Chariot Challenge

chariot challenge
“Run for the glory of gold”

Enter the coliseum with your newly built chariot and your team mascots. This creative challenge requires teams to build their own chariot and partake in fun games in order to compete in the grand finale. Teams will put their own stamp on each chariot and are required to produce appropriate dress for the occasion for the final contest.

Finally the teams can compete for the gold in a head to head race to the finish line or ensure their chariot is up to the challenge of the coliseum good communication skills and a will to win is all that is needed.

We have delivered various themes around Gladiator when each team would purchase materials needed to build their own chariot. This can be tailored and designed to suit the conference theme or just free style. We supply a selection of props like head gear, togas, shields etc. These are necessary for the  finale when your team get to race each other.
Please note that given the time of year and location we can do most of this program indoors and the finale can be done in a car-park or similar outside.

Testimonial form Laura Homan Pfizer Healthcare Ireland

“On behalf of the organising committee and the company, I just wanted to say “thank you so much” for doing such a great and wonderful job on our event! You and the team… and of course Centurion were amazing. We all really enjoyed!
All the comments that have come back from colleagues and the senior management team have been nothing but complimentary. Our senior Sales Manager said that in his 17 years of working here this has been the best teambuilding event to date. So a big thank you! I am sure we will be in touch soon.”

Quick Facts
Key Business Benefits
  • High Energy
  • Planning
  • Strategic Thinking
  • Problem Solving
Numbers 20+
Location Hotels, Farms, Football / Rugby grounds
Approach Competitive
Duration 2 hours
Brochure Chariot Challenge

Enquiry Form

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