Care home residents went head-to-head in their very own Olympics Games series inspired by the efforts of GB athletes in Tokyo.
Haslington Lodge Care Home in Greenhithe has lit the torch on its own set of fun and games.
Inspired by the events of the Tokyo Olympics 2020, residents competed against each other in a quest for medals.
In what are "friendly" games, competitors displayed their technical expertise in a range of sporting events.
These included target practice, hula hoop, skittles and the classic sports day game of speed and balance, the egg-and-spoon race.
And it wasn't just the residents having fun.
Staff members Ellie and Elisa were keen to get involved and took part in the heats of two events, recording a gold medal a piece.
Sally Ann Briggs, manager at Haslington Lodge, said: “We’ve taken a lot of interest in the Olympic Games, especially in supporting Dartford’s Team GB sprinter, Adam Gemili.
"Unfortunately it wasn’t to be for Adam but I’m pleased to say our teams have done really well in participating in the spirit of the games.”
Adam Gemili, who attended Wentworth Primary and Dartford Grammar schools, was hoping to improve on his fourth-placed finish at Rio 2016, when he was pipped to bronze by three thousandths of a second.
But he was forced to pull out of the 200m event earlier this week after tearing his hamstring.
Haslington Lodge is run by Belmont Heathcare and specialises in the care and support of older people, including those living with dementia and other life changing conditions such as Parkinson’s disease.
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