Adelaide’s first and second-year players took on a high ropes challenge this week.
As part of the team-building exercise, facilitated by Corporate Adventure Recharge, players were tested mentally and physically at Woodhouse Activity Centre in the Adelaide Hills.
With the assistance of teammates, the young Crows ascended eight metres to complete a series of obstacles, designed to take them out of their comfort zones.
The session culminated in the ‘Leap of Faith’ where players jumped from a high-rise platform, to grab onto a trapeze out in front of them.
Leaders Taylor Walker, Rory Sloane and Tom Lynch and coaches Don Pyke and Scott Camporeale were also on hand to lend support.
Check out some photos from the high ropes challenge below
Captain Taylor Walker showing how it’s done
Elliott Himmelberg prepares to begin his climb
Himmelberg tests his balancing act
Ben Davis is all smiles eight metres above the ground
Lachie Murphy on the way up
Murphy prepares for the ‘Leap of Faith’
Darcy Fogarty takes in the view
Lachie Murphy focuses on the next step
Elliott Himmelberg sets the pace, with new Crow Jackson Edwards not far behind
It’s all smiles for recruits Darcy Fogarty and Lachie Murphy
Taylor Walker and his best trapeze artist impression
Source: Adelaide Crows website