DATE: May 10, 2020
PLACE: Heckscher State Park, Islip, NY

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Bike | Run | Transition

Please note:
The Mother’s Day Duathlon has been cancelled.
See below for additional details.


1st RUN: 1.8 Miles
BIKE: 10.5 Miles
2nd RUN: 1.8 Miles


The safety and well-being of our race participants, volunteers and community is paramount. We are, therefore, cancelling the Mother’s Day Duathlon.  This is due to the precautions we all must take to slow the spread of CoronaVirus (COVID-19).  Safety is our priority.

Looking ahead and remaining hopeful, our current plan holds that the Mighty Du Fall Duathlon will take place (October 18, 2020).  The Mothers Day Du and the Fall Mighty Du are similar races, held at the same venue.  We are, therefore, combining the two duathlons for 2020. Check out the Mighty Fall Du.

We are also rescheduling EventPower’s first cycling time trial, which was scheduled to coincide with the Mother’s Day Du, to take place October 18 before the Mighty Du Fall Duathlon. Check out the Mighty Time Trial.

Thank you for your understanding and patience.  Stay hopeful.  We are staying apart and in this together.


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 or at packet pick up for $50 (cash, check or credit card).

Refund Policy

No Refunds

Registrations may not be transferred to another person.
Registrations may not be transferred to another race.


    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.

Overall Winner Award

Overall 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place winners will receive a discount on their next EventPower race.

1st Place – $50
2nd Place – $30
3rd Place – $10

  • Top three overall Male & Female
  • Top Mixed, Female, Male and High School Relays
  • Challenged, Clydesdale and Athena, top three in each category
  • 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 by going HERE.
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.

Here on Long Island, over 118,000 children receive free or reduced-cost school lunches. For many, school meals are their primary sources of nourishment, and when school lets out for summer vacation, they lose this essential source of nourishment.The Summer Food Service Program provides free, nutritious meals and snacks to help children in low-income areas get the nutrition they need to learn, play, and grow, during the summer months when they are out of school. Island Harvest facilitates this program in Long Island which serves over 40,000 lunches and snacks to Long Island’s children throughout the summer. Visit Island Harvest Summer School Program for more details.

Race Photos

FREE Photos on Facebook and RunSignUp

On Facebook you can download, share, comment, like, and TAG your friends! Just 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: Pre Race, Adult Start, & runners at 0.8 mi mark (245 photos)
LIRP Photo Album Set 2: Bikes on course (346 photos)
LIRP Photo Album Set 3: Finish Line, Post-race & Awards (319 photos)

2018 Photos on FB:
LIRP Photo Album Set 1: (411 photos)
LIRP Photo Album Set 2: (369 photos)
LIRP Photo Album Set 3: (394 photos)

2017 Photos on FB
LIRP Photo Album Set 1: (423 photos)
LIRP Photo Album Set 2: (345 photos)
LIRP Photo Album Set 3: (441 photos)
EP Photo Album

2016 Photos on FB
EP Photo Album

2015 Photos on FB

2014 Photos on FB
EP Photo Album

2013 Photos on FB
EP Photo Album

Same Photos 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!

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