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IIJIMA FULFILLS DREAM AS A PRO TRIATHLETE

IIJIMA FULFILLS DREAM AS A PRO TRIATHLETE

Super athlete Manami Iijima is now a pro triathlete!

GUAM LADIES REPRESENT WELL IN CHATTANOOGA

GUAM LADIES REPRESENT WELL IN CHATTANOOGA

In this past weekend’s Ironman 70.3 World Championships in Chattanooga, Tennessee, six female athletes from Guam competed against some of the world’s top triathletes and two of which, Manami Iijima and Laura Nadeau, finished inside the top 15 of their age group.

GUAM ATHLETES READY FOR IRONMAN 70.3 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

GUAM ATHLETES READY FOR IRONMAN 70.3 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

Led by Manami Iijima, Guam has 10 triathletes taking on the Ironman 70.3 World Championships

IIJIMA 1ST OVERALL FINISHER IN 2017 GUAM NATIONAL TRIATHLON CHAMPIONSHIPS

IIJIMA 1ST OVERALL FINISHER IN 2017 GUAM NATIONAL TRIATHLON CHAMPIONSHIPS

By Robert Balajadia The overall winner for the 2017 Guam National Triathlon Championships was a more than familiar face as Guam’s star athlete Manami Iijima crossed the finish line at

NATIONAL TRIATHLON CHAMPIONSHIP SET TO BE BIG

NATIONAL TRIATHLON CHAMPIONSHIP SET TO BE BIG

Get ready for the Guam National Triathlon Championships in July

O’NEAL: EXCLUSIVE TRIATHLON SELECTEE

O’NEAL: EXCLUSIVE TRIATHLON SELECTEE

Cameron O’Neal is just 1 of 7 selectees to compete in Switzerland.

MIYAGI/CAREY TOP BIGGEST GIT YET

MIYAGI/CAREY TOP BIGGEST GIT YET

Sunday’s Olympic Distance Guam International Triathlon was the biggest triathlon of the year for our island, hosting 45 international athletes from Japan and Korea along with 63 local participants. The weather was a concern this weekend as Tropical Storm Champi was still affecting Guam.

OVER 60 PROS TO COMPETE IN TRIATHLON

OVER 60 PROS TO COMPETE IN TRIATHLON

Guam Triathlon Federation announced today that the 2nd annual Leo Palace Guam International Triathlon competition is likely to become the largest triathlon in the Federation’s history and is set for Sunday, October 18th, 2015. At present, over 60 international competitors from Japan and Korea have registered for the event.

XTERRA JAPAN: CAREY 1st, EPPERSON 4th

XTERRA JAPAN: CAREY 1st, EPPERSON 4th

Mieko Carey wins her 5th XTERRA Japan championship while Charlie Epperson and Cam O’Neal finish in the top 6 for men.

WILDE TOPS 2015 NATIONAL TRIATHLON

WILDE TOPS 2015 NATIONAL TRIATHLON

Jonathan Wilde made all the right turns around Merizo Sunday morning, finishing on top of the Guam National Triathlon with professional athlete Charlie Epperson close behind. The relay team of Derek Mandell, Derek Horton, and Alejandro Atoigue were the first to finish the event and Lynn Mattix crossed as the first female solo finisher.