Jerome Diyco smiles after getting his XTERRA World qualifier certificate and receiving his medal in the U19 age group of the 2015 XTERRA Saipan Championship during the awards ceremony held late last month at the Pacific Islands Club. Joining the light moment is PIC’s Glenn Policare.
XTERRA Saipan 30 to 34 champion Charlie Sendin, right, is joined by runner-up Wataru Takagi in the presentation of medals.
The Top 3 finishers in the 35 to 39 age group, from left, third placer Nathan Mapson, runner-up Leevin Camacho, and champion Keisuke Hirano pose with their medals.
From left, 40 to 44’s third placer Ernie Moises, runner-up Peter Prestley, and Charles Fortier pose for a group photo.
Saipan’s Tyce Mister, center, is flanked by 45 to 49 champion Taro Urashima, left, and Jun Haneda.
Japan’s Yuri Ono, left, and Tetsuya Sugimori celebrate their victory in the 50 to 54 age group.
The Top 3 finishers in the 55 to 59 age group, from left third finisher Makoto Katayama, runner-up Florence Antonio, and champion Alex Oviedo show their XTERRA World qualifier certificate.
Masashi Ando, left, and Alan Moore pose with their medals in the 65 to 69 age group.
Many-time XTERRA Saipan participant G.L. Brown is congratulated by Pivot24’s Kelli Wedd.
Saipan’s Kaity Mattos is all smiles after earning receiving her medal and a qualifying slot in XTERRA World.
Jun Dayao Dayao
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