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SUITSA Club Emerges Victorious in the 2017 Club Olympics

During a sack race competition

Club Olympics is an afternoon of friendly competition designed to build teamwork and enhance communication with games and activities of all kinds. Each year, The Student Council presents clubs and societies in Strathmore a chance to trade in their markers and flip charts for trainers and sports attire.

As Michael Jordan famously said, “Talent wins games, but teamwork and intelligence wins championships”, we aim at inculcating a culture of togetherness not just within individual clubs but among all clubs.

This year’s Olympics saw 15 clubs coming together with the hope of emerging victorious. The clubs competed in fun games and activities that required team work, agility, coordination, intelligence but most importantly tap into their inner childhood.

The games were those such as filling a water bottle, balloon bursting, wheelbarrow/ mkokoteni race, bean bag racing, blindfolded musical chairs, potato race, sack race, hula hoop race, football and finally tug of war.

After a long afternoon of playing and cheering, SUITSA (Strathmore University IT Students Association) emerged victorious followed by the Spanish and Research Clubs respectively.


Congratulations to the winning teams.