Sports stars 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 June 10.
Chelsea donated the £100,000 prize money they claimed for winning the FA Women’s Super League title to Refuge, a charity which provides specialist services to survivors of domestic abuse.
Boss Emma Hayes told Chelsea’s official website: “It’s a charity that’s close to the hearts and minds of the Women’s team, and is very important to our owner Mr Abramovich and everyone at the club.
We will be donating the £100k prize money for winning the 2019/20 Barclays FA Women’s Super League to @RefugeCharity.
— Chelsea FC Women (@ChelseaFCW) June 10, 2020
“It makes me proud our club is supporting those less fortunate in times of need.
“Up until now our involvement was about supporting the campaign publicly with a call to action but we all wanted to do more than that and if donating our prize money can ease some of the concerns and worries people have then it’s the least we can do.”
The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium will still be available to the NHS even when football returns.
North Middlesex University Hospital has used the stadium for Covid-19 drive-through testing and the relocation of its Women’s Outpatient Services since April.
— Tottenham Hotspur (@SpursOfficial) June 10, 2020
And despite the away changing room, emergency medical room, official’s room, doping control and medical welfare rooms now needed for football, the NHS services will now be relocated to other appropriate areas.
Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy told the club’s official website: “We are delighted that, with the imminent return of Premier League football, we have been able to ensure that the vital NHS work can continue to be housed at our stadium during the fight against COVID-19.
“We have been overwhelmed by the response we have received from hospital staff and patients who have been using our stadium facilities in recent months and how much they have enjoyed being at our home during such a challenging time.”
Promoter Eddie Hearn’s hopes of staging boxing shows at his Matchroom headquarters in Essex, aka ‘Fight Camp’, moved a step closer.
A post shared by Eddie Hearn (@eddiehearn) on Jun 10, 2020 at 5:58am PDT
Manchester United and England forward Marcus Rashford took kids through an exercise workout.
I’m going to get the class up on my website so the kids can pause it and work through it at a pace they want. Will let you all know as soon as it’s up 💪🏾 hope the kids enjoyed it this morning ♥️
— Marcus Rashford (@MarcusRashford) June 10, 2020
Rashford’s team-mate Jesse Lingard played his part in revealing that Manchester would be the training base for England and Australia at the 2021 Rugby League World Cup.
— Jesse Lingard (@JesseLingard) June 10, 2020
Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero was training ahead of his club’s return to action in seven days.
A post shared by Sergio Leonel Agüero (@kunaguero) on Jun 10, 2020 at 1:30am PDT
Brighton defender Shane Duffy had no sympathy for a fan who had his name tattooed as a forfeit for a terrible Fantasy Premier League Gameweek.
Is that a Premier League title Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum can see?
Let's take a look at what the future brings us pic.twitter.com/fzqNDfE989
— Gini Wijnaldum (@GWijnaldum) June 10, 2020
England paceman Jofra Archer was back to terrorising batsmen.
A post shared by Jofra Archer 🇧🇧🇬🇧 (@jofraarcher) on Jun 10, 2020 at 5:04am PDT
Justin Rose was putting the hours in ahead of the PGA Tour’s return this week.
A post shared by Justin ROSE (@justinprose99) on Jun 9, 2020 at 2:52pm PDT
America’s Justin Thomas was also excited to return to competitive action on Thursday.
A post shared by Justin Thomas (@justinthomas34) on Jun 9, 2020 at 5:14pm PDT
Luke Poulter could follow in his father Ian’s footsteps after sitting second in a junior golf tournament after the first round.
— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) June 10, 2020
Wigan team-mates Jackson Hastings and Zak Hardaker were driving each other on.