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 August 2.
Rio Ferdinand proves that you never lose it.
A post shared by Rio Ferdinand (@rioferdy5) on Aug 2, 2020 at 2:16am PDT
Derby midfielder Wayne Rooney was enjoying the scorching Sunday sun with his sons.
Tottenham recalled the signing of England international Eric Dier on this day in 2014.
A post shared by Tottenham Hotspur (@spursofficial) on Aug 2, 2020 at 2:00am PDT
Hector Bellerin was reflecting on another successful FA Cup campaign at Arsenal.
3 different trims. Same FA CUP. pic.twitter.com/Ea2WmAehDm
— Héctor Bellerín (@HectorBellerin) August 2, 2020
And his fellow Arsenal players were continuing their celebrations into Sunday…
A post shared by Alex Lacazette (@lacazettealex) on Aug 2, 2020 at 4:30am PDT
Was für eine Saison! Mit Höhen und Tiefen! Mit dem Glauben an sich selbst und dieses Team kann man alles erreichen!! Dieser Pokal ist sehr wichtig für uns alle, den ganzen Verein. Aber er ist auch für alle die uns unterstützt haben! Danke! 💪🔥🙏 #GX34 #arsenal #facupwinner #thankyou —————————————- What a season! With ups and downs! With faith in yourself and this team, you can do anything!! This trophy is very important for all of us, the whole club. But it is also for all who have supported us! Thank you! 💪🔥🙏
A post shared by Granit Xhaka (@granitxhaka) on Aug 2, 2020 at 4:24am PDT
A post shared by Calum Chambers (@calumchambers95) on Aug 2, 2020 at 5:10am PDT
— Lucas Torreira #LT11 (@LTorreira34) August 2, 2020
— Shkodran Mustafi (@MustafiOfficial) August 2, 2020
… and goalkeeper Emi Martinez even had time to poke fun at himself during a controversial moment at Wembley.
Catching pikachu at Wembley pic.twitter.com/133WB3S9OR
— Emiliano Martínez (@emimartinezz1) August 2, 2020
Lewis Hamilton was relieved to hold on for victory after a puncture in the British Grand Prix.
That last lap almost had me 😅 We still got this 🏆🏁 I can’t express how grateful I am to all the fans, and to my incredible team. To think this is the 7th home win is just insane. Thanks for the positive energy everyone, we did this together. #BritishGP #TeamLH #StillWeRise @F1 pic.twitter.com/PyAPZ6SZrI
— Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) August 2, 2020
The climate change protest group Extinction Rebellion hung a banner at Silverstone before the race.
Today at the #BritishGP we sent a message: #ActNow this is a #ClimateEmergency and we're way off track. Join #ExtinctionRebellion from September 1st #WeWantToLive @F1 @LewisHamilton @SilverstoneUK @BorisJohnson @GOVUK pic.twitter.com/7LLDJqkGfB
— Extinction Rebellion UK 🌍 (@XRebellionUK) August 2, 2020
The Bob Willis Trophy continued on Sunday there was a new norm for the fielders.
— County Championship (@CountyChamp) August 2, 2020
Kevin Pietersen was enjoying the August sun with a South African-style barbecue.
Ian Poulter was still celebrating Arsenal’s FA Cup victory.
— Ian Poulter (@IanJamesPoulter) August 2, 2020
England international Helen Housby enjoyed her first match in 322 days.
First game in 322 days…a derby win! 👊🏼 Definitely an average performance but sometimes you gotta win ugly – so much more in the tank for us! Thanks for the support near and far, credit to everyone who made it possible ❣️ Also @channel9 bit disappointed you cut the coverage – would you do that during the @nrl? 🤔 just a thought 📸 – @gettysport / @jonosearle
A post shared by Helen Housby (@helenhousby1) on Aug 2, 2020 at 12:28am PDT