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MBA students compete in 8 Task Challenge

Posted on 12/04/2011

Four MBA International Management students took part in this year's 8 Task Challenge, which took place in Rutland on Saturday April 9. The event consisted of a 3 mile run, two mental challenges, then a 12 mile cycle, two more mental challenges, and finally canoeing. More than 125 university teams from all over the UK and Ireland took part, and there was a total prize fund of £8,500.

MBA students Divyesh Amipara, Tabbish Mahmood, Ahmet Vurgun and Sam Groves did their best but unfortunately did not win any of the prizes.

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What the students gained from the experience

Sam Groves
"I decided to participate in the 8 Task Challenge to improve my health while enjoying the company of my fellow MBA course mates in a team building environment."  

Divyesh Amipara
"I love challenges and 8 task gave me the chance to show my abilities to win. I joined the RHUL MBA team to get regular exercise, enjoy various sports, and enjoy the action and team work."

Tabbish Mahmood
"I participated in the challenge because it is exciting, challenging and intriguing."

Ahmet Vurgun
"I desired to represent RHUL in a sports-based competition." 


8 Task Challenge


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