How much is the entry fee for the Kona Hawaii Ironman?

How much is the entry fee for the Kona Hawaii Ironman?

HOW MUCH DOES THE IRONMAN KONA COST? The triathletes who manage to qualify for Kona will need to pay the entry fees of $1,025 (in 2020, incl. a 4.7120% Hawaii GE Tax) plus the Active processing fees and the USAT $15 one-day fees (only for triathletes who don’t have the annual USAT membership).

How long does a 2.4 mile swim take?

2.4 miles or 3,800 meters is a long time to be swimming. The average age-group swimmer takes roughly eighty minutes to swim this distance without stopping.

Do Ironman athletes make money?

Top professional triathletes earn money through prize purses and sponsors. Lesser-known or less-connected athletes rely heavily on prize money, which is the same for everyone, while athletes with bigger names can make more from sponsors. “It’s harder to get good money out of companies unless you’re really good.”

Is the Ironman 70.3 on Hawai’i Island?

This race allows athletes to ride in the shadows of the greats along the northern portion of the legendary IRONMAN World Championship bike course while experiencing the island’s warm hospitality. To view slot allocations for the 2021 IRONMAN 70.3 Hawai`i, CLICK HERE.

How old do you have to be to run Ironman Hawai’i?

Partial Refund and Deferral Policy information for the 2022 IRONMAN 70.3 Hawai`i will be coming soon. Mahalo for your patience. Athletes must be 18 years of age on race day. Tier prices will automatically increase when capacity has been filled. USAT one-day fees will be $15.00 and annual memberships will be $50.00.

How to change race icon for Ironman Hawai’i?

Please submit your race icon changes to them. This registration link should match the Race Registration Status on the race card. Both are managed by Webmasters. Please submit your updated status and registration link targets to them. Swim with the Honu, sip a Mai Tai, and soak in the unique hospitality of the island of Hawai`i.

Can you wear a wetsuit at Ironman 70.3?

Wetsuits are prohibited at the IRONMAN 70.3 Hawai`i. However, athletes competing in an age group category of 70+ are given the “option” of wearing a sleeveless, full or ¾ wetsuit during the swim portion.