Hamptons Youth Triathlon Returns After Two-Year Hiatus - 27 East

Hamptons Youth Triathlon Returns After Two-Year Hiatus

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Georgie Finelli, left, and Kacey Cottrell, both of Sag Harbor, cross the finish line together. RON ESPOSITO

Georgie Finelli, left, and Kacey Cottrell, both of Sag Harbor, cross the finish line together. RON ESPOSITO

An i-tri athlete runs through the biking staging area.  RON ESPOSITO

An i-tri athlete runs through the biking staging area. RON ESPOSITO

Lucy Knight of East Hampton competing in the Hamptons Youth Triathlon.   RON ESPOSITO

Lucy Knight of East Hampton competing in the Hamptons Youth Triathlon. RON ESPOSITO

I-tri athletes completing the bike portion of the Hamptons Youth Triathlon on Saturday morning.   RON ESPOSITO

I-tri athletes completing the bike portion of the Hamptons Youth Triathlon on Saturday morning. RON ESPOSITO

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I-tri athletes run through the bike staging area. RON ESPOSITO

I-tri athletes run through the bike staging area. RON ESPOSITO

Lily Caplin of Sag Harbor crosses the finish line.   RON ESPOSITO

Lily Caplin of Sag Harbor crosses the finish line. RON ESPOSITO

Lily Caplin of Sag Harbor crosses the finish line.   RON ESPOSITO

Lily Caplin of Sag Harbor crosses the finish line. RON ESPOSITO

Athletes compete in the swim portion of the Hamptons Youth Triathlon at Long Beach on Saturday morning. RON ESPOSITO

Athletes compete in the swim portion of the Hamptons Youth Triathlon at Long Beach on Saturday morning. RON ESPOSITO

I-tri athletes head toward the finish line.  RON ESPOSITO

I-tri athletes head toward the finish line. RON ESPOSITO

Athletes compete in the swim portion of the Hamptons Youth Triathlon at Long Beach on Saturday morning. RON ESPOSITO

Athletes compete in the swim portion of the Hamptons Youth Triathlon at Long Beach on Saturday morning. RON ESPOSITO

I-tri athletes cheer on finishers. RON ESPOSITO

I-tri athletes cheer on finishers. RON ESPOSITO

I-tri athletes cheer on finishers. RON ESPOSITO

I-tri athletes cheer on finishers. RON ESPOSITO

Athletes compete in the swim portion of the Hamptons Youth Triathlon at Long Beach on Saturday morning. RON ESPOSITO

Athletes compete in the swim portion of the Hamptons Youth Triathlon at Long Beach on Saturday morning. RON ESPOSITO

An i-tri athlete retreats out of the water.  RON ESPOSITO

An i-tri athlete retreats out of the water. RON ESPOSITO

Isabella Tapasco of Hampton Bays gets out of the water.   RON ESPOSITO

Isabella Tapasco of Hampton Bays gets out of the water. RON ESPOSITO

Parents, friends and family, and even school officials such as Bridgehampton School Principal Mike Miller, cheer on the athletes. 
  RON ESPOSITO

Parents, friends and family, and even school officials such as Bridgehampton School Principal Mike Miller, cheer on the athletes. RON ESPOSITO

Athletes transition from the swim portion to the next phase of the triathlon.   RON ESPOSITO

Athletes transition from the swim portion to the next phase of the triathlon. RON ESPOSITO

I-tri athletes transition to the bike portion of the triathlon.   RON ESPOSITO

I-tri athletes transition to the bike portion of the triathlon. RON ESPOSITO

Mia Luna, right, was the first overall i-tri athlete to finish the Hamptons Youth Triathlon on Saturday morning.     RON ESPOSITO

Mia Luna, right, was the first overall i-tri athlete to finish the Hamptons Youth Triathlon on Saturday morning. RON ESPOSITO

Jelena Arango Taborda of Mastic leads a group of cyclists.      RON ESPOSITO

Jelena Arango Taborda of Mastic leads a group of cyclists. RON ESPOSITO

Dylan Cashin was the first girl to cross the finish line, second overall.     KRIS VINSKI

Dylan Cashin was the first girl to cross the finish line, second overall. KRIS VINSKI

First i-tri finisher Mia Luna races toward the finish line.    KRIS VINSKI

First i-tri finisher Mia Luna races toward the finish line. KRIS VINSKI

Overall champion of the Hamptons Youth Triathlon Matteo Somma.     KRIS VINSKI

Overall champion of the Hamptons Youth Triathlon Matteo Somma. KRIS VINSKI

Kris Vinski on Jul 20, 2022
After months of training, Mia Luna crossed the finish line as the first i-tri athlete of the Hamptons Youth Triathlon at Long Beach in Sag Harbor on Saturday morning. While... more

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