MIGHTYMAN MONTAUK (SPRINT)
TRIATHLON FESTIVAL RACE DETAILS
A BIG event! Our annual festival of races! One of the few metro area races that offers three triathlon distances to accommodate all race levels and interests.
SWIM: The swim is an out-and-back in Fort Pond. This is a fresh water pond and water temperature is typically in the mid-to-upper 60’s. Wetsuits are recommended but not mandatory.
BIKE: Bike is one loop that includes the region’s favorite challenging climb up to the Montauk Lighthouse.
RUN: A mix of rolling and flat, making everybody happy!
AQUABIKE: Racers complete the swimming and cycling portions of the race. After finishing the the bike course, just rack the bike and trot across the finish line for your finish time.
Bikes allowed: Road bike, time trial, mountain bike or hybrid. Sorry, no tandem or recumbent bikes.
Fort Pond, a freshwater pond has the potential to spawn blue algae. If our water testing indicates there is blue algae in Fort Pond, we have a back up plan in place with the swim at Navy Beach.
2/1 – 5/31/20
6/1 – 6/30/20
7/1 – Full
The registration fee timetable has been adjusted in consideration of circumstances and concerns we all face due to CoronaVirus (COVID-19).
Online registration closes at noon on Wednesday, September 23, 2020.
Additional race application service fee applied upon registration.
High School Ages: 14-18
The prices shown above are for USAT Members (current through 9/27/2020).
Each participant MUST have a valid USAT license.
A one-day license fee will be required for non-USAT Members ($15 – cash or check only)
Visit the USAT tab below for additional details.
If registration is available at packet pick-up:
1) A $10 surcharge will be added to the registration fee.
2) We will only be able to accept cash for payment.
3) You will not be guaranteed a t-shirt.
Packet Pick-up Schedule
Please do NOT call Packet Pick-Up locations as they do NOT have information on the event.
You must have a Photo ID with you. This event is sanctioned by USATriathlon. You must have a USAT card or plan to purchase a 1 day ($15) or annual membership ($50) at check in.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions.
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22
5:00 – 7:30 p.m.: EXPRESS Packet Pick-Up @ Swerve, 21 W. 46th Street/New York, NY
This is an express packet pickup ONLY! (USAT checkin, swim cap, racer notes and bib ONLY) Timing chip must be picked up race morning. Goodie bag and t-shirt can be picked up on race day.
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
4:00 – 7:00p.m.: Packet Pick-Up @ Runner’s Edge, 242 Main Street, Farmingdale, NY 11735
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26th
12:00 – 4:00 p.m.: Packet Pick-Up (At Race Site)
Pick up your packet on race morning for an additional $10. This option is available when you register for the event.*
Everyone must pick up their own packet. Relay teams: the last member on your team to check in will receive the team packet.
Correct Bib# Body Placement for Photos: See next section
Correct Bib# Placement on Body & Bike
Keep Your Bib# Clearly Visible!
For the best results with photo tagging and searching, the photographers need to clearly see your bib# when taking photos. This will greatly improve your name & bib# photo search results.
Extra body marking will take place right before the race, at the body marking flag!
Please have your bib# placed on:
1-both shoulders, & both leg side calves (both left and right sides)
2-on the front of your bike helmet,
3-on your bike front tube closest to the handle bars, for easy side viewing
4-and on the front of your chest or abdomen, not on your back!
Again, make sure your bib# is clearly visible for the camera!
Your matching name and photos will be identified by your bib#!
7 locations total
Sunday, September 27th
NOTE: SOME TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE
5:00am Transition Area Opens
7:00am Race Briefing
7:15am Wave 1 Starts (waves will be posted at packet pick up)
7:35am Swim Course Closed
7:55 am 1st Finisher
8:40 am Bike course closed
8:45 am Transition area open for bike pick-up
9:30 am Run course closed
10:00 am Awards ceremony and raffle
Swim – 45 minutes
Bike – 90 minutes from start of race
Run – 2 hours 20 minutes from start of race
Registrations may not be transferred to another person.
Registrations may not be transferred to another race.
Sorry, no exceptions.
|USA Triathlon has issued a set of rules to maintain consistency and order from race to race across the country. The rules include sections on membership, and rules of conduct for swimming, cycling, running, and transition. Also included are special sections on protests, hearings and appeals, and rules modifications for physically challenged athletes. For full detail on USAT Rules click HERE|
- NO HEADPHONES DURING ANY PART OF THE EVENT or you will be disqualified.
- No helmet, no race.
- Helmet strap must be fastened before taking bike from rack and remain fastened until after bike is replaced.
- No Drafting! Leave three bike lengths unless passing. Stay to your extreme right unless passing.
- Run number must be on front of body during entire run!
- Any unsportsmanlike behavior to other competitors and/or event staff will be dealt with by an immediate disqualification.
- RACE IS RAIN OR SHINE
Overall 1st, 2nd, and 3rd winners will receive a discount on their next EventPower race.
1st Place – Complementary race entry for this race next year.
2nd Place – $30
3rd Place – $10
- Top three overall Male & Female
- Top Mixed, Female, Male and High School Relays
- Challenged, top three in the category
Clydesdale and Athena, top three in each category, 39 and under and 40 and older
- High School Division: First and runner up awards for both male and female ages 14-18 and Relay Division (there is only one category of High School relay so a relay team can be made up of any combination of boys/girls/grades; 2 or 3 athletes.
- Individual Age Groups, top three in each category:
14-18 (High School), 19-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75+
Awards Ceremony will commence shortly after the final finisher crosses the finish line. Athletes are encouraged to stay for the awards or have someone pick up their award.
Awards will only be shipped post event if a pre paid postage envelope for 2 pounds is sent to the race organization within one week of the event. Please submit your request for award mailing via email to email@example.com.
Raffle will take place at the end of the awards ceremony, raffle tickets will be handed out to each athlete. You must be present at the raffle to win.
Please park in the public lot next to the IGA on Montauk Highway or park in town and walk to the race site. All parking rules and regulations are still in place so you must obey all parking signage.
Photos on Facebook and RunSignUp
On Facebook you can download, share, comment, like, and TAG your friends! Have a Fun time!
2020 Photos on FB: will be posted after the race, normally by late afternoon.
2019 LIRP Photos
LIRP Album Set 1: Pre-Race, Pre-Swim, Swimmers into & bikes out of transition, Post Race (243 photos)
LIRP Album Set 2: Bikes on course at 0.3 mi mark by Fort Pond (535 photos) (Timer of day: 7:52am-8:52am)
LIRP Album Set 3: More Bikes and Runners on course (533 photos) (Time of Day: 8:52-9:19am)
LIRP Album Set 4: More Bikes and Runners on course (534 photos) (Time of Day: 9:19am-10:25am)
LIRP Album Set 5: More Bikes and Runners on course (532 photos) (Time of Day: after 10:25 am)
2019 Swim, Finish Line and Lighthouse photos are posted on RSU under the photos tab. The 5 above albums are also posted on RSU. All RSU albums have the search by name feature.
Same Photos Posted On RunSignUp
Photos Click Here
RunSignUp has the ability to search for your photos by Bib# or Name. Try it, it’s easy.The photos can also be found by going to your results page on RSU, and clicking on the small photo icon under your name. The bib# tagging is done automatically by google software and is not always perfect. It is being worked on by RSU, to make it better. You can also manually add missing bib#’s yourself, so don’t hesitate to help when the software missed it!
More Past Photos at
Island Photos: Official race photographer
Travel and Hotels
EventPower partners with local hotels to bring you the best rates possible. See below for partnering hotels.
The nearest Long Island Railroad station is Montauk, a little over a mile from the race site. For scheduling and fare information click HERE
Viking Fleet ferry from New London, CT to Montauk; a little over 3 miles from the race site.
If hotels are offering a third night free, we recommend that you accept. You do not need to stay the night, but it delays your checkout time from 11:00 a.m. to whenever you are ready to leave. After the race, you can relax, shower and come to the awards ceremony before checking out.
Royal Atlantic Beach Resort
631-668-5103; in town and within walking distance to the race site;
Discount: 10% off two nights, 15% off three nights stay. Mention EventPower
Sole East Resort
631-668-2105; Book 2 nights get third night free. Additional weekday nights 50% off. Mention EventPower. Weekend rates starting at $349. Prices subject to change.
Montauk Beach House
Room with Double queen beds for a maximum of 4 ppl. at $350 per night (+taxes) instead of $629 + taxes.
The rate includes daily continental breakfast. There is a 2-night minimum stay on weekends (Friday + Saturday). For reservations please call 631-668-2112.
Stay two nights, get third night free! For reservations please call 631-668-2729
Call for discounted rates: 631-668-2511
A Wave Inn
631-668-2700; in town and within walking distance to the race site; rooms for $200, offering 10% off. Mention EventPower
The Born Free
631-668-2896; rooms are $200 and up, offering 10% off Mention EventPower
631-668-2525; in town and within walking distance to the race site; Sunday night discount.