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Guam Ko' Ko' Road Race this Sunday

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by Dave Delgado

Guam - Make sure to come out and support all your local runners and off island competitors as they compete in the 2010 Guam Ko' Ko' Road Race on Sunday October 17. The Eikeden Relay and Half Marathon is presented by numerous sponsors along with Adidas Japan and the Guam Visitors Bureau. The race will start and end at Governor Joseph Flores Memorial Park (Ypao Beach Park) near GVB.

Showtime is at 4:00 am with go time starting at 5:00 am. Over a thousand plus runners came out for last years run where local runner Derek Mandell set a new course record in the half marathon with a time of 1:16:43. Check out guamkokoroadrace.com for more information.

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