Sun May 14, 2023 East Islip, NY 11730 US Directions


Individual Duathlon

8:30AM EDT
Open to ages 14+.

Duathlon Relay

8:30AM EDT
Open to ages 7+.

High School Relay

8:30AM EDT
Open to ages 11 - 18.

Race Website

Additional race information can be found at


1 Heckscher State Pkwy
East Islip, NY US 11730


The Mighty Mother's Day Duathlon is a great way to start your season! This event has been a mainstay on the multi-sport scene for over 20 years with a very flat 3 lap bike course and some grass and dirt on the run.

Celebrate the ladies in your life! Sparkling cider, chocolate and awards await you at the finish line!

Adult Race: Run: 1.8 miles, Bike: 10.5 miles, Second run: 1.8 miles

Start Time: 8:30am

Time Trial Start: 8:32am. This is the bike portion only. 

You are not guaranteed your t-shirt size if you register after May 5th.

You get FREE Photos by LIRP Long Island Running Photos

which will be posted on the EventPower Facebook page. Here you can comment, share, download and just have fun with your friends and Families.
All photos are FREE! You can also ask Ed of LIRP to take any special photos with your friends and family if you like.
All Facebook photo album links here.

The same photos will be posted here on RunSignUp, with the ability to search for your photos by bib# or name. Just click on the photos tab above, and select Facebook or RSU.
Or Click on this Photos link. Be sure to set the race year in the drop down box.

IMPORTANT:  Bib# Body Placement click here
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.

Race Contact Info

If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.


COVID - 19 Safety Plan

COVID-19 Safety Plan
At EventPower, we have been working to develop a plan that will allow athletes, volunteers and everyone to feel safe when we are able to resume events.  Following best practices as well as state and local guidelines we will be prepared to offer race opportunities that are in line with all safety consideration and requirements.
Below is our refund/transfer policy and guidelines we will follow.

1.     If a race is cancelled due to COVID-19 your entry will automatically be deferred to the same race of the following year.

2.  If you would like to transfer your entry to a different race, there is a $20 transfer fee and you must transfer your entry at least 30 days prior to the race date.

– If you are transferring from a higher priced race to a lower priced race, you will not be refunded the difference.
– If you are transferring from a lower priced race to a higher priced race, you will be required to pay the difference in addition to the transfer fee.
– Transfers must take place no later than 30 days prior to the race date.
– You may transfer into eligible races (races that are not yet sold out) until 30 days prior to the race date. This may be done through your profile on

3.     No refunds will be given.

4.     Our pre-COVID-19 policy still stands:  The Event Producer, in its sole discretion, may delay, modify, or cancel the Event for any reason, including if it believes the conditions on the race day are unsafe. In the event the Event is delayed, modified, or cancelled, including but not limited to acts of God or the elements (including without limitation, wind, rough water, rain, hail, hurricane, tornado, earthquake), acts of terrorism, fire, public disaster, flood, unavoidable casualty, race course conditions, or any other cause beyond the control of Event Producer, there shall be no refund of entry fee or any other costs incurred in connection with the Event.


More bike racks with less people per rack will be set up in transition areas.  Rather than 16 people per rack we would have 6 people per rack.
Swim starts will change from mass start (typically 150 people) to a time trial start (1 person at a time) or mini group start (12 to 50 people) – pending state guidelines at the time of a given race.
All participants would receive a mask and need to wear it from the time they enter the race site to when they enter the water.  Trash bins will be in place at the swim start for discarding masks as athletes enter the water.
Water bottles will be available at the water stop and finish line as opposed to cups.  Racers will take their own bottle off the table rather than a volunteer handing off to each person.
Participants would retrieve their own finisher medal after the race rather than volunteers presenting medals to finishers.
After participants cross the finish line there will be a table with masks.   Race finishers will be required to mask up before they leave the finish chute.
We would discourage more than one spectator per athlete to attend any event and ask participants to not linger after the race.
Following state guidelines, post-race food will change to pre-wrapped, individual snacks.
Hand sanitizer stations will be placed throughout the event site.
All volunteers and staff will be required to wear a mask throughout the event.
Eventpower maintains  a no refund policy.  As we face restrictions and limitations of COVID-19 safety requirements, adjustments will potentially be made such as offering race entry deferral or virtual event participation, but no refunds can be offered.
Thank you for your understanding.


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