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Bodybuilding & Fitness Championships at Marriott

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - The Guam National Physique Committee is proud to present the Michelob Ultra 2010 Guam National Bodybuilding & Body Fitness Championships and Health & Fitness Fair. The event will take place at the Marriott Resort and Spa tomorrow with preliminary judging starting at 9am with the actual show getting underway at 6pm.

Doors for the event open at 5pm at a cost of $22.50 with tickets being sold at both Paradise Fitness locations, the Charles King Gym at Big Navy and the airport, Ocean Vista, 76/Circle K service stations or at the door at a cost of $25. Over 30 competitors will be competing with an estimated 500 guests looking to be in attendance.

The GNPC will be sending athletes to the Men's World Bodybuilding Championships in Baku, Azerbaijan on November 3, so funds raised from the event will go towards helping those athletes.

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