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The Ojibwa Olympics is an annual all-camp competition that takes place at the end of the first four weeks of camp. During the Olympics, all of the campers will be split into 10 teams each representing one of the world’s nations. They compete for three days in nearly every sport Camp Ojibwa has to offer. The final event is the obstacle race, where team members are dispersed throughout camp at various obstacles. The team with the fastest overall time taking home big points in the final event.

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