An unusual sport - pole climbing - has had its world championships in Warwickshire.
Entrants come from a variety of fields, starting with tree surgeons to even graphic designers.
Terry Bennett, organises the championship: "The form that we do, that's been around the UK for about 20 years.
"It's really started to take off now, we've got over 50 competitors. It stems back from the large tree felling in America and Canada where the lumberjacks would scale up some of the largest trees in the forest."
One of the day's most popular competitors however, was a man almost as old as the 80-year-old tree he was climbing - 79-year-old George Tipping.
He said: "I am out of breath when I get to the top, I am really out of breath. I'm even out of breath when I get down. But going up it doesn't seem to bother me."
World record holder Grant Galler won the final with a time of 10.13 seconds to add a World Championship crown to his world record.