TEAM GB FAMILY ACTIVITY TRAILS
Hull Team GB – Signpost 7
Team GB Activity
It’s always important for athletes to listen to their coach!
In this game, you will have one person who is the coach and everyone else will be the athletes!
The game works in a similar way to Simon Says.
Listen to the coach
- The coach will say “Coach says” followed by an exercise for the athletes to do.
- You could shout “squat” or “jump” or any other exercise you can think of.
- But, if you do the move and the coach didn’t say “Coach says”, you’re out!
- The last person standing is the winner and becomes the new coach!
How many exercises can you follow before you’re out?
Unlock your achievement badge
The target in archery has 10 rings, with the small inner gold ring scoring 10 points and the point number decreasing with each ring.
Congratulations, you just earned a badge!
Share your achievement badge on social media using the hashtag #TeamGBActivityTrail
Updates and Feedback
Click the link below to keep up-to-date about the Team GB Family Activity Trails, including the launch event and future opportunities to get involved with the trails.
Already tried out the trails? Click the button below to give your feedback. All survey entries before August 31st will be entered into a prize draw to win Team GB merchandise or a family ticket to The Deep! Each time you walk the trails and complete the survey, you will get an additional entry to the prize draw.
Have any questions? Send an email to the lead researcher:
The University of Hull and Team GB Partnership
The partnership between the University of Hull and Team GB is based on the belief that everyone is extraordinary, and, we are there to support our students to help them find it, the same as Team GB supports athletes to do the same. We believe that extraordinary doesn’t just happen – it takes hard work and determination with the right opportunities to achieve what they never thought was possible.
Using the exclusive opportunities, we have as part of our partnership has enabled us to inspire our students, staff and community to achieve their own extraordinary.