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Trench Challenge this Sunday at the Guam International Raceway in Yigo. You have until tomorrow to register for the event. Registration can be done at Hafaloha in Tumon or online at www.trenchevents.com. Elite Division athletes have a chance to qualify for the OCR World Championships being held in Canada on October.

The recreation division is a no time, no penalty for not completing an obstacle. Go at your own pace and do it solo or with a team of up to 20 competitors. This is a great way to bond with co-workers and friends.

Last year the race raised $5,000.00 for Special Olympics Guam and Guam Cancer Care. Official charity partners Special Olympics Guam and Guam Cancer Care will have dedicated start times for each organization. All of the proceeds in each start time will be donated to the organization on top of the partial proceeds from all registrants.

Also happening during Trench Challenge will be day 2/the 5th Marianas Trench Throwdown team fitness competition hosted by Chamorri CrossFit

All participants will be rewarded with a bottle opener Finisher medal, performance dri-fit finisher shirt, Finisher beverage, and Finisher Pizza!

For more information on this event, find Trench Events on Facebook.

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