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- Bordeaux Wikipedia
Challenge: A challenge is a general term referring to things that are imbued with a sense of difficulty and victory.
Semi: Semi- is a Latin prefix to a verb, noun, or adjective meaning "half". Some compounds formed with it are often abbreviated to simply "semi" in appropriate contexts:
Challenge Cup: The Challenge Cup is a knockout cup competition for rugby league clubs organised by the Rugby Football League. Originally it was contested only by British teams but in recent years has been expanded to allow teams from France and Russia to take part.