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Guahan Super Sprint Triathlon this Sunday

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - GTA TeleGuam and the Guam Triathlon Federation will be hosting the Guahan Super Sprint Triathlon on Sunday, September 19 at 7am at the USO in Piti. Competitors will take to a 200-meter swim and then transition into a 10k bike ride and finish up with a 3k run.

For more information on the race contact Dave Torre at 488-0055 or Eric Tydingco at 483-7773 or logon to and signup. You can also register at Hornet Sports in Tamuning; deadline to register is Saturday at 5pm.

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