This past Saturday night, the Men’s Club hosted its annual Ironman contest where students competed in a variety of athletic activities.
The competition consisted of many endeavors such as an obstacle course, pushups, jousting, dunking, chugging and rope climbing.
This year, boys and girls competed in separate categories. Dean Gann and Dean Dubini presented the top winners with trophies.
The first place winner of the boy’s competition was sophomore Rodolfo Segawa. Second place was taken by Dominic White, junior, and third was Sergio Enriquez, freshman.
The girls first place winner was Julia Da Silva, junior, the second place winner was Jovanna Maldonado, junior, and third was Aurelie Gschoepf, sophomore.
Everyone who participated got a medal and those who placed in individual events got candy.
One of this year’s contestants, Damaris Lopez-Morquecho reflected, “The funniest part was where you had to spin around with a bat on your forehead for 10 seconds because Ekenna (one of the men’s club organizers) counted slowly so people would get really dizzy and fall. Also, the rope climb was intimidating but fun.”
This year’s reigning Ironman, Rodolfo Segawa concluded, “All of the activities were fun, and I really enjoyed being able to participate in this event and win.”
Ciara Felix, Student News Team