"Weightless sharpshooting-concentration and skill (or luck) proved necessary to reach the target," posted the French astronaut.

During the synchronised space swimming, the astronauts worked hard on the routines despite the lack of water.

"Synchronised space swimming–an opportunity to show teamwork and crew cohesion," Pesquet posted.

"No-handball–we had to adapt the rules a bit during the match, much investment on both sides for the win," he added.

The astronauts even hung little flags of all the countries represented over their performance zones on the space station.

Finally, they held a closing ceremony where Aki Hoshide of JAXA (Japan's space agency) handed an Olympic flag to Pesquet, as Olympics 2024 is slated to happen in Paris.

The president of IOC, Thomas Bach, declared the 32nd Olympic Games closed on Sunday as the Olympic flag was handed over to France, the host of the 2024 Paris Games.

Read more from Science & Technology