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Courses & Directions Triathlon Nuremberg

Info about the event routes, the journey and the parking possibilities

380 meters swimming - 7,5 lanes in 50m pool

The launches take place every 15-20 minutes. That’s how long you have to swim the 380 meters Since we want to swim 380 meters (and not 400 meters), the start line is 20 meters from the front of the pool, this is the pre-start area. Like a swimmer’s highway, 10 friends swim simultaneously and one after the other. It is a water start. You will have the opportunity to slowly enter the water and swim in before the start. If you don’t manage to finish the 7.5 lanes within 20 minutes, the race will still go on and can be finished regularly. There is no cut-off times – you will be in the pool for a short time with the following team.

18 kilometers cycling - 4 laps - race feeling & varied

The bike lap is 4.5 kilometers long and will be ridden 4 times. With the feeder we come to a distance of 18 kilometers. Danger is on the area Norising, ice arena and stadium The course of the Nuremberg Triathlon is 100% closed to car traffic and completely asphalted. The bike course is also completely flat and suitable for beginners. Ordinary “Holland bikes” or city bikes are just as suitable as racing bikes. On the varying and winding route, the use of a triathlon bike or triathlon handlebars makes no sense 😉.

4.2 kilometer run - 2 laps

The 2.1-kilometer running loop will be run twice. During and after the race you will pass a total of 4 aid stations with water and fruit. The route is flat, shaded and suitable for beginners. What’s new is that before you even cross the finish line, you’ll take a lap around the atmospheric event area in the stadium pool. After the finish channel you can expect a suuupergut pool party with bouncy castle, children’s event and catering! You will pass a total of 5x at aid station!

Directions & Parking

By public transport:

  • From the main station: S-Bahn S2 to Frankenstadion stop: Approx. 5 min. Walk to Stadionbad
  • From the city center: streetcar line / streetcar 6 and 9 to Doku-Zentrum stop: approx. 10-15 min. Walk to Stadionbad
  • Take the U1 subway line to the Bauerfeindstraße or Messe stop: Approx. 10-15 min. Walk to Stadionbad
  • Take bus line 36 to the Doku-Zentrum stop; from the stop: approx. 10-15 min. walk to the stadium pool
  • With bus line 44 to bus stop Sportanlage 1. FCN: Approx. 10-15 min. Walk to Stadionbad

By car:

The approach to the Max-Morlock-Stadium is widely signposted. Spectators and participants are referred to thepaid parking areason the Grosse Strasse (southern area). Click here to plan your journey with Google Maps.

Click here to view the Spectator guide incl. Download parking & walk to the entrance.

Triathlon Nuremberg Courses & Directions

You will pass a total of 5x at an aid station.
ICON SAMMLUNG HAND DRAWN

Swimming - 380m

7,5 lanes

The launches take place every 15-20 minutes. That’s how long you have to swim the 380 meters Since we want to swim 380 meters (and not 400 meters), the start line is 20 meters from the front of the pool, this is the pre-start area. Like a swimmer’s highway, 10 friends swim simultaneously and one after the other. It is a water start. You will have the opportunity to slowly enter the water and swim in before the start. If you don’t manage to finish the 7.5 lanes within 20 minutes, the race will still go on and can be finished regularly. There is no cut-off times – you will be in the pool for a short time with the following team.

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ICON SAMMLUNG HAND DRAWN

Cycling - 18 k

varying

The bike lap is 4.5 kilometers long and will be ridden 4 times. With the feeder we come to a distance of 18 kilometers. Danger is on the area Norising, ice arena and stadium The course of the Nuremberg Triathlon is 100% closed to car traffic and completely asphalted. The bike course is also completely flat and suitable for beginners. Ordinary “Holland bikes” or city bikes are just as suitable as racing bikes. On the varying and winding route, the use of a triathlon bike or triathlon handlebars makes no sense 😉.

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ICON SAMMLUNG HAND DRAWN

Running - 4,2 km

2x through the event area

The 2.1-kilometer running loop will be run twice. During and after the race you will pass a total of 5 aid stations points with water and fruit. The route is flat, shaded and suitable for beginners. Even before you cross the finish line, you will run a lap through the atmospheric event area in the stadium pool! After the finish channel you can expect a suuupergut pool party with bouncy castle, children’s event and catering!

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Info on Arrival

With the public

From the main station:

S-Bahn S2 to Frankenstadion stop, approx. 5 min. Walk to Stadionbad

From downtown:

Streetcar line / streetcar 6 and 9 to Doku-Zentrum stop, approx. 10-15 min. Walk to Stadionbad

Take the U1 subway line to the Bauerfeindstraße or Messe stop, approx. 10-15 min. Walk to Stadionbad

Take bus line 36 to the Doku-Zentrum bus stop; from the bus stop, it’s about a 10-15 minute walk to the stadium pool.

Take bus line 44 to the stop Sportanlage 1. FCN, approx. 10-15 min. Walk to Stadionbad

By car

The approach to the Max-Morlock-Stadium is widely signposted. We refer spectators and participants to the paid parking areas on the Great Street (southern area).

Click here to view the spectator guide incl. Download parking & walk to the entrance.

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Plan your journey with Google Maps