The best of the week’s sport social media

So welcome to a selection of the best of sport social media. I’ve collated the best, worst, funniest, thought-provoking and feel-good tweets, ‘grams ‘books from elite stars to amateur sporty types to crazy fans from the past week.

If you come across any sport funnies, feel-goods, inspirational, confusing, social media, please let me know either on Twitter or Facebook. We all love to share the best we find, non?

When there’s five days of cricket and the commentators have time on their hands to stitch up a colleague…

There’s a way to make difficult yoga poses easier – might cost a bit, mind.

Cold war thaw – these two swimmers have previous but finish worlds with a smile

If you could just do the somersault in front of our hashtag that would be wonderful. Thanks ever so…

England team-mates get on well…

Fab headline after English cricketer bowls hat-trick

When your luggage goes missing and you’re an athlete heading to world champs…

NOT Team GB, alright!

Read this thread about how Lewis Pugh swims in the Arctic

Tour de France cyclist appears to have a Circus-bound kid

Turns out it was worth Australia women’s cricketers holding out with the men for better pay.

When a British rower turns up on the northernmost landmass before you hit the Arctic.

London knows how to welcome athletes to the world champs

Usain Bolt’s last warm up ahead of final EVER two races

Very droll, sir, very droll

Oh so silly, but raises a smile, non?

Avert your eyes! (Funny) nude cricket alert!

Ready for a feel-good story? Of course you are

Wonderful, wonderful scenes at the London Olympic Stadium as Brit athlete Sir Mo Farah wins 10,000m gold in a thrilling race

More wonderful scenes as Mo celebrates with family on the track – one more race and he retires from the track

Okay, one more. Too cute!

The next day, things don’t go so well for another soon-to-retire athlete, when Usain Bolt comes third in his final ever 100m individual race to two-time doper Justin Gatlin

Fabulous joyful scenes at the Euro 2017 football final between hosts The Netherlands and Denmark

Fourth place for this Brit marathon runner who gave it his all to get on the podium at the world champs

Bear in mind that Isobel Pooley here is a tall high jumper and you’ll have even more of an idea how high these hurdles are!

That’s right, I’m featuring my own tweet here!

Here we hear directly from the Boltmeister…

Brit marathon runner loving the support from these kids while she was leading the world championships race

The Brit pole vaulter was knocked down but then got up again to cheer on her team-mate!

Author: Jo Gunston

Roving blogging superfan shares behind the scenes stories of her sports life and the best of those from like-minded souls.

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