TRENCHTM KIDS 2020 • Registration

Tumon, Tamuning, 96913, Guam





March 6, 2020

Håfa Adai Parents and Guardians of Guam’s Ko’ko’ Kids, Trench Kids and Strider Bike Race Participants:

Thank you for your continued support of the Ko’ko’ Kids event. We are writing to inform you that the 2020 event, which was scheduled for Sunday, March 22 has been postponed.

As you are aware, our island’s leaders have been closely monitoring the COVID-19 (coronavirus) situation in our region and have asked that all Guam events be postponed in the best interest of our young participants, residents and volunteers. We will reach out again when we have a new date in place.

We encourage the entire island community to stay healthy and strong by practicing good hygiene and to treat others with the Håfa Adai Island Spirit!

Thank you for your understanding,

Team Ko’ko’
Guam Visitors Bureau | Trench Events | Little Riders Guam




TRENCH™ KIDS is a Mini Obstacle Course Race exclusively for children ages 4 - 11 to take place on Sunday, March 22nd at the Gov. Joseph Flores Memorial / Ypao Beach Park during the 2nd Annual Ko'Ko' Kids Fest event.

Children will get a chance to tackle up to 10 different obstacles and terrain challenges on the course. All participants receive a bib, finisher medal, refreshments, and custom 100% polyester tech participant shirt. Awards and prizes will be given to top 3 boys and girls in their age division.

•Show time: 6:30 AM

•Start time: 7:00 AM (Different start times for each age division)

•Distance: Approximately 1~ 1.5km depending on age group

•Obstacles: Approximately 10

•Solo Runner Divisions: 4-5yrs / 6-7yrs / 8-9yrs / 10-11yrs
Limited to 100-120 runners per age group. Register early before sold out.

•Top 3 Boys & Girls in each division to be awarded with trophies.

4 Kid Team Challenge. Teach your children the value of teamwork early. 2 Age groups. (6-8yrs & 9-11yrs) Limit 20 teams per age division. Must have 4 members in a team. Awards for fastest team.

•Registration includes Finisher medal, Participant dri-fit shirt, Aloha Maid, and Finisher fruits. 

$25 from 01/01/20 Early Bird Rate
$30 from 02/01/20 or after first 100 Early Birds signed up.
$40 from 03/01/20

•Registration DEADLINE March 18th (03/18/20) at 7pm or will CLOSE after all available slots are filled.

•Confirmed packet pickup dates and time to be announced and emailed to every registrant at least a week before the event. Information to be provided in email with start times for each division.

Parents please DO NOT enter your name under the ATTENDEE portion of the registration. This is for the participant. Your Child's name.

Please see and consider the new registration insurance offered by Fanshield. Registration is Non-refundable. READ the waiver of liability before checkmarking as read and agreed.

Shirt sizes are now tied into an inventory to ensure everyone receives their ordered shirt size first come first served. Once size is unavailable, you will need to select a different size.

We have resolved the sizing issue we encountered with our factory (last year) and shirts will be US standard sizes. Please see size specifications shown below listed and select your size upon checkout.

Cheating will not be tolerated. All participating children must attempt every obstacle before proceeding to penalty exercise. Parents, please register your child in the correct age group. You WILL be caught and disqualified and maybe not allowed to come back.
If your child is older than 11yrs, our adult race TRENCH™ CHALLENGE in September will allow for him/her to participate if registered together with an adult.

TRENCH KIDS was designed to let young children compete in a fun, family friendly, competitive atmosphere. Children of all sizes and skill levels are encouraged to participate. In an effort to create a culture of good sportsmanship with these young runners, parents and other spectators are asked to follow the guidelines below to ensure the race remains friendly and support ALL PARTICIPANTS.

1.Healthy competition means keeping the race fun. Kids would rather have fun than just focus on winning.
2.Healthy competition means doing your best and learning that sometimes doing your best puts you on the podium, and sometimes it doesn’t. That’s OK.
3.Healthy competition means being supportive of others. Encourage interaction! It’s OK to make friends with other competitors and even congratulate the winner. No one likes a sore loser.
4.Give positive, supportive encouragement only. (DO NOT use profanity and please avoid negative comments and verbal harassment.)
5.Respect ALL participants, their parents, race officials, and volunteers. No one is perfect, but that doesn’t mean we aren’t trying our best.
6.Remember, these are children. The race is for the kids — not for adults and their personal goals.

At Trench Kids, we love inspiring kids to stay active.

Because we are dealing with impressionable youth, any inappropriate or disruptive behavior will not be tolerated. Offenders will be asked to leave the event.