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VIDEO: FRANK ‘THE CRANK’ SHARES 24-RUN/WALK EXPERIENCE

Last weekend, Marianas own Frank ‘The Crank’ Camacho wanted to raise awareness for homelessness through a 24-hour walk through Guam from the Southern to Northern points.

With a small dedicated group, Camacho fulfilled his goal, raised funds and went through one of the hardest trials ever in his entire life. Catch up with Crank in this exclusive interview with GSPN Sports Director Robert Balajadia.

(for more on the experience, check out Frank ‘The Crank’ on social media to get content during the walk itself as it happened in real time!)

Frank “The Crank” Camacho and company stroll through Agat on their 24-hour run/walk for homelessness. (Photo by Michael Blas)

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