ETU Huelva European Cup and Iberoamerican Championships, has two different venues; these are the cities of Huelva and Punta Umbría.
Punta Umbría will host the Swim and Transition 1; and Huelva will host half of the Bike, Transition 2, Run and Finish.
Start procedures: The start, will be from the beach. The swim course has two laps of 750 metres., and the athletes will exit the beach at the end of the lap. The course is clockwise and the average water temperature is 21ºC.
The first part of the bike course is 20,5 km before arriving in Huelva and passing for the first time through T2. This first part is totally flat, and not technical. A van with neutral wheels will go behind the last athlete. Once in Huelva the van will be in a position that athletes pass twice. The remaining 4 laps are technical and hilly, especially the street called “Cuesta de las Tres Caidas”. The team wheel stop will be allocated at “Plaza Las Monjas”, 200 metres after T2.
The first part of the course, the one that is shared with the bike, is a little bit hilly until the turning point. Once the athletes turn into “Plaza de las Monjas”, is totally flat along Martín Alonso Pinzón Avenue. There will be 3 aid station along the run course; that will allow the athletes to have the opportunity to take water 3 times per lap.