With the London 2012 Olympics recently completed, seniors from a handful of local care facilities had their own style of Games competition Tuesday afternoon at Williams Park.
The third seniors' Games, named Langley Not London, included events you definitely won't see at the next Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, come 2016.
Competitions included best group cheer, a toilet roll accuracy toss in which seniors attempted to lob a roll into the middle of a portable toilet, a bean bag throw based on distance, and sponge squeezing, where competitors squeezed as much water as they possibly could from one pail to another.
Taking part this year were Crescent Gardens, Langley Gardens, Jackman Manor, Simpson Manor, and Langley Lodge.
Because the seniors aren't as spry as they once were, they remained stationary, sitting alongside fellow residents from their respective care facilities.
Each competition was brought to them.
These Langley Olympic Games started out eight years ago with two care homes involved: Langley Gardens and Simpson Manor.
Then, in 2008, the year the Olympics were held in Beijing, the number of facilities taking part jumped to five: Highland Lodge, Jackman Manor, Simpson Manor, Langley Gardens, and Surrey's Bear Creak Lodge.