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    • BACK TO BASICS FOR THE 2016 JFK ISLANDERS

      A 3rd place finish in the standings, but first round exit in the playoffs had put the JFK Islanders a few steps backwards in 2015. With a new mindset and back to basics training program, JFK aims to right last seasons wrongs.

      BACK TO BASICS FOR THE 2016 JFK ISLANDERS
    • UNLOCK POTENTIAL WITH GUAM ELITE BASKETBALL ACADEMY

      Guam’s best basketball talents, led by Will Stinnett and Dom Sablan, have put together a special training program known as the Guam Elite Basketball Academy which is ready to enhance your basketball skills.

      UNLOCK POTENTIAL WITH GUAM ELITE BASKETBALL ACADEMY
    • Q&A: RITES OF PASSAGE CHAMP RICKY CAMP
    • CRUZ’S PRE-SEASON FOOTBALL STARS TO WATCH

      The high school football season is set to officially kick off this weekend and the stars of the league are still aligning. However, based on last season’s performance, there is still a wealth of talents to look out for in the league.

      CRUZ’S PRE-SEASON FOOTBALL STARS TO WATCH
    • SPORTS SPEAK: HOCOG AND HAN @ MIGHTY PURPLE

      In this edition of Sports Speak, GSPN travels to the Mighty Purple Cafe once again with special guests GW Geckos

      SPORTS SPEAK: HOCOG AND HAN @ MIGHTY PURPLE
    • ROVERS NETS TWO GOALS IN LOSS TO BENFICA DE MACAU

      Rovers FC scored a pair of goals in the final 15 minutes of play in the team’s final 2017 AFC Cup qualifying round match, but was unable to overcome Benfica de Macau in a 4-2 contest in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan.

      ROVERS NETS TWO GOALS IN LOSS TO BENFICA DE MACAU
    • ROVERS FC FALL IN FIRST 2017 AFC CUP MATCH

      A free kick awarded to Kygryzstan’s FC Dordoi about 20 minutes into the second half eventually made the difference in the team’s 2-0 victory over Guam’s Rovers FC in the first Group A match of the 2017 AFC Cup qualifying round in Bishkek.

      ROVERS FC FALL IN FIRST 2017 AFC CUP MATCH
    • RAIDERS BEAT SAINTS IN MUDDY DEFENSIVE BATTLE

      Sunday morning’s thunder and rain didn’t stop the GNYFF from continuing their second week of action, brining forth a defensive and muddy showdown between the Matua division Raiders and Saints where the Raiders clutched out a tough 6-2 win.

      RAIDERS BEAT SAINTS IN MUDDY DEFENSIVE BATTLE
    • MANHA GIANTS OVERCOME EAGLES FAST START

      The Manha Giants flipped the script on the Eagles in the second half, turning a close game into a big win as the GNYFF carries on to their second week.

      MANHA GIANTS OVERCOME EAGLES FAST START
    • GECKOS AIM TO GET BACK TO CHAMPIONSHIP FORM

      No team has played in a title game more than the GW Geckos in the past decade. Though their title hopes fell short last season, the purple and gold aim to prove they’re still one of the league’s best in 2016.

      GECKOS AIM TO GET BACK TO CHAMPIONSHIP FORM

    2016 Rio Olympics

    MOUNTAIN BIKER LOMBARD WRAPS UP GUAM IN RIO

    MOUNTAIN BIKER LOMBARD WRAPS UP GUAM IN RIO

    Guam’s Peter Lombard was the last of five athletes to represent Guam in the 2016 Rio Olympics. Lombard received a

    OLYMPIC SPRINTERS TUGADE, ILUSTRE READY FOR RACE DAY

    OLYMPIC SPRINTERS TUGADE, ILUSTRE READY FOR RACE DAY

    Olympic sprinters Regine Tugade, the fastest woman in Micronesia, and Josh Ilustre are gearing up for their running events this weekend with the pair competing in their first ever Olympic events.

    GUAMS OLYMPIC SWIMMERS REFLECT ON PERFORMANCE

    GUAMS OLYMPIC SWIMMERS REFLECT ON PERFORMANCE

    Guam’s two olympic swimmers Benji Schulte and Pilar Shimizu had plenty to be proud of after completing their 2016 Olympic meet in the 100m breaststroke. The pair caught up with GSPN, reflecting on their races.

    SCHULTE BREAKS PERSONAL, NATIONAL RECORD AT OLYMPICS

    SCHULTE BREAKS PERSONAL, NATIONAL RECORD AT OLYMPICS

    Oceania gold medalist Benji Schulte raced out of Heat 1 of the Rio Olympics’ 100m breastroke and broke a personal

    SCHULTE LEADS GUAM IN OLYMPICS OPENING CEREMONY

    SCHULTE LEADS GUAM IN OLYMPICS OPENING CEREMONY

    Guam’s Benji Schulte took a deep breathe while walking through the Parade of Nations as Guam’s flag bearer during the

    SCHULTE SELECTED AS GUAM OLYMPIC FLAG BEARER

    SCHULTE SELECTED AS GUAM OLYMPIC FLAG BEARER

    Announced earlier today, Guam’s official flag bearer for the 2016 Rio Olympics opening ceremony is swimmer Benji Schulte. Schulte responded

    OLYMPIC PROFILE: SPRINTER JOSH ILUSTRE

    OLYMPIC PROFILE: SPRINTER JOSH ILUSTRE

    By Jay Leon Guerrero Four years ago, a standout local track athlete made a goal to train hard in hopes