Tuesday, December 18, 2012

i-Love to RUN!

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Woo hoo… Presenting… Team ORSUM!!!!!

We participated in a race, i-Love to RUN, that was hugely inspired by the popular Korean variety show, Running Man! It was put together by i-Weekly and everyone had a lot of fun running, playing and hiding!!

We had to complete many tasks and then eventually solve the final code to win the race. While searching for clues to the final code, we had to hide from the ‘hunters’ who were roaming the whole shopping mall. Not easy at all.

My favourite task would have to be the ‘The Longest Breathe’!

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I had to shout ‘i ~~~~~~~’ and hold it there while the rest ran one round picking up i-Weekly magazines. Amazingly, I managed to last until they completed the round and we completed the task with one attempt!

Even though we didn’t win, we had a lot of fun and we got to mingle with athletes from Team Singapore! I am already looking forward to next year’s edition of i-Love to RUN!!!

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