Events within the competition include pig-racing (over an obstacle course), pig swimming (introduced at the 2006 Pig Olympics), and 'pigball' or 'swineball' which is much like football or (soccer). 
The "pig-letes" in the games are not eaten, instead, they are bred for the next generation of piglet athletes.
- BBC: Piglets Seek Olympic Glory
- CBBC News: Pig Olympics Images
- IBN Live: Oink-Oink! Pig Olympics Begin
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