The fan who recorded the longest trophy hold for each club received two top-category tickets to the final and the chance to compete for the once in a lifetime opportunity of walking the trophy out at this season's showpiece event.
Warriors' representative Brooks was training so vigorously for the event that he suffered a back injury but believes he will be fine to compete at the final.
He said: "I was a bit shocked to get the winning time because I was up against some strong boys but I was delighted to win and I'm now looking forward to representing Worcester Warriors at Twickenham.
"I have been resting and recovering so I may struggle to keep up but I will give it a go."
This was the first time that the challenge has been held and aimed to showcase the breadth and depth of clubs within Premiership Rugby whilst also offering a unique opportunity for fans to represent their club at the world's biggest club rugby final.
Thousands of fans from across the clubs signed-up to take part and the winners from each club will now face each other at the Twickenham Lift Off on Saturday 25 May.
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1) George Cook (Exeter Chiefs) - 2min 22sec
2) Colin Nevett (Sale Sharks) - 1min 44sec
2) Simon Tricker (London Welsh) - 1min 44sec
2) Joe Hardwidge (Bath) - 1min 44sec
5) James Weir (London Irish) - 1min 42sec
6) Martin Waller (Northampton Saints) - 1min 40sec
7) Stuart Brooks (Worcester Warriors) - 1min 32sec
8) Paul Kaiser (London Wasps) - 1min 30sec
9) Ian Niblett (Gloucester) - 1min 24sec
10) Ben Hardy (Leicester Tigers) - 1min 20sec
11) Richard Morris (Harlequins) - 1min 18sec