Guts at JCU Recreation: A Photo Story from Noelle Byrne ‘22

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The team of student-employees in the Tony DeCarlo Varsity Center. (Photo courtesy of Noelle Byrne ‘22).

Noelle Byrne, Staff Photographer

JCU Recreation held its annual “Guts” tournament on April 23. Students participated in teams of four to complete a series of challenges and received a free shirt. This annual event is inspired by the Nickelodeon early-1990s game show of the same name. Take a look inside the victories of the night.

 

The team of student-employees in the Tony DeCarlo Varsity Center.
(Photo courtesy of Noelle Byrne ‘22).
The winning team, “Off to Church,” behind their trophy.
(Photo courtesy of Noelle Byrne ‘22).
Hula hoops, colored ropes and numbers hang over the pool. In this game, competitors attempted to throw footballs through the hula hoops, earning more points for increasingly-difficult throws.
(Photo courtesy of Noelle Byrne ‘22).
One Guts referee explains the rules of this challenge to contestants. Hosted in the fitness studio, “reverse four-square” required competitors to keep a ball in the air and outside their square.
(Photo courtesy of Noelle Byrne ‘22).
A team of students builds a contraption that will prevent an egg from breaking after falling from a high distance.
(Photo courtesy of Noelle Byrne ‘22).