Guam Participates in 2010 World Games Championships

The Guam Basketball Confederation’s hard work has paid off. The Guam Federation will be participating in the World Congress meeting in Turkey. Because of this the Turkish Basketball Federation has invited Guam to send a female and male youth basketball player as well as a youth basketball coach.

The Guam Basketball Confederation has selected to send Alina Bonto (Youth Female), Curtis Silva (Youth Male), and Jine Han (Youth Coach) to the Children of the World 2010 event. Bonto, Silva, and Han will be traveling with all expenses paid by the Turkish Basketball Federation to Istanbul, Turkey. From August 24 – 31, 2010, these three will be meeting people from over 100 countries, the best coaches and players from the world, and sightseeing in Istanbul.

More than 100 countries will be participating in the Children of the World event in Istanbul, Turkey. The trip has been sponsored by the Turkish Basketball Federation. During this event, the participants will be trained by the best coaches from around the world, get the chance to meet the best basketball players of the world, have the opportunity to watch the best World Championship Games live on court, and discover the wonderful city of Istanbul.

In the photo (Left to Right) Alina Bonto, Coach Jine Han, and Curtis Silva awaiting their next flight in Korea to Turkey.

In the photo (Left to Right) Alina Bonto, Coach Jine Han, and Curtis Silva awaiting their next flight in Korea to Turkey.




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