Indigenous relay challenge forms team bonding – paNOW

by ahnationtalk on September 20, 201919 Views

Sep 19, 2019

The Indigenous relay challenge is back for another year at the Prince Albert campus of Saskatchewan Polytechnic.

Sask. Polytechnic students competed in a lighthearted event split into nine teams of 10 people.

The relay race consisted of two separate heats with five teams in the first wave and four in the next. The race had nine different timed events.

The race began with a long-distance run with a baton handing to members who canoed across the river and back. They then handed it to a cyclist who then passed it to a runner carrying a heavy bag. The next leg was the log cutting portion. The final event required team members to start a fire with minimal resources and boil a can of water.

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