Saturday, 22 October 2011


Bruquest is BruSton's very own amazing race. Yes, the kind of race where you run around a city following a map, meeting people at certain checkpoints and doing reasonably difficult tasks to get points.

On the 22nd of October, fellow Brustoners and friends participated in this fun-filled activity. We had seven groups of four or three consisting of juniors, seniors and pilot trainees. Before the race, our President, Zainah Azharan gave a briefing at the university concourse outlining the rules of the game and how to win it.

The race started at the Southampton University interchange where all participants are given envelopes containing a map of checkpoints which are spread out all over the city. There are committee members waiting to give out the tasks at every checkpoint. Each task must be completed to receive a point marked by a star sticker on the corresponding location in their maps. The team with the most star stickers and the quickest to arrive at the last checkpoint wins the race.

It was exciting and fun. We hope to conduct this again in the future.

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