy being welcomed like a local in the beautiful south coast of Ireland where the scenic views and the vibrant culture thrives in this stunning
20th Aug ’23
FULL IRONMAN Ireland race takes place on Sunday 20th Aug. Featuring a 3.8km sea swim from the sandy Claycastle Beach in Youghal, followed by a 180km bike course along the undulating coastal roads and fishing villages of Ireland’s coast and ending in a fast and flat 42.2km run through our ancient town, connecting you to the heart of Ireland’s cultural heritage