A park in Hounslow was transformed into a sporting hub for the day as up to 2,000 people descended upon it to enjoy a wealth of free activities.
Visitors of all ages tried their hands at pursuits from spacehopper racing to slacklining - the challenge of choice for people who think tightrope walking's too easy - as Feltham Park hosted its second annual Super Saturday of Sport.
The event on June 18 provided a taster of numerous sports, from the popular to the more obscure, including many of those which will be on show at this summer's Rio Olympics.
Organiser Kirsten Lonsdale estimated 1,500-2,000 people attended throughout the day and was delighted to see so many people having a go at the various games - including Hounslow's new mayor Ajmer Grewal.
"We were so lucky with the weather and it was great to see so many people turn up," she said.
"Hopefully this will have given them the impetus to play more sport or introduced them to a new sport which will become a favourite."
Former Bond villain given licence to thrill
Ms Lonsdale said one of the highlights was a master class by freerunning pioneer and former Bond villain Sebastian Foucan, who was in the opening scene of Casino Royale and showcased his skills in the park's playground.
"He introduced a different way of playing for youngsters and showed parents it's OK to let their children take a few risks," she added.
This year's event was the second time the festival, supported by Hounslow Council , has taken place in Feltham.
The event in Chiswick had been under threat after funding was pulled but was rescued when organisers secured a new partnership.
For more information about that event and others taking place in west London, visit the Super Saturday of Sport website.