Aug. 20, 2017, 6:57 a.m.
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Ironman 70.3 Dublin involves a 1.2 mile swim, a 56 mile cycle and a 13.1 mile run.
Beginning in Dún Laoghaire, the event takes in parts of the city centre and the Phoenix Park, as well as parts of Meath and Kildare.
Following an early morning swim in Dún Laoghaire, the 2,000 competitors will cycle into the city centre and out as far as Dunboyne, Kilcock and Maynooth via the Phoenix Park.
The half-marathon run takes place in the Park on their return to the capital.

As a result, there will no access to Dún Laoghaire harbour until 10am, while many roads from Dún Laoghaire into the city centre along the Coast Road are also affected.

In the city, closures will be in place along the quays - including Liffey bridges - until 10.15am. 
People travelling to the northside of the city between 7am and 10.15am are advised to take the M50.
A number of roads in the Phoenix Park are closed for most of the day, including Furze Road, Acres Road, Old Lamp Road, Ordnance Survey Road, Upper Glen Road and Knockmaroon Road.
The Knockmaroon and Chapelizod gates are closed until 5pm, while there will be restricted access at the Main Gate until 10.30am and at the Islandbridge Gate until 5pm.
Outside of Dublin, there are rolling road closures on a number of regional roads including the R125, R149, R156 and R157.
Race Day is here! Good luck to all the athletes. You've worked hard to get here, trust in your training, go out and enjoy it! #IM703Dublin pic.twitter.com/b3QyYC1b2b
A full list of all diversions can be found here, while the gardaí have also created an interactive map of the restrictions.
Diversions will operate along a large number of Dublin Bus routes so passengers are advised to check journey times ahead of travelling.
People travelling to Croke Park for the All-Ireland football semi-final between Kerry and Mayo may face longer delays than usual on certain routes into the city.

http://www.rte.ie/news/dublin/2017/0820/898634-ironman-road/