Team Building Exercise- Team Olympics

Catch the spirit of friendly competition during this fun, fast-paced, team building event. Based on the Olympic ideals of teamwork, sportsmanship, and good clean fun, Team Olympics is full of hilarious exercises designed to build camaraderie among coworkers. 


This team building  session begins with each group building a team identity by creating team names, flags, and slogans.  Then, let the wackiness ensue! 

Get ready for events like

Going Nuts – Teammates take turns stacking metal nuts vertically on top of each other using only a chopstick. Don’t be the one to knock it over or you have to start again!

Balloon Bobsled – Make a train of co-workers and balloons to see who can make it around the cones first without dropping any balloons.  Sounds simple?   We forgot to mention you can’t use your hands.  

The list goes on and on, but we don’t want to give away all the surprises. Points are awarded after each event so the energy - and the competition – keeps the group engaged. 

We know that not everyone in your office is an athlete, so we’ve selected activities in which being a team player, having an open mind, and being willing to let go of your inhibitions for just for a little while, is all that it takes. 

When it’s time for the dramatic ending… winners are awarded Gold, Silver, and Bronze medals while being regaled with the Olympics theme song and the applause of their coworkers. 

This fun and competitive team building event builds friendships, boosts morale, and creates a high level of energy that will last long after the event ends. Team Olympics can take place outside in a park, a beach or in a large conference room. 

Program Highlights:

  • This fun and competitive team building event is great for building friendships and trust among coworkers.
  • Team activities get participants out of the office to generate excitement and energy.
  • The friendly rivalries and hilarious memories will be talked about for days to come.
  • Designed for large open areas, this event can be held indoors if space allows.