If you have been inspired by the action and effort on show in Rio then why not give the next Olympic destination a try? The massive metropolitan City of Tokyo will host the second Asia Pacific Corporate Games from the 4-6th November 2016.
Over 6000 competitors were involved last year, following in the footsteps of the first 5000 who entered the Tokyo Corporate Games in 2014.
The Games will feature 10 really popular sports with the Relay Marathon (ordinarily the most well-attended). Teams have the opportunity to run a half or full marathon between them, passing a sash at the designated changeover point. So, if you have an interest in running this would be a tremendous option for you and your teammates, as the camaraderie and excitement is always exceptional- not to mention the feeling of satisfaction at the conclusion of the sport!
Futsal is one of the most popular team sports and but there is something for everyone on the packed weekend programme from baseball to basketball. All of the venues are top quality for each of the respective sports. Furthermore the sports will be staged in the Tokyo Bayside area which will be the region where the Olympic Games is staged in 2020, so what better way to say you have been there, seen it and got the T-shirt (and possibly the medal)!
In addition, this particular Games is legendary for it’s Grand Parade of Athletes and Great Games Party which always has a truly Japanese style. Every year the Host Organising Committee have pulled out all of the stops to secure headline acts from across Japan to thrill the athletes in attendance, with a variety of genres of entertainment on offer to give everyone an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
Revellers at the Lavish Great Games Party
Plus the great bonus with this Games is that all International Visitors will get the opportunity to participate in the Games for free! That’s right all of the international teams entry fees have been sponsored by one of the Games supporting companies.
So if you have the appetite to visit Tokyo and enjoy all of the elements in this massive Games then please email firstname.lastname@example.org for further details. The experience will be one that you will never forget and the hospitality is sure to blow you away as International visitors are always made extremely welcome.
Good luck or Ganbatte kudasai 頑張ってください (the Japanese equivalent) which means do your best!