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    #1

    Exclamation "Challenge to" or "Challenge for"

    Which one is correct...

    While these circumstances posed a challenge to my team, ...
    While these circumstances posed a challenge for my team, ...

    Thanks v much in advance.

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    Re: "Challenge to" or "Challenge for"

    Both are fine.

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