The 8ball Office Olympics: Meet the Competitors

The 8ball Office Olympics: Meet the Competitors

The 8ball Office Olympics: Meet the Competitors

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There’s not long to go now, before there will be nothing on TV apart from people running around in circles, throwing long pointy sticks and balancing on a beam. Yes that’s right, the Olympics are upon us. So to get into the spirit and without a doping scandal in sight, we will be running the inaugural 8ball Office Olympics. Competitiveness has taken over the team at 8ball Towers as we all set our sights on the illustrious set of 8ball medals, aka cardboard circles covered in painted tinfoil, attached to paper clip necklaces.

Over the course of the next two weeks we will be competing in a variety of events ranging from the paper airplane javelin to the very competitive, US office inspired Dunderball.

 

But before we begin lets meet the 8ball Office Olympiads, see their sporting inspiration and ratings out of 10…

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Here is just a small taste of what’s to come over the next two weeks.

So there they are the best (and only) athletes that 8ball has to offer. Are you running an office Olympics? We want to know the events that you are competing in. Let us know in the comments below or head on over to our social media channels. We’re good for a chat over on Facebook and Twitter or send us a pic on Instagram or *drum roll* hit us up on our brand new shiny Snapchat account – the8balltees!

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