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Rob Brierley is from the Gold Coast, Queensland Australia. For those that know Rob will tell you that his passion is food. He absolutely loves food, he loves cooking it, he loves experimenting with it and he loves serving it to our customers.
Since March 2013,Stiff Chilli hosted the meetings for the organization of the 1st Bali ParaGames.Hosting representatives of the games organizer Bali Sports Foundation together with representatives of NPC and other NGO's such as Yakkum.
After a 3 year hiatus,Stiff Chilli reopens in Singapore
Comic drawing school with Johnny,one Singapore’s most published comics artists and Toni ,one of Indonesia’s most respected comics artists
This year, saw the most teams participate in the Bali Indoor Cricket League (BICL) with 2 new teams (SMK2 & SMA5, Senior High Schools from Denpasar) joining the 6 teams from last year – 2014 Champions the Bali Geckos, Denpasar CC, Bali United CC, BSF Cricket Academy, Flying Cooks & Bali Lost Boys (previously Canggu CC).
The addition of the 2 high school teams provides opportunity to those junior locals boys to gain valuable in-match experience, which they would have otherwise not have had, due to the minimal opportunities available to them.
The annual IISSAC (Indonesian International Small Schools’ Activities Conference) basketball championship was held this past weekend in Bali for only the second time, and was a tremendous success. Five schools traveled from Java including Surabaya IS, Wesley IS, Bandung IS, Bandung Alliance IS and Mountainview ICS to compete for the championship with games held Friday evening, all Saturday and a finals series on Sunday.
Over 70 participants competed in the 1st KUAT - Bali Toughest on Sunday March 15 at Mertsari Beach ,Sanur.The contestants had to run,crawl,pull,wade/swim,jump and lift themselves around a 2.5 km course set by ex Australian Army Graham Lovegrove.