Since IRONMAN Wales opened entries for 2015, demand for places has hit a record rate for this soon to sell out race on Sunday 13 September and of the 2,500 places available, just 50 remain.
It’s not surprising that the event attracts athletes from all over the world. TriReview reviewed the race last year and gave the race a perfect score for organisation.
Renowned for also being one of the toughest events on the IRONMAN Tour, this is not enough to deter 2,500 athletes in their desire to cross the finish line of this iconic 2.4 mile swim, 112 mile bike and 26.2 mile run challenge.
“I have been desperate to compete in the Wales IRONMAN ever since the event came to Tenby. This will be the first year I will be old enough to compete.”
“Pembrokeshire has very much put IRONMAN Wales on the IRONMAN Tour map. We certainly couldn’t achieve this without the phenomenal support and the manner in which Pembrokeshire embraces the event. While 2015 is the end of our current agreement for the event, we sincerely hope that we will be returning for many years to come.”
Organisers are anticipating the event to be full in a matter of days, so would urge athletes to enter early to avoid missing out at www.ironmanwales.com