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Sinterklaas Escaperoom

| Thijs van Aalten

As the end of a year full of delay and cancellation the date for this Sinterklaas activity could not stay behind: 16 December. The Sinterklaas Escape room consisted of 10 exercises which had to be solved in teams. For each right answer, the team received a number from game leader Bas. With all those numbers the eleventh and final question could be answered: where is Kegel?

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Update IC: Combine and Coopertest

| Thijs Roskamp

Last weeks was the first moment to score points in the renewed Internal Competition (IC). Due to the measures concerning corona, it is not possible to participate in competitions during the winter and therefore the IC was focused in the winter on testing and measuring the general strength and fitness of Kronauts.

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Kronolympics

| Jitse van Esch

After a year with more internal than external competitions, last tuesday it was time for the all desicive Kronolympics. Many Kronauts have prepared well and used the trainingscompetitions and Koronalympics to build up to this wonderfull event.

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Campusloop 2020

| Koen Kroep

After a delay of half a year, on the 30th of September, the next edition of the Campusloop will start. This year, there is a new track of 3 or 5 kilometers across the campus of the University of Twente.

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Introduction month

| Koen Kroep

Do you like athletics and do you want to try it? Now is you chance! During the whole month September, there are introduction trainings. During 4 weeks, starting Monday 31st of August, you can come by and join us for a training for free.

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Discuscompetition

| Thijs Roskamp | 1

After the Kronolympics and O3K, monday it was time for the 3rd internal competition of Kronos. For a month and a half, a lot of Kronauts had prepared during the discus training on Monday to try to sharpen their PR for the discusthrow before the holiday. Inspired by Daniel Stahl's first 70-meter throw, the Kronauts also wanted to try to get their place in the rankings (unfortunately this didn't work). Nine Kronauts took part in the competition and some of them had the idea to set up bets. Unfortunately, it was discovered that the match organizer did not understand how betting works and the Kronoskas did not want to guarantee the bardukaten to be paid. Fortunately, this did not put a damper on the game and everyone started the game enthusiastically.

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