Check out these off-base sports events

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Check out these off-base sports events

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published: May 22, 2015

2015 Cocos Crossing: May 24 | Merizo Pier
Cocos Crossing is a vigorous 2.5 mile & 5 mile open ocean water swim in the beautiful southern village of Merizo. Participants swim from Cocos Island to the Merizo Pier.

Contact: Timothy Fedenko | Phone: 898-8466 | Email: manukaiathleticclub@gmail.com

2015 King’s and Delta Guam Futures Tennis Tournament: May 25 to 31 | Hilton Guam Resort & Spa Tennis Courts
The Guam Futures is an annual International Tennis Federation (ITF) Pro Circuit tournament, realized with tremendous support from THE Japan Tennis Association. The summer tournament attracts touring professional tennis players worldwide to Guam to compete for coveted world-ranking points. The majority of professional players come from Japan and other East Asian countries, as well as Australia and the United States. The tournament’s main draw features both singles and doubles play, with a qualifying round held prior to the start of main draw events. The 2015 edition of the tournament begins May 25.

Contact: Torgun Smith | Phone: 687-5483 | Email: torgun@tennisacademyguam.com
Website: guamtennisfederation.com

Guam Women’s Baseball Cup: August 11 to 16 | Leo Palace Resort Baseball Field
Women’s baseball teams from around the world will converge on the Island of Guam to display their athletic skills and compete in the inaugural 6 team international event “Guam Women’s Baseball Cup”, to be held at Leo Palace Resort beginning August 11th-16th.

Contact: Brad Hewitt | Phone: 787-4880 | Email: nextleveldsptc@gmail.com

22nd Junko Friendship Rubber Baseball Tournament: December 5-6 | Leo Palace Resort Baseball Field
A friendship tournament that features a competitive pool of athletes from Tokyo’s Junko University in Japan against Guam’s finest Major League teams. The tournament oers a unique experience for all athletes and visiting Japan teams as it uses a rubber baseball for greater trajectory and bounce when hit and fielded. The tournament is an annual celebration that highlights sportsmanship, camaraderie and non-stop fun!!

Contact: Kraig Camacho | Phone: 646-5278/9 | Email: kraig.camacho@visitguam.org

Guam Ko’ko’ Half Marathon & Ekiden Relay: December 6 | Gov. Joseph Flores Memorial Park, Tumon
The Guam Ko’ko’ Road Race is Guam’s elite half-marathon and ekiden relay, named after Guam’s territorial bird, the Guam rail or Ko’Ko’. Thousands of runners from Asia, the US and Guam enjoy the beautiful course which follows Guam’s picturesque western coast.

Contact: Kraig Camacho | kraig.camacho@visitguam.org
Email: info@guamkokoroadrace.com
Website: guamkokoroadrace.com

Guam Ko’ko’ Kids Fun Run: December 6 | Gov. Joseph Flores Memorial Park, Tumon
The Guam Ko’ko’ Kids Run is a fun-filled family event featuring a 0.6K, 1.6K and 3.3K Fun-Run for children ages 4-12 years old. All runners receive a t-shirt, finisher’s medal and a chance to win awesome prizes including Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals for the top three boys and girls in each division.

Contact: Kraig Camacho at kraig.camacho@visitguam.org
Email: info@visitguam.org

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