Japanese commentators lose their minds as former Formula One driver Takuma Sato wins Indy 500.
— とーい (@yuzuzu1018) May 28, 2017
When athletes wear clothes and are almost unrecognisable. Behold one super sprinter Allyson Felix.
Tiger Woods falls further from grace but perhaps needs our support rather than people giving his mugshot to the papers. (As a former sub editor for newspapers, however, I cannot help but admire the headline).
Headline nailed. pic.twitter.com/r1vuUzdr5o
— Sam Pang (@MrSamPang) May 30, 2017
… as fellow golf pro Martin Kaymer puts it so eloquently.
— Martin Kaymer (@MKaymer59) June 1, 2017
… and former Liverpool footballer.
— Robbie Fowler (@Robbie9Fowler) June 2, 2017
Rogue Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios trains for the French Open in his own indomitable way.
"When I'm back at home I don't really train that much on clay because it makes my car dirty." -Kyrgiоs, Nick#rg17
— Ben Rothenberg (@BenRothenberg) May 30, 2017
When kids do sport…
— Edinburgh Marathon (@MrHairyHaggis) May 29, 2017
When you’re retired-ish and happy with life.
Months after a plane crash decimated a Brazilian football squad, they are top of the league.
Just 6 months on from their crash, Chapecoense are top of the league…
…for the first time in their history! ❤ pic.twitter.com/c0RG8szgKq
— BigSport (@BigSportGB) May 31, 2017
When you love your job.
— Sally Fitzgibbons (@Sally_Fitz) May 31, 2017
When you’ve got a legend of your sport choreographing your short dance…
— Nicholas Buckland (@N_Buckland) May 31, 2017
Nicely put by one of our favourite sports writers, Tom Fordyce from BBC Sport.
— tomfordyce (@tomfordyce) June 4, 2017