Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon Celebrates 25th Annual Race With Over 450 Participants - 27 East

Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon Celebrates 25th Annual Race With Over 450 Participants

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After completing the swimming portion of the triathlon, athletes get out of the water and head toward their bikes to start the cycling portion.

After completing the swimming portion of the triathlon, athletes get out of the water and head toward their bikes to start the cycling portion.

After completing the swimming portion of the triathlon, athletes get out of the water and head toward their bikes to start the cycling portion.

After completing the swimming portion of the triathlon, athletes get out of the water and head toward their bikes to start the cycling portion. KYRIL BROMLEY

After completing the swimming portion of the triathlon, athletes get out of the water and head toward their bikes to start the cycling portion.

After completing the swimming portion of the triathlon, athletes get out of the water and head toward their bikes to start the cycling portion. KYRIL BROMLEY

Triathletes gets out of the water and head toward their bikes to start the cycling portion of the race.

Triathletes gets out of the water and head toward their bikes to start the cycling portion of the race. KYRIL BROMLEY

Triathletes in the cycling portion of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning.

Triathletes in the cycling portion of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Triathletes in the cycling portion of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning.

Triathletes in the cycling portion of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Triathletes in the cycling portion of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning.

Triathletes in the cycling portion of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Triathletes in the cycling portion of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning.

Triathletes in the cycling portion of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Triathletes in the cycling portion of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning.

Triathletes in the cycling portion of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Tom Eikelberg heads toward the finish line to become champion of the 25th annual Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning.

Tom Eikelberg heads toward the finish line to become champion of the 25th annual Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Tom Eikelberg crosses the finish line to become champion of the 25th annual Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning.

Tom Eikelberg crosses the finish line to become champion of the 25th annual Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Tom Eikelberg crosses the finish line to become champion of the 25th annual Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning.

Tom Eikelberg crosses the finish line to become champion of the 25th annual Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

Tom Eikelberg was the winner of the 25th annual Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning.

Tom Eikelberg was the winner of the 25th annual Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon on Sunday morning. KYRIL BROMLEY

The second overall finisher, Shawn Faurot, crosses the finish line.

The second overall finisher, Shawn Faurot, crosses the finish line. KYRIL BROMLEY

The women's champion, Danielle Sullivan, heads up the incline of the Montauk Lighthouse toward the finish line.

The women's champion, Danielle Sullivan, heads up the incline of the Montauk Lighthouse toward the finish line. KYRIL BROMLEY

The top three women finishers of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon, from left, Betsy Eikelberg, Danielle Sullivan and Olivia Ebenstein.

The top three women finishers of the Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon, from left, Betsy Eikelberg, Danielle Sullivan and Olivia Ebenstein. KYRIL BROMLEY

Drew Budd on Jul 21, 2021
The 25th anniversary Montauk Lighthouse Triathlon welcomed back well over 450 participants with seasonable weather and a highly competitive field on Sunday morning, July 18. Vicki Ventura, who has been... more

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