The Police Adventure Club (PAC) held the annual Adventure Challenge in Aberdeen Country Park on November 3, with the participation of more than 110 regular and auxiliary police officers as well as officers from other disciplined forces.
The participants, grouped into teams of four, were tested for their physical fitness, skills and teamwork. The race comprised four categories, namely Adventure, Open, Challenge and Women. It started with an orienteering challenge in the Braemar Hill countryside, followed by a cross-country run. Then the participants proceeded to Deep Water Bay for swimming and canoeing relay. Afterwards, they ran to the Police College via the Ocean Park to complete a series of command tasks and go through an assault course before hitting the finishing line. Meanwhile, the participants of the Challenge category were required to canoe from Deep Water Bay to Ocean Park, and then ran around the Brick Hill (Nam Long Shan) before returning to the Police College.
Deputy Commissioner (Management) Chiu Wai-yin presented prizes to the winners. She was impressed with the passion shown by the participants of the Force and other disciplined forces. Chairman of PAC Mr Lok Wai-lurk presented souvenirs to the representatives of the Ocean Park and the Victoria Recreation Club in appreciation of their assistance.