Following the sell-out success of the 2015 & 2016 event, the 360 Marina 5k is returning to Swansea for the fifth year in a row with the run’s limited places now only available through online pre-sales.
This is a fantastic event for participants of all abilities and ages, whether you want to give yourself a challenge for the new year, run with friends, or set a new personal best.
Entries sold-out three months in advance of the run last year, so please register quickly to avoid disappointment.
The run, organised by Swansea Trotters and hosted by 360 Beach and Watersports, is officially accredited by Welsh Athletics and has received a certificate of accuracy for distance from the Association of UK Course Measurers.
This is an non-profit event with all proceeds being donated to the youth development charity, British Exploring Society and Swansea University Athletics, Cross Country & Triathlon teams.
This is a flat and accurately measured course open to runners of all abilities. Whether you’re looking for a fun day out with some exercise, or you’re an experienced runner chasing a P.B.
The course is entirely on the Swansea Bay promenade, heading out from the 360 Centre towards Swansea Marina, covering a distance of 2.5k and then doubling back to the centre to complete the total distance of 5k (3.1 miles).
Date: Saturday 18 March 2017
Time: Registration open from 10.45am, race starting at 12.00pm.
Location: 360 Beach and Watersports, Mumbles Road, Swansea.
Prize: Prizes will be on offer.
Race Entry: £5 for affiliated runners and £7 for unaffiliated runner (pre entry only)
Please read the following disclaimer before registering
I am not under the minimum age to compete in this event. I accept that neither the race director nor any persons involved in the organisation of the event will be liable for any loss, damage, action, claim, costs or expenses that may arise in consequence of my participation in this event, however such may be caused. I declare that I will not compete in this race unless I am in good health on the day of the race and that in any event, I will only compete at my own risk.