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REYES/SANTOS TOP GWF MICRONESIA INVI.

The 2015 Guam Weightlifting Federation’s first Micronesia Invitational took over the FD Jungle Saturday with some of Guam’s top lifters taking center stage.

Winning the overall Women’s event was CrossFit Gof Metgot’s Amy Reyes with a Sinclair score of 187.251. The Sinclair score is a measure of weight of lifter combined with weight lifted. 2nd place finisher Allyn Garcia had a solid score of 177.445 and 3rd place finisher Jess Andrews collected a 174.268 score.

For the Men’s division, GetFit’s Raymond Santos rose above the rest with a Sinclair score of 321.54 to take the overall winner. 2nd place finisher Shane Concepcion 314.957 and 3rd place finisher Alex Johnson had a 300.636.

GWF Micronesia Invitational Results

FEMALE

OVERALL
1st – Amy Reyes
2nd – Allyn Garcia
3rd – Jess Andrews

48 kg Division
1st – Allyn Garcia

63 kg Division
1st – Amy Reyes
2nd – Desiree Williams

69 kg Division
1st – Staci Jae Ducusin
2nd – Francine Parra
3rd – Bonnie Lyn Cruz

75 kg Division
1st – Jess Andrews
2nd – Armie Almazan
3rd – Deanndra Chargualaf

(L-R) 2nd place finisher Allyn , 1st place finisher Amy Reyes, and 3rd place finisher Jess Andrews. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

(L-R) 2nd place finisher Allyn Garcia, 1st place finisher Amy Reyes, and 3rd place finisher Jess Andrews. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

MALE

OVERALL
1st – Raymond Santos
2nd – Shane Concepcion
3rd – Alex Johnson

62 kg Divison
1st – Raymond Santos
2nd – Harold Aranda

69 kg Division
1st – Julius Naranjo
2nd – Krysthian Villanueva
3rd – Francis Calvo

77 kg Division
1st – Sheiloh Carlos
2nd – Brian Quigley
3rd – Michael James

85 kg Division
1st – Shane Concepcion
2nd – Kevin Tainatongo
3rd – Joey Tudela

94 kg Division
1st – Alex Johnson
2nd – Angel San Nicolas
3rd – Brandon Holm

(L-R) 2nd place finisher Shane Concepcion, 1st place finisher Santos, and 3rd place finisher Alex Johnson. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

(L-R) 2nd place finisher Shane Concepcion, 1st place finisher Raymond Santos, and 3rd place finisher Alex Johnson. (photo by Robert Balajadia)

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