Human tower building is your new favorite sport

If you can think it, there's probably a competition for it.

The latest mesmerizing photos bound to take the internet by storm come from Spain's biannual Human Tower competition. The gravity defying competition takes place in Tarragona on the outskirts of Barcelona, where each team works together to build a 'castell'. They receive points based on difficulty and how intricate the tower is. A castell is only considered to be complete if the human tower is formed without losing any team members in the process.

Team members of 'Castellers de Vilafranca'; featured in the images above wearing red bandanas and aquamarine blue shirts, were the winners of this years competition.

Check out the jaw-dropping photos below:

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Castellers de Vilafranca form a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
Castellers de Vilafranca start to form a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Colla Jove Xiquets de Tarragona start to form a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Castellers de Vilafranca celebrate after forming a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Xiquets de Reus form a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Colla Vella Xiquets de Valls form a human tower called "castell", while a supporter applauds, during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Castellers de Vilafranca fall down after forming a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
Castellers de Vilafranca celebrate after forming a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Castellers de Sants start to form a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Capgrossos de Matato form a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Castellers de Sants start to form a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Colla Joves Xiquets de Valls fall down after forming a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea 
Colla Joves Xiquets de Valls fall down after forming a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Colla Joves Xiquets de Valls form a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
Castellers de Sants form a human tower called "castell" during a biannual competition in Tarragona city, Spain, October 2, 2016. REUTERS/Albert Gea
TARRAGONA, SPAIN - OCTOBER 02: A tower of Vilafranca's team fall down during the Spain's traditional human towers competition 'Concurs de Castells' at Tarraco Arena in Tarragona, Spain on October 02, 2016. (Photo by Albert Llop/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images)
TARRAGONA, SPAIN - OCTOBER 02: Members of the colla 'Xiquets de Reus' build a human tower during the 26th Tarragona Competition during the 26th Tarragona Competition on October 2, 2016 in Tarragona, Spain. The 'Castellers' who build the human towers with precise techniques compete in groups, know as 'colles', at local festivals with aim to build the highest and most complex human tower. The Catalan tradition is believed to have originated from human towers built at the end of the 18th century by dance groups and is part of the Catalan culture. (Photo by David Ramos/Getty Images)
Members of the 'Colla Vella dels Xiquets de Valls' human tower team form a 'castell' (human tower) during the XXVI human towers, or 'castells', competetion in Tarragona on October 2, 2016. These human towers, built traditionally in festivals within Catalonia, gather several teams that attempt to build and dismantle a human tower structure. / AFP / LLUIS GENE (Photo credit should read LLUIS GENE/AFP/Getty Images)
Members of the 'Colla Vella dels Xiquets de Valls' human tower team form a 'castell' (human tower) during the XXVI human towers, or 'castells', competetion in Tarragona on October 2, 2016. These human towers, built traditionally in festivals within Catalonia, gather several teams that attempt to build and dismantle a human tower structure. / AFP / LLUIS GENE (Photo credit should read LLUIS GENE/AFP/Getty Images)
Members of the 'Colla Vella dels Xiquets de Valls' human tower team form a 'castell' (human tower) during the XXVI human towers, or 'castells', competetion in Tarragona on October 2, 2016. These human towers, built traditionally in festivals within Catalonia, gather several teams that attempt to build and dismantle a human tower structure. / AFP / LLUIS GENE (Photo credit should read LLUIS GENE/AFP/Getty Images)
TARRAGONA , Oct. 2, 2016 -- Members of human tower groups attend the 26th Human Towers Competition in the old bullring of Tarragona, Spain, Oct. 2, 2016. (Xinhua/Pau Barrena via Getty Images)
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