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Additional race information can be found at http://eventpowerli.com/race-details/mighty-hamptons-triathlon/.
The Mighty Hamptons is a world renowned Olympic Distance course that has had athletes such as Dave Scott, TJ Tollakson, Allison Roe, Danielle Sullivan, Scott Tinley and John Howard as past competitors.
It is held at pristine Long Beach in Sag Harbor with a wonderful 1.5K swim in Noyac Bay, followed by a rolling scenic 23.8 mile bike tour of the Hamptons and finishing with a fast, flat 10K run through the quiet scenic streets of North Haven.
Free photos will be posted on the Facebook page. Here you can comment, share, download and just have fun with your friends and Families.
All past Facebook photo album links are here.
The same photos will also 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.
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The Town of Southampton has a policy that all registered participants for bike races or events with cycling, must have each participant sign an Indemnification and Hold Harmless Agreement.
Please sign this document and mail to: EventPower, 98 Southdown Road, Huntington, NY 11743.
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