- Date7 May 2023
- ENTER NOW
RunSwim Coogee Aquathlon is a brand new event combining multiple runs and swims along parts of the famous Bondi to Coogee Coastal Walk.
It's sure to challenge even the fittest of competitors with the numerous transitions including Clovelly Bay, Gordons Bay and Coogee Bay. But, don't worry if you're not a supreme athlete... this event is for everyone!
RunSwim Coogee Aquathlon is an important community, fundraising and charity based event hosted by Coogee Surf Life Saving Club together with our partners Randwick City Council and sponsors, and with limited registrations, is expected to sell out fast.
All proceeds go towards maintaining vital lifesaving equipment and services required during the warmer seasons.
The RunSwim starts with a 4.1km run from Goldstein Reserve at Coogee Beach and heads south to the iconic Wylie’s Baths before looping around and heading north to Clovelly Beach where the first swim takes place.
After completing this swim, competitors will then run from Clovelly around to Gordons Bay, entering the water for the second swim at the dive ramp and heading to the beach in Gordons Bay. This is a beautiful swim over the Underwater Nature Trail and once you exit the beach at Gordons Bay, you’ll then complete a 1km coastal run to the northern end of Coogee Beach.
The final swim includes a 1km course in Coogee Bay before crossing the finish line in the centre of the beach!
Coogee and its surrounding beaches and coastline is the perfect backdrop for hosting the RunSwim Coogee Aquathlon.
Coogee also boasts a vibrant cafe, bar and restaurant scene so no matter what you are looking for, you will be sure to find it.
Coogee’s parking is limited and requires payment by the hour meters, so if you can come by public transport, please refer to the NSW Public Transport line.
Included in your entry is a premium RunSwim Coogee soft silicone swim cap and a hi-vis lycra competition singlet.
Event Timing & Arrival to Goldstein Reserve, Coogee Beach Promenade
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Coogee NSW, Australia
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