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Ironman 70.3 Raleigh


  • Sat, Jun 3, 2017 – Sun, Jun 4, 2017

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Greater Raleigh is one of the Southeast's most dynamic destinations. The city is full of incredible restaurants, live music venues, museums, the arts, shopping and family fun—make sure to stay a few days to truly experience all it has to offer. You can find the perfect antique brooch at one of the largest flea markets in North Carolina, sweep up a designer handbag at a specialty boutique in North Hills or Cameron Village, or shop the latest trends at one of the area's nine major shopping areas. Athletes and spectators can expect a warm welcome in the City of Oaks—home to thousands of oak trees—from the moment they arrive.

Athletes will begin their day with a 1.2-mile swim in Jordan Lake in Chatham County. The 56-mile bike course will take athletes through rural Chatham and Wake Counties before entering downtown Raleigh to transition to the run. The two-loop, 13.1-mile run course winds through downtown, around the Capital Building, out Hillsborough Street, and through NC State University before heading down Fayetteville Street for an amazing finish in City Plaza.

Associated Street Closures:

Dates:  Saturday, June 3 - Sunday, June 4

Associated Street Closures:

The following streets are closed from 12:01 am on Saturday, June 3 until 11:59 pm on Sunday, June 4:

Fayetteville Street between Lenoir and Dawson Streets


The following streets are closed on Saturday, June 3 from 9:45 am until 10:45 am to facilitate the kids run:

Fayetteville Street between Morgan and Davie Streets

Davie, Martin, and Hargett Streets between Salisbury and Wilmington Streets


The following streets will be closed on Sunday, June 4 from 4 am until 5 pm to facilitate the transition location:

Lenoir Street between Wilmington and Blount Streets, and Salisbury and Wilmington Streets

Note that access to the Underground Convention Center Deck will be maintained for Marriott valet traffic.


The following streets are closed on Sunday, June 4 from 8 am until 5 pm to facilitate aid stations along the course:

Hillsborough Street between Dawson and Harrington Streets, Forest and Woodburn Roads, Bagell Avenue and Dixie Trail

Davie Street between Fayetteville and Wilmington Streets


The following streets are closed on Sunday, June 4 from 8:30 am until 5 pm to facilitate the running route:

Exit T2 and make a right turn on South Wilmington Street

Left on Edenton Street

Left on South Salisbury Street

Right on Hillsborough Street

Turn around at Gorman St.

Right on South Salisbury Street

Left on West Morgan Street

Right on Fayetteville Street

Left on Davie Street for second loop

Straight to Finish in front of the Marriott on Fayetteville St. at the end of the second loop.

Note that all cross streets at least one block in each direction will be detoured