Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to help their local communities – and find new ways to amuse themselves – during the coronavirus pandemic.
Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from May 20.
Manchester United Foundation has teamed up with Manchester United Supporters’ Clubs around the world to help tackle the social and economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic on young people.
Every supporters’ club will be offered up to £1,000 to help youth-focused charities
John Shiels, Chief Executive of the Manchester United Foundation, said: “This is a unique opportunity to harness the collective power of United fans across the UK and overseas to make a positive impact on young people’s lives at this time of great strain on societies and economies around the world.”
— Manchester United (@ManUtd) May 20, 2020
Jamie Carragher revealed he is taking part in #LapsForLives, to raise money for free PPE and scrubs for frontline workers.
A true essential journey 👏
66 miles, 50 runners, 1 at a time, over 12 hours, round the hub car park!
— Jamie Carragher (@Carra23) May 20, 2020
Gary Lineker chatted to a volunteer for the British Red Cross.
"Quite often people feel a million times better for getting something off their chest."
It was brilliant to see @GaryLineker chat to one of our volunteers, Charlie, who works on our national support line. If you're lonely, worried, or need practical support, call 0808 196 3651. pic.twitter.com/ItANkq6UOE
— British Red Cross (@BritishRedCross) May 20, 2020
While England defender Millie Bright spoke to a teacher from London.
👩🏫❤️ To all the amazing teachers who continue to inspire, educate and care for our children and young people during these difficult times. THANK YOU.@Mdawg1bright got on the phone to surprise and thank Sophie, a teacher in South East London. #thankateacherday pic.twitter.com/80MzVtdpv2
— Lionesses (@Lionesses) May 20, 2020
Liverpool defender Virgil Van Dijk was excited to have returned to group training.
As was Aston Villa midfielder Jack Grealish.
Ostersunds manager Ian Burchnall and some of his colleagues used a day off to help provide personal protective equipment.
The gaffer @ianburchnall and a few of the boys using their day off to help make PPE for the local hospital. Apologies in advance for @OfficialColkz’s beard and @alex_purver’s accent.https://t.co/FHRrYEB3eb
— David Preece (@davidpreece12) May 20, 2020
Six-time world champion Lewis Hamilton paid tribute to Formula One great Niki Lauda, a year on from his death.
Kevin Pietersen was making the most of the weather.
A post shared by Kevin Pietersen 🦏 (@kp24) on May 19, 2020 at 11:01pm PDT
Australia’s Marnus Labuschagne has been working hard with his new training partner.
— Marnus Labuschagne (@marnus3cricket) May 20, 2020
Novak Djokovic was sliding back into action.