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Congratulations most improved competition winners

8 August 2014
Most improved team winner

Ruth Friedman from the Forum Restaurant presents the most improved team prize to This is IT: Christian Gouveros (team captain), Dat Nguyen, Hadi Mostafavi, Lucinda Matthews, Richard Warr, Shannon Hong and Timo Frost.

Most improved individual winner

The most improved individual winner Mark Villar with his Fitbit (photographed with team mate Jason Williams).

To help motivate University GCC participants during the winter months, we recently held a most improved team and individual competition. The team and individual with the greatest percentage increase in their average step count during the period 16 to 30 July would be the ultimate winners.

This is IT from the Sydney Business School won the title of most improved team and received a voucher for four scrumptious tasting plates from the Forum Restaurant. Mark Villar from the vICTims (Information and Communications Technology) won the title of most improved individual and walked away with a Fitbit.

Keep moving everyone and we’ll see you at the finish line.

GCC photo competition prize presentation

31 July 2014
GCC photo competition winners presentation

Harpeets Heroes receive their prizes

Fiona Wolfenden, Claims Prevention Coordinator and Justine Cantley, Injury Management Manager from Injury Management Services were pleased to attend a morning tea organised by Harpreet’s Heroes to celebrate their 2014 Global Corporate Challenge (GCC) best team photo competition win.

The heroes enthusiastically received their Allianz goodie bags and have pledged to keep walking. They are armed with a number of winning strategies to get them to the GCC finishing line, but according to Gregory Baker-Moss their real strategy is to just put in the steps.

“We are a desk bound group who have committed to moving more, walking more and winning the challenge,” he said. “The real prize is team bonding, healthier, happier bodies and minds and hopefully lots more energy.”