GCC competition: overall team and individual winners
You have all done an amazing job supporting each other in teams and striving as individuals to cover a total distance of 355,113 km equating to walking around the world 8.86 times whilst having fun and get fitter on the way.
We are pleased to announce the 2014 GCC winning TEAM is Harpreet’s Heroes. Congratulations.
The prize, five group visit fitness passes for seven people generously sponsored by Sydney Uni Sport & Fitness (SUSF) will be presented at the end of GCC event 9am Wednesday, 1st October at the Forum Restaurant .
We will keep you in suspense until the 1st October, end of GCC event when we announce the top participant and award their prize.
Click here for the overall team winner competition terms and conditions.
Click here for the overall individual winner competition terms and conditions.
Most improved team and individual
To help motivate you to keep moving during the winter months, we had four scrumptious tasting plates from the Forum Restaurant as the prize for the most improved team with the greatest percentage increase in their average step count. The winner was determined from the Administrator’s GCC Leader Board report and we’re pleased announce that This is IT from the Sydney Business School has won the title of most improved team during the period 16 to 30 July 2014.
As an added incentive, we were also looking for the most improved individual participant with the greatest percentage increase in their average step count. The winner of the most improved individual title was also determined from the Administrator’s GCC Leader Board report and we’re pleased to announce that Mark Villar from the vICTims (Information and Communications Technology) has won the title and walked away with a Fitbit.
Congratulations to all the winners.
Click here for the most improved team terms and conditions.
Click here for the most improved individual terms and conditions.
Where in the Uni?
Our first competition for this year’s GCC was the Where in the Uni? photo competition. After choosing the top five entries to face a University-wide vote on Yammer, the winner has been chosen.
We are pleased to announce that Harpreets Heroes (ICT) has won with 49% of the vote, just edging out Lost in Pace (University Library) with 42%. Congratulations Gregory Baker-Moss, Janusz Tydda, Harpreet Singh, Blake Suggett, Nicolas Leikvold, Witold Janus and Morgan Jones from Information and Communications Technology on your win.
Thank you to everyone that entered and remember to keep an eye on Staff News and Yammer to find out more about future competitions.