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Underwood challenges people to race him...for lunch

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by Krystal Paco

Guam - Can you beat the president?

If you're 45 years or older, UOG president Dr. Robert Underwood challenges you to beat his time in the upcoming UOG Charter Day 5k slated for march 9 at the UOG Fieldhouse.

In a release, Underwood states, "If you can beat my time, I'll give you a gift certificate for lunch."

The 5k is slated for March 9 at the UOG Fieldhouse.

Show time is 5:30 a.m. and go time is 6 a.m.

T-shirts will be given to the first 150 finishers in addition to refreshments and raffle prizes following the race.

Runners of all ages can register at the UOG Fieldhouse or at Hornet Sporting Goods. Per-registration is $7 per runner and $10 on race day.

Registration forms can also be downloaded at http://www.uog.edu/charterday.

 

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