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Date/Time: Monday, April 29th @ 5 PM in T/B Circle
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Did you know…
- It’s co-ed teams of 6-10 (at least 2 males and 2 females) compete in head-to-head events
- Teams are encouraged and rewarded for having team “uniforms”. The best team uniform/costume will be awarded extra points.
- PRIZES for the champions include Intramural Champion t-shirts, and a team dinner and movie downtown.
- Faculty and Staff Teams are welcome!
What’s the Drew Olympics?
The Drew Olympics is the ultimate competition for the mind and the body. With a wide variety of skills and abilities necessary to win it all, this year’s competition will once again bring out the best and brightest members of the Drew Community. Get a co-ed team together and sign up. It’s really that simple.
Previous years’ events included:
The Rocking Ranger Challenge Course
This tag team style challenge course has it all! We can’t tell you too much, but (fris)BEE prepared to RUN, (free)THROW, while being a little DIZZY…
Is a description really needed for DODGEBALL!?! One of the most anticipated events during Drew Olympics, Dynamite Dodgeball tournament is the ultimate test of skill and strategy. Get ready to dodge, dip, dive and duck to the winner’s circle. If you can dodge a wrench, then you can dodge a ball!
Terrible Tug O’ War
Did you know the tug of war event was held at the Olympics from 1900 to 1920? In the Drew Olympic version of this completion, the battle will be between two teams of six. To win, you simply need to pull the other team marked rope eight feet past the center line.
Hippety Hop Races
Equal numbers of teammates from two competing teams will race for a win, hippety hop style.
Put your Drew education to use! You will have no more than 10 minutes to the standard 7 letters of the scrabble board and the team to make the highest value word possible.
Put your thinking caps on! Working as a team, you must answer the 6 questions on a randomly selected card. The team with the most correct answers wins.
Using no more than 6 pieces (excluding tape and glue) from the “trash bin”, you will need to create an original piece of art in under 10 minutes. You will be graded by the judges on the following: Creative use of the selected trash items