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SPRING 2013 EIGHT WEEKS TO WOW CHALLENGE CHAMPIONS

The Eight Weeks to Wow challenge is a twice a year program run by the Original Bootcamp, Australia (also known  as the Chief's Original Bootcamp in Malaysia) for a complete physical transformation through a change in lifestyle change as well as training methodology in as little as 8 weeks.

The event which began on 2nd September 2013 and ended on 27 October 2013 saw hundreds of participants achieving results beyond their expectation and those whom participated had their before and after challenge pictures for open for viewing for the public to vote them into semi-finals. 50 challengers were voted into semi-finals through an online voting and 25 were shortlisted in the finals by all bootcamp licensee in the network. 

The list of 50 semi-finalist is available at HERE. 8 of them were Malaysian. The list of 25 finalist is available at HERE. 3 of them are Malaysian. 

From list of finalists, our Independent Judging Panel (which this year included the Editors of GQ, Men's Fitness and Ultra Fitness Magazines) has finally made the incredibly tough decision to vote for Spring 2013 Overall Champion, Overall Runner-up, Malaysia Champion and Malaysian Runner Up.

Please join us in congratulating our 2013 Spring '8 Week Challenge' Grand Champion Brent Smith (Sydney CBD) & our Overall Runner-Up Reuben Kukolic (Gungahlin)




Let us also give a big HOOYAH to the Malaysia Champion and Malaysia Runner-up.



The Malaysia Champion won RM3,000 worth of cash vouchers. The Runner-up won RM1,500 of New Balance Vouchers.  I know you are all eager to wait for the announcement of Malaysia local Winners which won RM1,000 worth of New Balance Vouchers. The owners, admins and instructors of the Chief's Original Bootcamp with the advice from our Chief Brabon and Gunny Hames are deliberating to crown the winners. This location winners will be announced when your heart beat & suspense is at the peak... 

While we are excited to see the list of winners, let us not lose focus in our primary objective which is our physical transformation. The new you is really the real reward. Last but not least, on behalf of COBC, we would like to thank Chief Brabon and Gunny Hames for an awesome and for the best program. Thank you.

Stay Tuned for the Malaysia local winners (pm me when your kenot tahan liaw).


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