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By Arena Webteam - 21st November 2019 10:00am
Its a long way to Tokyo!
To be an Olympian is a long hard road requiring years of dedication, hard work and sacrifice.
BUT you don't have to do all that; the Minsh-O-Lympics are coming.
Saturday 14th March 2020 is the date for your diary.
All you need to do for now is start to get your team together (6 people and a variety of ages) and decide which country you want to represent. Costume, flags, national symbols, anthems and national foodstuffs are all encouraged.
If you want to take part but cant find enough similarly enthusiastic and fun people to join you we will run a matching service to make sure you get on a team.
Full details of all the games and activities will follow shortly, some will be for individuals and some for teams. All will require the ability to enjoy yourself but don't worry none will require you to be a superhuman.
Maybe you can be a winner and dance like Churchy!!!
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