As the world's best athletes prepare to head to London for the Olympic and Paralympic Games, hundreds of school children in Cumbria are taking part in the Cumbria school games.
More than 900 pupils are competing across 12 different sports in 5 different venues in Carlisle.
And as an extra treat the Duke of Gloucester will be handing out medals to the winners at the end of the event.
It is one of more than 60 regional School Games that are taking part across the country over the summer. They aim to encourage more young people to participate in competitive school sport using the Olympics and Paralympics as inspiration.
They are backed by the National Lottery through Sport England.
David Keetley, Chair of the Cumbria School Games Organising Committee said:
The Secretary of state for Culture, Olympics, Media and Sport Jeremy Hunt said: