MINI MIGHTYMAN POOL TRIATHLON
SWIM: 400 Meters (pool)
This is a perfect beginner race that includes a pool swim in 50 meter length lanes with one-direction each lane. It is early in the season and a great way to get involved in the sport as well as a good warm up race to kick the season off right. Plus, thanks to feedback and requests from last year’s Power of a Women pool triathlon, we’ve added an all-women wave to this year’s event!
GREAT for spectators too!
Youth Triathlon (Ages 9-13)
SWIM: 100 Meters (pool)
Swim: Athletes will start individually 5-seconds apart and swim two lengths of 50 meters each. Athletes will “snake” their way through two lanes. Each lane will be going in only one direction.
Bike: One 2-mile loop. The bike course is on park roads that will be closed to vehicle traffic for the duration of the event.
Run: One ¼-mile loop in the park.
Swim: Takes place in a heated pool, widely recognized as one of the finest swimming facilities in the U.S.
Bikes allowed: Road bike, time trial, mountain bike or hybrid. Sorry, no tandem or recumbent bikes.
GET RACE READY!
POWER OF A WOMAN CHALLENGE
We’ve got a brand new challenge! Race at this year’s Mini MightyMan Pool Triathlon and beat your previous Power of a Woman race time to win a free race entry to our popular Vineyard Run! The challenge course is the same, just a different race name so outdo yourself! Run your race (a smidgen faster), race free at the vineyard and toast yourself with the free glass of wine or wine tasting! Visit Power of a Woman Challenge for more information.
2020 RACE BENEFICIARY
EventPower is proud to support local causes. Family & Children’s Association (FCA) is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing help and hope to Long Island’s most vulnerable children, families, seniors and communities. With each registration, we can help FCA help so many. To learn about FCA programs and services or to make a direct donation, please visit fcali.org.
1/1 – 1/31/20
2/1 – 3/31/20
4/1 – 4/23/20
Online registration closes Thursday, April 23rd at noon.
High School ages: 14-18
Additional race application service fee applied upon registration.
The prices shown above are for USAT Members (current through 4/26/2020).
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.
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 email@example.com if you have any questions.
SATURDAY, APRIL 25
11:30am – 2:30pm: Packet Pick-Up, Nassau Aquatic Center,
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.
Bib Body Placement (see next section for details)
Bib# Body Placement for Photos
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 for Bib# Placement
Sunday, April 26
NOTE: SOME TIMES ARE APPROXIMATE
6:00am Parking lot open
6:00am Transition Area opens
7:10 am National Anthem
7:20 am Pre-race briefing (youth triathlon)
7:30am Youth race start/Adult Practice Swim
8:10am Transition area closes
8:15 am Adult pre-race briefing
8:30 am Adult race start (5 seconds apart)
9:30 am Adult swim cutoff
10:05am Adult bike cutoff
10:15 am Transition area open for bike pickup
10:20am Final finisher
10:30am Awards ceremony and raffle
Adult slowest time (estimated last finisher) – 80 min
What if I did not receive confirmation or misplaced my confirmation email?
Click on the registration button and it will bring you to the runsignup page. Click on find a participant on the left side column. You can search by your name and DOB. If you still have trouble, send an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
What if I cannot make it to Packet Pick Up?
All athletes must pick up their own packet. You must bring a photo ID with you. If you are a USAT member you must bring your USAT card, if you are not a member or do not have a card you must purchase a one day membership card for $15 or an annual card for $50. If you cannot pick up your own packet, you will not be allowed to race. Participants can pick up their packets on race morning for an extra charge of $10, which is an option you can select during race sign up.
USA Triathlon Sanctioning
This event is sanctioned by USAT (USA Triathlon). If you are new to the sport or looking for official USAT rules, click HERE to go directly to the USAT website. All participants must have an annual USAT card or purchase a one day membership for this event, since this is a USAT Sanctioned event. You can purchase a one day membership for $15 at packet pick up or an annual membership for $50. You must bring a photo ID with you. One day memberships can only be paid by cash or credit card.
How are USAT age groups formatted?
USAT age is the age that you are on 12/31 of the race year, it does not go by your actual Date of Birth, but rather your year of birth.
What are the key race day Rules?
Bike storage will NOT be provided the night before the event.
Glass containers are NOT allowed in the transition area.
Only triathletes and transition workers are allowed in the transition area. Please advise your family and friends that they will need to remain outside of the transition area.
You MUST rack your bike on race morning on the rack that corresponds to your assigned bib number.
Participants will NOT be allowed to mount their bikes in the transition area and will be required to dismount at the designated spot outside the transition area.
All participants must wear a helmet during the bike portion of the event, you will not be allowed to leave transition area until your helmet is buckled.
Triathletes must show their race number to remove their bicycle and gear from the transition area after the race.
How many people can be on a relay team?
Relay teams can be made up of two or three people. You can have an all male team, all female or mixed relay team.
How are participants timed?
We will be using ChampionChip Electronic Timing System for this event. Please be aware of the following procedures to ensure successful timing of your event: All participants will receive their timing chip on race morning at the Chip Pick-Up Area. You are REQUIRED to show your paper Bib number in order to receive your timing chip which you must wear on your ankle for the duration of the event. It is REQUIRED that all participants wear the timing chip on their ankle.
How to wear the timing chip with the provided disposable strap:
Place the strap around your ankle.
Insert TWO (2) fingers between the medical strap and your ankle (to prevent the strap from being too tight).
Fasten the medical strap SECURELY.
Relay teams must return the timing chip at the finish line in order to receive your results. If you are not able to finish any leg of the race, you must turn in your timing chip as soon as possible at the finish line. If we do not receive your timing chip you will be charged to replace it(this only applies to relay teams). All individual triathlete timing chips are disposable and may be thrown out at the end of the race.
The race number you receive at packet pickup will be what you must wear during the race. The smallest number is the helmet number, the middle sized number is you run number, and the piece with your number on it twice is your number for your bike. While you have this number in print form you will also be receiving body marking on your calf, arm and hand.
You will need to peel the sticker off of its protective paper and place it on the front of your helmet. Placing the number on the side of the helmet will make it harder for the USAT Officials, photographers, volunteers and race staff to identify you quickly so please be sure that you place the sticker on the front.
The bike number is the largest piece of paper. You will notice the the number is upside down at one end and right side up at the other. The reason for this print orientation is so that when the number is folded over the top tube of your bike your race number can be read easily from either side. There are two adhesive strips on the backside of the bike number. You will peel the protective paper off of the adhesive strips and then place the number on the top tube of your bike.
The run number is the middle sized paper in you race number grouping. You will need to wear this number on the run course. This number MUST be on the front of you as you cross the finish line. You may use safety pins (provided at packet pick-up or chip pick-up) or a race belt to display the number on your front.
On race morning after you have affixed your assigned race number to your helmet, bike, and shirt/race belt you will then need to get your body marking done. The body marking station is located near the entrance to the Transition Area at the race site. Plan to bring your run number with you as you will need it to insure that the person body marking you is writing the correct number. The body marking will have your assigned race number on your upper left arm as well as on your right calf. You will also be marked on the back of you right calf with your age if you are racing in the Age Group division or with your race division if you are racing as a Relay. You will also be marked on your hand.
Triathletes may enter the transition area at 5:15am. Bike racks are numbered and triathletes must put their bicycles and gear in their designated bicycle location. All athletes must be out of transition area by 6:35am and ready for the pre- race briefing. You will not be allowed back into transition area after you complete the race until 8:30am when all of the runners are out on the run course.
Swim – When triathletes finish the swim portion of the race, they will enter the transition area and proceed to their designated bicycle rack (relay teams make their exchange at their designated rack number).
