When I first heard of Rubic Cube Colour theme, I went ... what's that!!?? ...being blur and unknown?!!! But with a little bit of google'ing.. can do wonders.. and here I am.. almost but not yet Bozo the Clown. .. cute eh? :-p
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Rubic Cube Colour!!!
Our past 22 party theme and venue are as follows:
1) First June Party 2010- World cup,
2) Second July Party 2010- White & Denim
3) Third & Fourth Aug & Sept Party 2010- Hari Raya
4) Fifth October Party 2010- the Nerd & Geek
5) Sixth November Party 2010- Hats Off
6) Seventh December Party 2010- Christmas
7) Eight January Party 2011- Kampong
8) Nine February Party 2011- Pyjamas
9) Tenth March Party 2011- Stripes & Polka Dots
10) Eleventh April Party 2011- Cowboys & Cowgirls
11) Twelfth and Thirteenth May & June 2011 Party- Superheroes
12) Fourteenth July 2011 Party: Green & Yellow
13) Fifteenth & Sixteenth August & September 2011 Party- Halloween
14) Seventeenth October 2011 Party- Wear your before COBC old cloth
15) Eighteenth November 2011 Party- Luau Hawaiian
16) Nineteenth December 2011 Party- Smoking Jazzy Roaring 20s
17) Twentieth January 2012 Party- Gennaio Festo Italiano
18) Twenty First February 2012 Party- Mexicano
19) Twenty Second March 2012 party- Checkered and Funky Glasses tea-party
Beside partying to celebrate yet another month of consistent and discipline training as well as getting up close and personal with the Reds (instructors) whom were always so serious, firm and strict while training and also to foster a closer camaraderie between recruits within the same platoons and from other platoons, this month celebration is a little bit special!!
Special because we have with us today a recruit whom started out with the worst discipline and was almost a permanent member of the Couch Potato Lazy @ss Club that had never ran any races before joining our community. Recently, this recruit had completed his first full marathon 42.2km in Borneo International Marathon within the cut-off time. We are very proud of Ali Rahimi Ferdosinezhad.
We are also very proud of our recruit whom had never ran but began running with us and had achieve a good placing as top 3, top 10 and top 50 best runners. We are proud of Joe Liew (Energizer Night Race TOP 50 best for full 42.2km marathon), Norliza Mohd Khaled (No 2, Women's Open at Energizer Night Race), Shyamala Pillai (No 3, Lariam PDRM), Afiza Abdul Halin (No 9, for 10km at Borneo International Marathon), Kenny Lock Heng Weng (TOP 50 best at PJ Dawn race) and Nawal Aini Zulkifli for no 9, full 42.2km Marathon at Borneo International Marathon.
This month too, our lead instructor Staff Sarge (COBC) Dann completed and became the first finisher from Asia to survive the Australia's most grueling "Longest Day Challenge. The Longest Day Challenge is bootcamp hardcore, high intensity challenge which is equivalent to our bootcamp program (multiply by 10 times the intensity) for 25 consecutive hours).
This party was also to share that joy of our comrade's achievement which is both inspiring and motivating.
Yes.. of course.. also to enjoy MAKAN!!!
From far, once voted Spirit of Bootcamp for USJ1, 1st runner-up for Australia 8 Weeks Challenge Dixon Thum (in red)
COBC Admin, Rose Emini Pahamin
Below, Maslina Ahmad Ismail... codename: Kuda Mas
James Fong and Chan Meng Yam
Winnie Chai, Sharon Yip and Wendy yap
Stella and Thomas Baake
May Chong Abdullah and LC Suresh
LC (COBC) Suresh
Patricia Lim Poh Kam
|Chan Meng Yam|
|May Chong Abdullah|
Norhamezan Mohd Amin
|Tan Wee Liam, Regina Ho, May Lyn Wong, Taj Mahal, Patricia Lim Poh Kam|
Taj Mahal , Patricia Lim Poh Kam
Irink Neo, Elgy Tan, May Lyn Wong
Aaraf Armin, Nawal Aini, Elgy Tan
|Dr Malek Aziz|
Lorrine C. Xavier
|Shear Ling Toh|
Tan Mein Mein
|May Lyn Wong|
Wan Hazriq aka Corporal (COBC) Wan
Jill Wee Li Queen
|Melanie Priscilla Lee|
Some people joined the bootcamp to be thin and to lose weight, some people joined the bootcamp to be faster in running, some people join the bootcamp to be healthy but there are also some people (like the one below) that join the bootcamp so she can eat!!!
|Afiza Abdul Halin|
|Chia Kai Chun|
Irink Neo and Tan Mein Mein
We are proud and pleased to recognize the most discipline recruits that had ACE'd their April training. There is nothing more difficult than a commitment for a better health with all the travelling, partying, dining, and endless workload. The recruits that had ACE'd their training for April were as follows:
Lia Asmara Zulkiply
Mohammad Rizal Zakaroa
Sing Li Teh
Damansara Heights Charlie: Abdul Fattah Mohd Mokhtar
Damansara Heights Zulu:
Bandar Utama Alpha:
Taj Mahal Aquino
Nik Aida Yanti
Bandar Utama Bravo:
Afiza Abdul Halin
Norliza Mohd Khalid
Subang jaya USJ1 Charlie:
Norhamezan Mohd Amin
Tan Weel Liam
May Cheong Abdullah
Subang Jaya USJ1 Echo:
Sathiyanand Kumar Sathiya
Subang Jaya USJ1 Dusk:
Nur Zarina Zainal Abidin
H Munjit Singh
Mohd Khairul Nizam Abd Wahan
Wei Chuan Loh
Shah Alam Alpha:
Eng Chia Chan
Shah Alam Zulu: Nur Diyana Alias
The list of April Spirit of Bootcamp are as follows:
|Shazny and Sabrina|
Then we celebrate those born in May...
A short speech of appreciation from me
From June 2012 onwards, for anyone to be certified as an ACE for their training, they must performed and attend the Benchmark Assessment on the first session and the 13th session. It is imperative for all recruits to be assessed on the first and on the last session to ensure that our program generates results.
But the most important message today is in recognizing the achievements of our recruits... the first marathoner Ali Rahimi Ferdosinezhad (from a non-runner to a marathoner- we are proud of ya) and the good placing of our members during competitions and also to our instructor, Staff Sarge Dann for being a finisher and survivor of Australia Longest Day event and Sarge (COBC) Nawal for getting no 9, in women's open Borneo International Marathon..
Everyone was all ears...
Last but not least... its camwhoring time!!!