Guam at the 2011 Pacific Games

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Guam competed at the 2011 Pacific Games in Nouméa, New Caledonia between August 27 and September 10, 2011, finishing 14th, with 6 silver and 5 bronze medals. Guam had 312 competitors.[1]

Athletics pictogram.svg Athletics[edit]

Guam has qualified 6 athletes.[2]

Men
  • Michael Herreros
  • Derek Mandell - Silver medal icon.svg 1500m
Women
  • Amy Atkinson
  • Naomi Blaz
  • Pollara Cobb
  • Genie Gerardo

Baseball pictogram.svg Baseball[edit]

Guam has qualified a team. Each team can have a maximum of 20 athletes.[3]

Men - Silver medal icon.svg Team Tournament

  • Dale Alvarez
  • Brian Balajadia
  • Jathan Barnes
  • Rico Castro
  • Dominic Cruz
  • Ryan Martinez
  • Thomas Morrison
  • Chad Palomo
  • John Pangelinan
  • Jim Reyes
  • John Salas
  • Freddy Cepeda Jr
  • Thomas Sarmiento
  • Anthony Yatar Jr
  • Roke Alcantara Jr
  • Alexander Cruz
  • Paul Pangelinan
  • Joseph Tuquero

Basketball pictogram.svg Basketball[edit]

Guam has qualified a men's and women's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 12 athletes[4][5]

Men - Silver medal icon.svg Team Tournament

  • Andrew Borja
  • De’Andre Walker
  • Edgardo Baza
  • James Stake
  • Jine Han
  • John Chaco
  • Joseph Blas Jr
  • Romeo Sanchez
  • Seve Susuico
  • Shintaro Okada
  • Vince Estella
  • William Stinnett
Women
  • Ann Pajaro
  • April Pardilla
  • Brianna Benito
  • Derin Santos
  • Ha’Ani Mendiola
  • Jocelyn Pardilla
  • Kathryn Castro
  • Raelene Tajalle

Bodybuilding pictogram.svg Bodybuilding[edit]

Guam has qualified 3 athletes.[6]

Men
  • Inacay Brando - Silver medal icon.svg -65 kg
  • Richard Rosete - Silver medal icon.svg -75 kg
Women
  • Florencia Burke - Bronze medal icon.svg -55 kg

Canoeing (flatwater) pictogram.svg Canoeing[edit]

Guam has qualified 8 athletes.[7]

Men
  • Austin Carbullido
  • Shawn Franquez
  • Scott Ishizu
  • Jesse Perez
  • Kaohu Ruiz
  • Carl Aguon Jr
  • Alfred Sgambelluri
  • William Taitingfong Jr

Football pictogram.svg Football[edit]

Guam has qualified a men's and women's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 21 athletes.[8][9]

Men
  • Brett Maluwelmeng
  • Julius Campus
  • Matthew Cruz
  • Scott Leon Guerrero
  • Edward Calvo
  • Shawn Spindel
  • Ian Mariano
  • Dominic Gadia
  • Elias Merfalen
  • Jason Cunliffe
  • Christian Schweizer
  • Dylan Naputi
  • David Manibusan
  • Andre Gadia
  • Jonathan Odell
  • Joseph Laanan
  • Mark Chargualaf
Women
  • Nichole Paulino
  • Simone Willter
  • Ashley Besagar
  • Tatyana Ungacta
  • Tanya Blas-Cruz
  • Rachel Jordan
  • Jannel Banks
  • Kristin Thompson
  • Arisa Recella
  • Aika Young
  • Alexy Barbe
  • Phoebe Minato
  • Tiana Jo Piper
  • Felicia Alumbaugh
  • Susanna Schlub
  • Therese Diaz
  • Andrea Odell
  • Jena Cruz

Golf pictogram.svg Golf[edit]

Guam has qualified 8 athletes.[10]

Men
  • Mando Iwanaga
  • Jimmy Mafnas
  • John Muna
  • Nathan Zhao
Women
  • Teresita Blair
  • Pearl Magallanes
  • Anna-Rose Tarpley
  • Nalathai Vongjalorn

Judo pictogram.svg Judo[edit]

Guam has qualified 5 athletes.[11]

Men
  • Gen Imai
  • Mario Manglona
  • Vandric Castro
  • Jerome Advincula
Women
  • Kaiulani Cruz

Rugby union pictogram.svg Rugby Sevens[edit]

Guam has qualified a women's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 12 athletes.[12]

Women
  • Jennifer Farley
  • Kayla Taguacta
  • Kimberly Taguacta
  • Maria Sgro
  • Tiffany Tallada
  • Stephanie Tanh
  • Tasi Ada
  • Kimberly Sherman
  • Cera Taguacta

Surfing pictogram.svg Surfing[edit]

Guam has qualified 6 athletes.[13]

Men
  • Richmond Arciaga
  • Charles Ikehara
  • Derrick Ikehara
  • Frederick Mendiola
  • Cheyne Purcell
  • Edward Santiago III

Swimming pictogram.svg Swimming[edit]

Guam has qualified 9 athletes.[14]

Men
  • Pierson Cruz
  • Christopher Duenas
  • Rioin Oshiro
  • Johnny Rivera
  • Benjamin Schulte - Silver medal icon.svg 1500m Freestyle
Women
  • Jenina Cruz
  • Jessica Jones
  • Province Poppe
  • Pilar Shimizu

Table tennis pictogram.svg Table Tennis[edit]

Guam has qualified 2 athletes.[15]

Men
  • Arman Burgos
  • Edwin Cadag

Taekwondo pictogram.svg Taekwondo[edit]

Guam has qualified 5 athletes.[16]

Men
  • Joseph Ho - Bronze medal icon.svg -54 kg
  • Gilbert Pascua
  • Terrence Lapitan - Bronze medal icon.svg -58 kg
  • Vincent Garrido
Women
  • Hang Pham - Bronze medal icon.svg -49 kg

Triathlon pictogram.svg Triathlon[edit]

Guam has qualified 5 athletes.[17]

Men
  • Joseph Dela Cruz
  • Peter Lombaed II - Bronze medal icon.svg Mixed Team Sprint
  • Mark Walters - Bronze medal icon.svg Mixed Team Sprint
Women
  • Kelly Dawes
  • Chiyo Lombard - Bronze medal icon.svg Mixed Team Sprint

Volleyball (indoor) pictogram.svg Volleyball[edit]

Beach Volleyball[edit]

Guam has qualified a men's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 2 members.[18]

Men
  • David Rillera Jr
  • Brian Matanane

Indoor Volleyball[edit]

Guam has qualified a men's and women's team. Each team can consist of a maximum of 12 members.[19]

Men
  • Kylon Eckert
  • Charles Macias
  • Kenneth Leon Guerrero
  • Raymond Mantanona
  • Nikolaus Chaco
  • Micah Herron
  • John Taimanglo
  • Miles Herron
  • Steven Finona
  • Joshua Cruz
  • Robert Borden
  • Tristan Tapia
Women
  • Crista Nauta
  • Charmaine Garcia
  • Colleen Flores
  • Gemma Datuin
  • Estella Blass
  • Shanniqua Mendiola
  • Jesse Pinkston
  • Catherine Aquinde
  • Amy Atkinson
  • Naomi Blaz
  • Pollara Cobb

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