# Codedamn Sprint Showdown

In a thrilling 400-meter dash at the Codedamn Annual Sprint, three contenders, namely Alice, Bob, and Charlie, fiercely competed for the title. Each participant finished the race in distinct times: Alice in $X$ seconds, Bob in $Y$ seconds, and Charlie in $Z$ seconds. Your task is to determine who boasted the highest average velocity throughout the course.

## Input Specifications

- The initial line will present a single integer $T$, indicating the total number of races analyzed.
- Following this, each race is detailed over several lines:
- For each race, the first line will list three integers separated by spaces, $X, Y,$ and $Z$. These represent the completion times of Alice, Bob, and Charlie, respectively.

## Output Specifications

After evaluating each race, indicate who had the swiftest average pace by printing:

`ALICE`

, if Alice demonstrated superior speed.`BOB`

, if Bob outpaced the others.`CHARLIE`

, if Charlie was the fastest.

Output can disregard case sensitivity, meaning `ALICE`

, `alice`

, or any variation thereof are equivalent.

## Constraints

- $1 \leq T \leq 1000$
- $1 \leq X, Y, Z \leq 100$
- It is guaranteed that $X, Y,$ and $Z$ are distinct.

## Sample Races and Analysis

### Race #1:

Input:

`3 1 2 8 4 100 1 7 3 5`

Output:

`ALICE CHARLIE BOB`

#### Analysis

**Race $1$:** In this instance, the time to complete the 400-metre dash was $1, 2,$ and $8$ seconds for the contenders, respectively. Consequently, their speeds were $\frac{400}{1} = 400, \frac{400}{2} = 200,$ and $\frac{400}{8} = 50$ meters per second, respectively.

Alice emerged as the speediest in this scenario.

**Race $2$:** The racers concluded the dash in $4, 100,$ and $1$ second(s) respectively, translating to speeds of $\frac{400}{4} = 100, \frac{400}{100} = 4,$ and $\frac{400}{1} = 400$ meters per second respectively.

In this race, Charlie showcased unmatched speed.

**Race $3$:** With Bob completing the race in the shortest time, he claimed the highest average velocity.