Bangalore: XLR8 Indoor Sports Arena has successfully organised 6th edition of Inter Corporate Olympics 2015 on 17th and 18th of October in Bangalore featuring ten renowned corporate teams from Bangalore city participated in 11professional sports disciplines including indoor cricket, wall climbing, badminton, Tug of war, indoor football, badminton, swimming, snooker and table tennis.
This event was organised by XLR8-Indoor Sports Arena, which is a 33,000 square foot indoor sports space created by XLR8 in tech city Bangalore which provides space for different sports activities to students, kids, NGOs, schools, colleges, families and corporates. XLR8 has created his own sports aura and ecosystem to enhance mental and physical fitness through sports.
Inter Corporate Olympics is a product developed by XLR8 for corporates and MNC’s to provide them relaxation and distress from their hectic work schedule through competition in indoor cricket, swimming, volleyball, indoor football, tug of war, wall climbing, snooker, table- tennis, badminton, throw ball. XLR8 has simple notion “All work no play makes jack a dull boy” which they always keep forward to enhance individual’s skills and self-esteem through sports along with building camaraderie and sense of teamwork within each employee.
This year’s participants were ANZ, PWC, Siemens, Target, Pramata, Zeven World, HP, Verse, JDA, IMS Health which competed in 11 professional sports for two days and Pramata emerged as a winner with 2 Gold, 2 Silver and 2 Bronze medals in its basket, Target and HP were runners with very close competition.
A closing ceremony was followed by prize distribution and a thankful note from the organizers to the participant corporates those who made this event fruitful and now they are waiting for the next season which will be filled with much more innovation, fun, excitement and adrenaline rush.
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The whole idea is to grow sports culture where sports are not only about playing but also about those heroes working off field to develop country through sports, bringing change to the society through it and making India a better place for sports lovers.
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