In exactly a week's time, the Olympic torch will pass through Suffolk - and today around 160 disabled people from across the county took part in a special event.
They took part in a day of sports inspired by the upcoming games.
The Olympic-themed event started with a procession in the grounds of the Royal Hospital School in Holbrook.
It's the tenth year the school, with disability charity Optua, has run a sports day here.
Those taking part have a range of physical, sensory and learning disabilities.
Sixteen teams had a go at a variety of games.