About

TriLanai Events offers incredible races on the Hawaiian island of Lana`i. Our events are filled with ALOHA! TriLanai Events is operated by Race Director Todd Winston and Assistant Race Director Shelly Barfield. The founder Chris Lovvorn started TriLanai with a vision of supporting the community based organizations that encourage health and wellness. This vision has grown into incredibly fun and challenging events that attract visitors from around the world. Lana`i is an amazing island with a loving community.

TriLanai Events continues to strive to meet the goals set forth by its organizers:

  • Promote fitness and the importance of an active, healthy lifestyle
  • Showcase Lanai’s unique natural beauty
  • Stimulate Lanai’s economy
  • Serve as a fundraising mechanism for local, Lanai-based charitable organizations
  • Provide funding for the TriLanai Scholarship

Experience the Island, Support the Community!

Why TriLanai?

TriLanai is a unique event hosted by the people that live, work and play on the island of Lanai. Since its inception in 2009, TriLanai has hosted hundreds of athletes and raised over $50,000 for local clubs, schools and organizations benefitting the community. With the help of generous sponsors and a strong volunteer effort, TriLanai has grown from an idea into an ever-expanding force for good for the people of Lanai.

World-class athletes and casual participants share the course at TriLanai. The 0.5-mile swim, 10-mile bike ride, and 3-mile run make TriLanai a fun event for varying fitness levels. Compete for a top position or go for your own personal best – but be sure to take in the beauty during the race.. Lanai’s untouched landscape is put on display throughout each section of the course.

While you’re here, “Try Lanai” – experience everything the island has to offer. Lanai’s five-star resort accommodations ensure the perfect paradise getaway complete with fine dining, world-class golf courses, spa services, and more. Explore Lanai City and escape to a simpler time with its historic plantation-era buildings and small-town shops and businesses. Discover your favorite beach along the island’s 18 miles of shoreline. There’s a reason Lanai is known as Hawaii’s best-kept secret.