DSS at Legion Run 2019 - The Team Building Adventure We'll Never Forget

8 Jul 2019 / 2 min. read

DSS at Legion Run 2019 - The Team Building Adventure We'll Never Forget


On July 6th, the DSS team took part in the annual Legion Run - a team-oriented obstacle run with the ultimate goal of challenging your physical and mental limits and sharing some epic moments with friends and co-workers. The Legion Run is not a typical race or competition between companies but an excellent opportunity to bond and help each other overcome fear and disgust while challenging our physical capabilities. What a blast - we managed to complete the run in 1 hour and 15 minutes!

The Obstacles

The Legion Run is a 5km run with 12 different obstacles of mud, fire, ice and barbed wire that contestants must complete. Some of the obstacles included climbing over walls, crawling through mud pits, and jumping through fire. It was dirty and challenging, but our team was totally up for it!

The Finish Line

Crossing the finish line was a great feeling, and it was made even better by the fact that the DSS team had helped each other through the challenging moments. The whole experience was a great bonding moment for the team and will be remembered fondly by all who participated. A few scratches, bruises and mud in unexpected places and a lot of fun!

The DSS team had a fantastic time at the Legion Run 2019 and is already looking forward to next year's event! Thank you again to everyone who supported us. Hope to see you there!

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