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MATIENZO, MACALUSO TOP 32nd PLUMERIA 10K

Ryan Matienzo and Rhea Macaluso were the first male and female to finish the 32nd annual Plumeria 10k Saturday morning around the village of Hagatna.

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By Robert Balajadia

The 32nd annual Plumeria 10k stormed Hagatna early Saturday morning as runners made two laps around the village to complete the course. Finishing first was Ryan Matienzo, who was neck-and-neck with Derek Mandell throughout the course of the race until the final stretch.

Matienzo and Mandell finished the first lap of the race matching each others pace until Matienzo gained separation at the end.

Matienzo finished with a 34:19:55 with Mandell finishing 34:26:10. Rhea Macaluso was the first female to finish with the unofficial time of 44:16.

Complete results coming soon!

 

PHOTO GALLERY:

First place finisher Ryan Matienzo all smiles during the 10k finish. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

First place finisher Ryan Matienzo all smiles during the 10k finish. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

Rhea Macaluso was the first female finisher. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

Rhea Macaluso was the first female finisher. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

(photo by Robert Balajadia)

 

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