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Challenge Yersel

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This November we are encouraging everyone to ‘Challenge Yersel’!

As part of our Healthy Body Healthy Mind initiative, we are inviting all students to take the month as a chance to try something new. With cash prizes on offer for sports teams, clubs, societies and for individuals, an extra boost to your club funds as well as your physical and mental wellbeing and could inject some fun and motivation to your clubs’ activities as the dark nights and deadlines draw in.

Simply challenge yourself (or your club or class mates) with whatever is your challenge. Share your photos and experiences with us using the hashtag #challengeyersel19 across social media.The winning events will be the most inclusive, creative and engaging! 

Unsure of how you can get involved? Look out for activities on the Union Calendar including loch walks, Sports Union Social Club events, disability sport and more! Remember, it is your challenge and we can’t wait to see or hear what you get up to!

For more info email or get in touch with your Club/Sport President.


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