While the athletes were competing in Rio at the 2016 Olympic games, another sporty group was busy playing on the beach in their own version of the Games.
Baring nothing more than sunglasses, hats and suncream, Brazilian nudists competed in a much more relaxed Olympics.
Every weekend, naturists take to Rio’s only nudist beach to compete against each other in various sports events, from sprinting races to football, beach volleyball to their version of badminton.
Running around totally nude on Abrico beach in Grumari, the nudists also play non-Olympic sports like tug of war and surfing, which is actually due to become an official olympic event for the first time ever at the 2020 Olympic games in Tokyo.
These Brazilians love nothing more than stripping back and exposing it all for the Games when the weekend comes around.
They even have their own award ceremony, where everyone (of all ages, shapes and sizes) receives a participation medal.
Of course their games are nothing like the real thing - these guys do it all for some extracurricular fun, laughs and good times.