So you think Michael Phelps and Ryan Lochte have a heated rivalry? You haven't seen Jerry go head-to-head with Helen in Wii Bowling.
"We smack talk each other all day long," said lively 83-year-old Jerry Weissman.
The competition is part of the 2012 Senior Olympics being played at the Atria Sunlake senior living community.
Competition is fierce, but maybe not as athletic as Phelps or Lochte, admitted Weissman.
"It's more like Abbott and Costello," he said.
The games began last week with opening ceremonies. The seniors have since played basketball, discus and horseshoes. There will be nine events total.
Weissman took the first gold of the games in Wii bowling.
"Oh yeah did I cream them. I scored a 190," he said.
Most every one of the center's 120 residents are participating in the Olympics, that's the whole point of why they were organized.
"That's what helps them to be more connected. To be together, to participate in something," said Olga Loi, Sunlake's Engage Life Director.
"It makes you feel young," said resident Lena Dorsey.
"Makes me feel at least 81," said Weissman with a smile.
Still to come next week is chair volleyball, golf, shot put and tug-of-war.
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