Manitou Springs Team Olympics Challenge

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Helium Pole

Manitou Springs is the host city for the Summer Olympics! Best known for its scenic landscapes, cool mountain air, healing mineral springs, hiking trails, year-round activities, and welcoming spirit, Manitou Springs thrives as a popular tourist destination. In fact, tourism is the mainstay of the local economy. But now, Manitou Springs is serving as a host location for the Team Summer Olympics.

Get your team involved in this high energy, intensely collaborative, and potentially competitive event. Teams gather together for an opening ceremony proudly displaying their Olympic Team name and colors on a customized team flag. The excitement level builds as teams move into action as the events are announced.

We realize not all team members are equally athletic. No problem! Events include a series of wacky, fun and collaborative team challenges. Corporate Teams will customize the level of activity based on what works best for your group. Examples include: Ready, Set, Jump; Team on their Toes; Can You Hear Me Now?; Up, Up in the Air; Step, Step, Squeeze; Volleyball Relay; Home Run Derby; Frisbee Golf Challenge. Indoors or Outdoors, the Team Summer Olympics will keep your team energized and fully engaged in this fast paced competitive challenge.

Let the Games Begin!

Program Overview

Opening Ceremony

Teams kick things off with a display of their team colors, name and Olympic flag. The Opening Ceremony recognizes each team and provides an overview of the competitive playing field.

Let the Games Begin

Competition begins with a series of fast, competitive and intensely collaborative team events that earn teams a variety of points. Strategy and execution is key to team success. It’s not the fastest teams that earn an Olympic medal – it’s the smartest teams!

Gold, Silver, and Bronze

Teams gather at the finish and wait for the judges’ results. And the winners are?! Teams are awarded the Gold, Silver and Bronze. Of course, all teams celebrate having successfully competed in the Summer Olympics.