Athletes urged to enter 2024 IRONMAN Western Australia early to avoid disappointment

Suzanne AstonBusselton Dunsborough Times
The 2023 IRONMAN Western Australia swim.
Camera IconThe 2023 IRONMAN Western Australia swim. Credit: Daniela Tommas

Athletes are being encouraged to get their entries in early for the 2024 IRONMAN Western Australia.

Last year’s event was sold out, with more than 3000 athletes taking part in the the largest ever IRONMAN Western Australia and IRONMAN 70.3 Western Australia.

The 2024 event will be the 20th anniversary running of IRONMAN Western Australia, with the popular event returning to Busselton on Sunday, December 1.

December’s event will see athletes racing in either the IRONMAN Western Australia or the IRONMAN 70.3.

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Geoff Meyer, managing director of Oceania for The IRONMAN Group, said the event team was looking forward to welcoming athletes to Busselton for the 20th running of the event.

“We can’t wait to welcome athletes, their families and supporters from around the world to Busselton for the 20th anniversary of IRONMAN Western Australia this December,” he said.

Both events start on the beach in Geographe Bay.

The IRONMAN Western Australia will see athletes taking on a 3.8km swim, 180km ride and 42.2km run, whilst the IRONMAN 70.3 features a 1.9km swim, 90km ride and 21.1km run.

For more on IRONMAN Western Australia visit https://www.ironman.com/im-western-australia

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