Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.
Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from July 28.
Prime Minister Boris Johnson, Sharron Davies and Becky Adlington hailed Team GB after another successful day in the pool.
Andy Murray felt crushed.
Bianca Walkden was proud.
Geraint Thomas felt honoured.
Philip Hindes will be going for gold number three.
Tokyo training was very different from lockdown training for hammer thrower Taylor Campbell.
There was lots of support for Simone Biles after she spoke out about focusing on her mental health.
Dina Asher-Smith gave a glimpse into Olympic Village life.
Bronze winner Carl Hester was ready for more.
Long jumper Abigail Irozuru was not leaving anything to chance.
Golfer Paul Casey was completing his preparations
GB’s rowers had the same mask issues as everyone else.
The sevens squad bowed out with praise.
Adam Gemili is on his way to Tokyo.
Robin Van Persie had a lookalike.
Harry Kane turned 28.
Romelu Lukaku and Cristiano Ronaldo worked hard.
Leicester released their new away kit.
Patrick Van Aanholt left Crystal Palace for Galatasaray.
Michael Owen was enthralled.
Peter Crouch was not happy with the weather.
George Russell headed to the Hungarian Grand Prix.
F1 and Mercedes turned the clock back.
A true great celebrated their birthday.
Jofra Archer bemoaned the Manchester weather.
KP battled the elements.
No easing up for Dustin Johnson.
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