The 2014 edition of the Citi FM Business Olympics ended successfully on Saturday September 20 at the Burma Camp Leisure Center.

The event brought together thousands of professionals from various companies to network and compete for trophies and bragging rights.

The event, sponsored by Surfline Communications, Citi Investments Company and the Travel Bureau, saw the Citi Investment Company winning the highest number of trophies, four in all – including the coveted football, swimming (women) and lime and spoon (women).

Some of the companies that “bragged” about their sporting prowess, “walked the talk” by winning trophies in the various disciplines.

Some new entrants including Ernst and Young, Bank of Africa, Ghana Post, FHI360 among others were not intimidated by the regulars, and managed to win some trophies at the event.

Ernst and Young (EY) won the scrabble competition for men, FHI360 won the men’s swimming competition while Bank of Africa won the men’s basketball competition.

WESTEC Securities won the tug-of-war men competition while Ghana Post won the women event.

Slamson Ghana won the lawn tennis (men) competition while Ecobank took home the trophy for the women’s game.

Participating companies praised Citi FM for organizing an excellent event and took the opportunity to network and have fun.

Full List of Winners

Football – Citi Investment
Basketball – Bank of Africa
Swimming (Men) – FHI360
Swimming (Women) – Citi Investment
Arm wrestling (Men) – Escort Group
Arm wrestling (Women) – Ashfoam
Table tennis (Men) – Ashfoam
Table tennis (Women) – Ecobank
Tennis (Men) – Slamson
Tennis (Women) – Ecobank
Scrabble (Men) – Ernst and Young (EY)
Volley ball (women) -Legacy Capital
Volley ball (Men) – Valex Lease
Badminton (Men) – Travel Bureau
Badminton (Women) – Unicorn
50m dash (Men) – Nationwide Mutual Health
50m dash ( Women) – Ghana Post
Tug of war (Women) – Ghana Post
Tug of war (Men) – Westec
Snooker (Men) – NHIA
Sack race (Men) – Goldman Capital
Sack race (Women) – Ashfoam
Lime and spoon (Women) – Citi Investment

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