"Danny: There's a ninety-five pound Chinese man with a hundred sixty million dollars behind this door.
Linus: Let's get him out.
Danny: [insistent] yeah” 
SKRRRR! SPLASH! POW!!!! In the distance you see three beings striding towards you.
POWER, EXCELLENCE, LACK OF SEXUAL APPEAL, these are the words that come to your mind upon vision of Ocean’s Three. A team so charismatic Danny Ocean would be proud. Three students from the University of Exeter bonded by a love for all things extreme such as Surfing, Snow-sports, and the art of Miming, coupled with an addiction to complete any challenge in their paths. Hailing from the U.K, Holland, South Africa, India, Singapore and America they make up a well rounded team capable of tackling any obstacle in their path (as long as it doesn’t include banana’s… as Steve doesn’t like bananas). Eager to prove that this competition was made for them, they are ready to take this to the next level no matter what.
"Rusty: I need the reason. Don't say money. Why do this?
Danny: Why not do it?” 
 Ocean’s Eleven (2001)
Aditya Pradeep Kumar
""Aditya Pradeep Kumar a.k.a. D but known to many as Lil Juice is an MC that hails from the hip hop capital of the world - High Wycombe. His debut triple platinum album (Views from 5ft7), which included best selling singles: The Not So Slim Shady, Ultraalone Beam and Where the Food At, Lil Juice decided to take a break from his extremely successful music career and pursue his other passions by joining the University of Exeter.
Once at the university Lil Juice decided to join Snowsports and other extreme clubs to focus on his true passion and calling for life. Adventure. Which led him to finding out about 'Can you make it' a challenge presented to him like nothing else. So he put on his bucket hat, grabbed his best friends and set off on a journey of discovery. When reaching out to Lil Juice for a message to his fans he left us with a quote of the immortal words of one of the greatest leaders of this generation - Rick Ross.
“I'm buildin' a dream, with elevators in it”
Rick Ross, Push It (2006)""
Growing up surrounded by just a handful of houses and a church, adventure quickly became a necessary part of my childhood. Falling through the top floor of the treehouse I built that was less sturdy than it looked and ending up in A and E half an hour into my first attempt at surfing all in my eighth year of life, 12 years and many more adventures later I am ready to take on the most exciting one yet with ‘Can you Make It’.
In my two years of university I have managed to spend as many hours as possible in the water and as few as possible doing maths and biochemistry. Still hoping that I will turn into Kelly Slater one day, in the mean time I hope that my determination and enthusiasm will help Ocean’s Three make it to Amsterdam in one piece.
Legend has it, that during “Los Mega Avalanche” of 1997 that rocked the small town of Meryn to its core, a child rose from underneath the snow and ice, and forever changed the world as we know it. Today, standing well under 6 foot and with a very questionable sense of style, that child is now ready to take on his greatest test yet, Red Bull’s “Can you make it”.
Currently studying Astrophysics but spending most of his time slamming the ground instead of looking up at the stars, this snowboarder’s terrible chat tends to write cheques his body just can’t cash, but with his charm, charisma, and creepy yet adorable smile, there is no challenge too daring for this Jerry to overcome.