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Create your very own version of the Olympic Games with our fantastic Going For Gold! team building event. With the flags proudly flying and medals up for grabs, you can capture all the thrills and excitement of the games in your own conference venue or hotel!
Teams have the option to create before the event, a colourful array of banners, costumes, and to even choose a song, so that on the day, they walk out as one; representing their given country whilst incorporating their own team identity!
Although primarily a fun activity, this event builds on our reputation for intelligent team building as your teams discuss, plan and implement a winning strategy for the games. The competition unfolds over a number of rounds, but of the wealth of events on offer, only a few are available each round. Teams must therefore overcome the first challenge; selecting the right team members to tackle the right events!
The many different Olympic activities include: Foam Javelin, Space Hopper Relay, Ring the Bull, Archery Shootout, Plate Spinning Marathon, Marble Relay, Giant Shove Ha'penny, Foam Shot-put, and many many more...
Each team delegation will attend coaching master classes for their chosen events before putting themselves to the test in the various trials and challenges. There is a busy programme of events and Team Captains will need to be at the top of their game to ensure everyone is at the right place at the right time!
Once all games have been completed, the elation of competing will turn to an anxious buzz as the medals for each activity are awarded and the medal table is updated. Finally, once all the results are in, the table topping winning team will be decelared and their anthem played, as they get presented with a fun prize and crowned
Going for Gold Champions!
Our Olympic Team building event will allow your team to compete as individuals but celebrate as ONE -
One World, One Dream - ONE TEAM!
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