Endurance sports events in Australia

Try your athletic endurance in Australia, where we run regular triathlon competitions and our ironmen and ironwomen are names everyone knows. Candidates from all over the world come here to compete for running, swimming, canoeing and cycling through stunning landscapes.

Check out the finest cycling courses around Adelaide, Barossa Valley and Fleurieu Peninsula in the Tour Down Under race. Watch the neat, nimble riders race through the Adelaide Hills or along the picturesque suburban streets of the Barossa Valley or Fleurieu Peninsula. Thousands of spectators came to watch the 90-kilometer final race that passed through Adelaide.

The first four events take place on two weekends along the Gold and Sunshine Beaches, and the last is usually held at Sydney’s Cronulla Beach. Don’t miss the chance to see 36 of Australia’s toughest life-saving surfers show off their skills in competitions.

Arrived in Sydney in April for the first race of the ITU Tri-Sports World Championships. The elite athletes competing in this competition come from all over the world. The competition took place at the Opera House and iconic Sydney Harbor.

The roadmap will take place in the same regions as in the unforgettable Olympic tri-sport competition. Find a seat below the Sydney Opera House to watch the race start or choose a spot around Circular Quay for a 1500 meter swim.

Anyone can join, but 1,400 sign-ups will run out very quickly. Candidates can stroll in the bustling Ironman Village, warm up with swimming rounds.

Fans also gathered on historic Macquarie Road to follow the 40km and 10km cycling track. Then, wander the botanical garden by the port, walk through the rocky streets of The Rocks or watch a show at the Opera House.

Watch sports heroes perform their diverse abilities to choose from 40 spots for the Ironman World Championship in Hawaii. The event also included the Ironman 70.3 competition, the qualifying round for the Ironman 70.3 Asia-Pacific Championship.