ARCOLYMPICS: The first Arcolympics was a great success, drawing many players for a full day of volleyball, soccer, ping-pong and tug-of-LOVE. The blue team took first place!
From left: Adam Nordfors, Carolyn Campbell, Miyuki Negi, Siobhan Watts, Garth Lenetsky, Dylan Pedrini, Corey Frendberg, Wes Ozier, and Fubito Shinoda. Fubito designed the graphic on blue team shirt.
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Green team, back from left: Nick Leptouraos, Arjunan Santaseelan, Judah Masty, Robert Hirsh, Boris Pizzeghello, and Gabe Hendrix. Front from left: Tomiaki Tamura, Jennifer Wolf, and Bethany Erfourth.
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Red team, back from left: Ivan Fritz, Porter Smith, Lynn Burnet, Paul de Graaf, Rick Barnadas, Anthony Oronzo, and Kevin Myers. Front from left: Patrick Doyle, Eva Strickland, Mika Kawai, and Chia Chia Tan.
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Black team, back from left: Hiroshi Kondo, Nobuhiro Hirata, Jeff Kunzelman, Jennifer Thornton, and Brad Crutchfield. Front from left. Franco Mavolo, Yvonne Brook, Sarah Kurzhals, Scott Riley. Not photographed: Selvam Rajmani
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The volleyball games took place near the minds garden, and the soccer games under the vaults.
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Tug-of-LOVE.
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Robert Hirsh and Fubito Shinoda play in the semi-final round of ping-pong. Fubito went on to win the final ping-pong match, which decided the overall winning team.
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Hiroshi Kondo hands the bronze trophy to the 1st place blue team. Hiroshi and Fubito organized the Arcolympics. An Arcosanti tradition has been started as a result of their hard work.
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