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SPRING 2013 "EIGHT WEEKS TO WOW" SEMI FINALISTS

The Original Bootcamp, Australia (known as the Chief's Original Bootcamp in Malaysia (COBC)) announced the list of semi-finalists for the recent 8 Weeks to Wow challenge. The 8 Weeks to Wow or formerly known as the 8 Weeks Challenge commenced on 2 September 2013 and ended on 27 October 2013. The program challenged recruits at the COBC for a complete physical and lifestyle transformation in just 8 weeks.

Those who participated was required to submit their picture before they began the challenge and took a picture again after the challenge which ended on 27 October 2013. Those pictures were made available online for the public to vote on 15 November 2013 and ended on 18 November 2013. When the voting ended, those profile pictures were closed for viewing and the judges assessed the voting before the announcement.

12,000 people cast their votes and those voted into the fifty Semi Finals are as follows...




We are proud to see 8 Malaysian being voted into Semi-Finals though each and everyone of the challengers are already a champion having achieved their desired body that was once, only a dream.

Penang Batallion had the most recruit that was voted into semi finals. Surprisingly, none from Ampang and Damansara Heights were voted into Semi-Finals. We would like to congratulate all of our 8 recruits named below for making it into semi-finals.

Penang
1) Bernard Cheah (penang),
2) Kenn Ann Lim
3) Kok Chung Loh
4) Simon Koay

Bandar Utama
5) Lim Boon Kheng
6) Ramdan Parman

Subang Jaya
7) Josephine Gan

Cyberjaya
8) Mohd Faizal Parman

The next step is for the licensees to vote for finalist by 4pm, Malaysia time. On Wednesday, the finalists will be announced and Independent Judging Panel starts deliberation to select the overall Champion and Runner-up. Friday AM: Champion and Runner-Up are announced.

To all challengers, please remember that your trophy is the new you. Your transformation was unimaginable and your new look is a trophy that you bring with you everywhere and anywhere you go. That is truly the best gift. You are all already a champion.

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