5-70.3 Distance Triathlons | 5 Hawaiian Islands | 5 Days = 565 km
The EPIC565 is one of our ten year anniversary offerings and will take place August 12-16, 2020
We will start on Kauai and our adventure will include travel between 5 Hawaiian islands.
The registration fee for the 2020 EPIC565 event is $6565 USD
This includes the following:
50% of your total registration fee is due within five (5) business days of your acceptance by EPIC5 Challenge to participate in the event. The remaining 50% of the total registration fee is due on the date that is five (5) calendar months prior to the first day of the event. The Inter-Island Flight & Event Shuttle package fees are due 3 months prior to the event. Invoices will be sent via email and can be paid with either credit card or bank wire transfer.
Failure to timely make either of these payments shall result in the forfeiture of your participation slot as well as any monies that you may have paid to EPIC5 Challenge.
EPIC5 Challenge, at its sole discretion, may defer your entry to a future event upon your written request and on a case-by-case basis, but is under no obligation to do so.
Lastly, in the event that a minimum number of participants (as determined by EPIC5 Challenge) have not been accepted by EPIC5 Challenge by five (5) calendar months prior to the first day of the event, EPIC5 Challenge, in its sole discretion, shall have the right to cancel such event and provide a full refund of all monies that you may have paid to EPIC5 Challenge.
The daily time limit is 8.5 hours.
The swim cutoff is 1h:20m after we start.
The bike cutoff is 5h:30m after we start.
USAT or USA Triathlon is the governing body of multisport in the United States. The term “sanction” refers to the compliance of a multisport event to USAT’s safety requirements and staffing. Safety plans, course maps, and event details must be reviewed & approved by USAT. This ensures events are safe and fair competition environments, with the EPIC5 events credited towards your annual USAT rankings.
USAT sanctions and insures a multitude of events across the United States. USAT not only sanctions triathlons, but also paratriathlons, duathlons, aquathlons, aquabikes, off-road events, winter triathlons, youth races, camps and clinics.