Workers from across West Norfolk took on a series of sporting challenges to prove they were ‘Fit4Work’.
A total of 32 teams from 18 different firms took part in the games third Fit 4 Work Games held at Lynnsport on Wednesday. They were cheered on by about 100 supporters.
Active Norfolk along with Alive Leisure put on the series of tournaments to encourage healthy lifestyles.
One of those behind the event was Victoria King, Leisure Development Manager at Lynnsport, who said: “It was a brilliant night and really well attended.
“I think it is really important for local businesses to encourage their colleagues to get motivated as well as team bonding.”
The sports included women’s netball and mixed badminton tournament.
A men’s fitness triathlon when competitors took to the treadmill, bike and rowing machine.
The men’s seven-a-side football competition culminated in an exciting final between Adrian Flux and Tesco Hardwick.
The score ended 0-0 at the end of extra time and went into a sudden death penalty shoot-out.
But the team from Adrian Flux were victorious.
The team from Adrian Flux also won the ladies badminton with the Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) as runners up.
Cooper Roller Bearings B team won the men’s badminton with runners up being the Cooper Roller Bearings A team.
CITB won the netball with the QEH taking the runners-up spot.
The triathon was won by Dow Chemicals with Adrian Flux as runners-up.