More than 80 participants competed in Stawell's first Amazing Race on Sunday.
Starting at the town hall, teams visited businesses and iconic sites around the town, completing tasks to move to the next challenge.
A free community event during Youth Week, the race was designed to engage residents and visitors in a fun, dynamic and team building atmosphere.
Stawell Gift starter, Ian Sibson started the race for the competitors.
Not fast but furious' Liana McIntosh, Dakota Cosson, Molly Orr and Holly Graveson won the challenge for division one while Nadia Martin, Lisa Johnston, Jane Johnston and Alicia Martin claimed the family division.
Dakota Cosson said it was a great team bonding session.
"It was a heap of fun going around Stawell participating in a heap of activities," she said.
"Some of those activities were at the library, Cato Lake and the stadium."
Miss Cosson said her team had no idea they were in front at the end.
"We had no idea where we were placed," she said.
"Everyone crosses paths during the race so we did see a lot of people.
"We thought we were really behind, it was so good to see the finish line."
Miss Cosson along with teammates encouraged others to get on board if there is ever another one.
"It was so much fun and a great way to get some exercise in while being with your friends in the community," she said.
"I hope they have another one, I will enter it again."
The race was hosted by multiple organisations including Stawell Library, Central Grampians LLEN, Northern Grampians Shire and Stawell Camera Club.
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