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Jenkins Wins National Pandemic Survival Tournament

Kenneth Jenkins, a Belmont University Doctorate of Physical Therapy student, recently won the national Pandemic Survival tournament at a gaming convention in Indianapolis for board and card games.

A cooperative board game where players assume the roles of Center for Disease Control specialists working together to cure diseases spreading across the globe, the Survival tournament pits teams playing the same game against each other. The winner is the first team (of two participants) with all four cures.

Jenkins’s win secured he and his teammate a trip to Essen, Germany for Spieltage, the European equivalent to GenCon. While there, the duo will competing against national champions from Italy, Canada, France, among other countries, for the world championships.

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