2010 National Championship

The Guam Track & Field Association will be holding our 2010 National Meet at the Leo Palace Track from 2pm-6pm to close off a very successful year or athletics on island. The event will feature sprints, jumps, middle distance runs as well as throws. The islands top athletes will be in attendance as our Guam Team readies itself for the upcoming Micronesian Games held in Palau in early August.

The meet is a combination of our pre-Micro Games challenge since teams from Saipan and other parts of the region were not able to confirm their teams. The meet is open to all individuals as well as teams. For those who are interested in participating in this exciting year ending event you may register at Hornet Sporting Goods in Tamuning or Simple Ideas Gift Shop in Harmon. Registration fee is $5 and it includes a tee-shirt and medals will be awarded to the top three finishers in all events.

This is also your last chance to qualify for the 2010 Oceania Championship in Cairns, Australia from September 22-25. 

We hope to see you there.

GTFA Board


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World Athletic Day Part 1/GTFA Junior National Track & Field Championship April 11  JFK-All high school athletes are eligible
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GTFA Open National Track & Field Championship June 7  Leo Palace


The Guam Track & Field Association exists to:

  1. Develop the framework for athletes to participate competitively at international and regional events.
  2. Promote the development of new athletes through local, developmental, and regional events.
  3. Assist in the development of coaching expertise on Guam to raise the performance level of Athletics.
  4. Develop officiating in the sport of Track & Field to maintain expertise for professionally managed track, cross-country, and road race events.