Sports stars across the world continue to find new ways to amuse themselves during the coronavirus pandemic.
Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from June 7.
Joseph Parker continued recreating scenes from movies, this time taking on the role of McLovin from Superbad.
England and Surrey all-rounder Sam Curran completed the #charity10for10 challenge to raise funds for the Professional Cricketers’ Trust.
Curran’s England team-mate Ben Stokes was not relishing taking part in Sky Sports’ watchalong of the 2016 World T20 final, when Carlos Brathwaite smacked him for four consecutive sixes in the final over to secure victory for the West Indies.
Paul Collingwood, one of England’s greatest fielders, gave his followers some tips on slip catching practice.
Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum took on a different vantage point at Anfield as the club played an intra-squad friendly to prepare for the return of the Premier League.
Sheffield United forward Oli McBurnie could not believe some of the action from UFC 250.
Burnley goalkeeper Nick Pope was in a reflective mood on the anniversary of a career highlight.
As was Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford, who scored a stunner at Elland Road that night.
Former England defender John Terry was out on the golf course.
Four-time Tour de France winner Chris Froome was too strong for a whole host of sports stars and celebrities as he won ‘The Race: Wheels for Heroes’ on Zwift on Sunday night.
Froome set off last in the pursuit-style race and pipped former England batsman Kevin Pietersen and singer Mel C to victory in the final 200 metres of the 22.9km virtual ‘Volcano Climb’ route.
The event, which also included the likes of Lee Westwood, Ryan Giggs, Steph Houghton, Andrew Flintoff and Olly Murs, raised money for charity with the aim of donating 1,000 bikes to NHS key workers.