Bike – Bikes may NOT be ridden in the transition area. It is important to use extreme caution when departing the transition area, as it may be congested! All athletes must put on their helmet and snap the strap before mounting their bike. The helmet must stay on and buckled until they dismount and rack their bike. Not following the helmet rules may result in a disqualification (DQ). Bike times will start when triathletes depart the transition area through the ‘Bike Out’ chute and end when they re-enter the transition area through the ‘Bike In’ chute in the transition area. Once the bike portion is completed, triathletes will return their bike to their designated spot in the transition area.
Run – Triathletes depart the transition area by exiting through the ‘Run Out’ chute. Triathletes run time will begin when they depart the transition area at ‘Run Out’ and end when they cross the finish line.
Wetsuits are not allowed for the pool triathlon.
USATriathlon is the national governing body of triathlons. All EventPower races are sanctioned by USATriathlon. All participants must have a USATriathlon license in order to participate in this event.
A current annual membership card and photo ID are required at packet pick-up. If you do not have a current membership card you must purchase a one-day membership card at packet pick up for $15 (cash or check only) or you can purchase an annual card at USATriathlon.org or at packet pick up for $50 (cash, check or credit card).
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.
- You must have a helmet in order to race.
- Helmet strap must be fastened before taking bike from rack and remain fastened until after bike is replaced on the rack.
- NO drafting! Leave three bike lengths between you and the bike in front of you unless passing.
Stay to your extreme right unless passing.
- Your 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.
Make sure you know your current 400 meter swim time race morning in order to ensure that you are lined up in the appropriate place to start the race. If you do not know your time, we suggest you time yourself prior to the event. If you are unable to complete 400 Meters in 16 minutes, you should not register for this race. Instead, please, plan to enroll in a swim training program and plan to race after training.
Overall 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place 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 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.
EventPower is proud to support local causes. The beneficiary of the 2020 Mini MightyMan Pool Triathlon is Family & Children’s Association (FCA). This not-for-profit organization is dedicated to providing help and hope to Long Island’s most vulnerable children, families, seniors and communities. With each registration, we can help FCA help so many.
To learn about FCA programs and services or to make a direct donation, please visit fcali.org.
Empowering YOU Race Clinic
EventPower will be hosting a clinic for the Mini MightyMan Adult and Youth Triathlons. The date of the clinic is April 4, 2020.
The clinic is open to the public and you do not need to be registered for the race to join us.
The clinic will be held at the Nassau County Aquatic Center (Race Site).
The youth clinic is from 7:45AM-9:00AM and is FREE.
The adult clinic is from from 8:00AM – 11:00AM and is $40 until February 29th and then is $45 until April 3rd.
The adult clinic will include 45 minutes in the pool, 1 hour in the classroom and then we will run on the course (bring all your race day gear, except your bike).
The youth clinic will include 45 minutes outside reviewing the transition areas and bike and run course and 15 minutes in the pool. Bring all your race day gear.
You must park in the designated lot #6.
This is the lot near the lakeside theater – accessible only through the main park road.
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 Photos on FB:
LIRP Photo Album Set 1: Youth Triathlon (425 photos)
LIRP Photo Album Set 2: Adult Swim, Bike and some running (433 photos)
LIRP Photo Album Set 3: Finish Line up to 1:04:00 clock time (413 photos)
LIRP Photo Album Set 4: Finish Line starting from 1:04:00 clock time, and Awards (365 photos)
2018 Photos on FB:
No LIRP Photo Album this year
EP Photo Album: (194 photos)
2017 Photos on FB
LIRP Photo Album Set 1: Youth Triathlon (249 photos)
LIRP Photo Album Set 2: Pre-Race, Swim, Bike and some running (305 photos)
LIRP Photo Album Set 3: Finish Line and Awards (562 photos)
EP Photo Album: (163 photos)
2015 Photos on FB
No LIRP Photo Album this year
EP Photo Album: (447 photos)
2014 Photos on FB
No LIRP Photo Album:
No EP Photo Album:
2013 Photos on FB
EP Photo Album: (141 photos)
Same Photos on RunSignUp
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!