Urgh, this is gros… oh, I see
Uh, because it’s the ball’s fault, right?
One of England football’s best strikers gets down on one knee.
Gymnast’s make it look easy… most of the time.
You’ve got something on your fac… never mind.
Nothing like riding in the mud with your friends! Day one of the @easternstatescup @clifenduroeast at killington and Green mountain in the bag! . . . . . @transitionbikes @pocsports @raceface604 @novatecwheels @factorcomponents @onzatires @htcomponents @fox @fiveten_official @trpcycling @mrpbike @kingdomtrails @orangesealed#chucksbikes @vermont_mtb_tours #enduromtb #chicksonbikes #bikelife
Aw, when your mum’s a former world champion and now the daughter’s picked for the GB team too
— Dr Peter C Simmons (@peteman82) July 3, 2017
You have monks turn up to support you at your races too, non?
— ITV Cycling (@itvcycling) July 3, 2017
Well this is just smashing.
— Stacey Copeland (@scopelandboxer) July 2, 2017
A cracking way to introduce a new football signing. Take a bow PR peeps at Aston Villa.
— Aston Villa FC (@AVFCOfficial) July 3, 2017
Paris sneakily use an American icon in their bid to get the 2024 Olympic Games over Los Angeles.
— Duncan Mackay (@Duncan_ITG) July 3, 2017
British cyclist makes the most of his fancy yellow shirt at the Tour de France.
We’re all inspired by Wimbledon, including a heavily pregnant Serena Williams!
Hiking in Greenland – stunning, non?
Photo @ladzinski / Greenland is without a doubt among the lesser explored places on our beautiful planet. @angelajpayne hiking in a remote fjord central eastern #greenland as storm clouds lift. I’m excited to be heading back to greenland this week for another climbing / exploration mission with @mikelibecki @ethan_pringle @andy_mann and @connor_seybert. The unknown awaits and in the words of Mike Libecki, “Without mystery there is no adventure”
Well done Hector. We’re all shocked and devastated in the UK about the London tower block that caught fire, trapping many residents inside.
— Héctor Bellerín (@HectorBellerin) July 2, 2017
This is not great by Tour de France cyclist Peter Sagan. Not great at all.
Cav: “l get on with Peter well… but the elbow, I’m not a fan of him putting his elbow in me like that” pic.twitter.com/Cch2SGx4eS
— ITV Cycling (@itvcycling) July 4, 2017
More from #elbowgate at the Tour De France…
— Sarah C Robinson (@SarahCRobinson) July 4, 2017
I’m confused, isn’t L’Oreal a grooming product? We can’t see Lewis Hamilton, so… well, I don’t get it.
— Lewis Hamilton (@LewisHamilton) July 4, 2017
Two weddings for Welsh sport stars.
— DisabilitySportWales (@dsw_news) July 3, 2017
Teenager Billy Monger lost both his legs in a racing crash A FEW WEEKS AGO. I said A FEW WEEKS AGO. He’s getting back in the car already with support from the racing world and beyond.
Cristiano Ronaldo one of the best footballers on the planet, adds to his family with twins.
— Cristiano Ronaldo (@Cristiano) July 4, 2017
Back to Peter Sagan… he’s only gone and been disqualified. Sacré bleu.
Le jury des commissaires a pris la décision de mettre Peter Sagan hors course / Commissaires’ panel decided to exclude Peter Sagan. pic.twitter.com/4zaAXhIANT
— Le Tour de France (@LeTour) July 4, 2017
World-leading boulderer Shauna Coxsey gets the needle… see what I did there.
For those that don’t live in the UK, The Archers is a long-running radio serial; for those who do live in the UK, ditto.
It’s all kicked off on the Archers. Ambridge’s resident sexist Will won’t let a woman on the cricket team.
— Elizabeth Ammon (@legsidelizzy) July 4, 2017
Cyclist Jess Varnish takes her pooch everywhere.
Smuggling H in my shopping bag ? He seemed to like it! pic.twitter.com/oGom9SF3mj
— Jessica Varnish (@JessVarnish) July 4, 2017
For those that don’t live in the UK, etc… it’s about a show called Red Dwarf and a character called Smeg Head or Smeeeeeg Heeeeeead… you had to be there.
— Holly Brockwell (@holly) July 4, 2017
Winter (Olympics) is coming…
— Steve Wilson (@SteveWilsonITF) July 4, 2017
When you’re a rowing two-time Olympic gold medalist, live by the river and have just married a TV nature presenter, life is sweet.
— Helen Glover (@Helenglovergb) July 4, 2017
Sometimes a radio broadcaster job ain’t half bad, eh Georgie?
— Georgie Bingham (@georgiebingham) July 5, 2017
Football season is coming…
Rangers lost to a club in Luxembourg. Not Luxembourg but a club in Luxembourg. Not the best team in Luxembourg, the 4th best in Luxembourg.
— Gary Lineker (@GaryLineker) July 4, 2017
When you realise you’ve made it in sport.
— IAAF Diamond League (@Diamond_League) July 5, 2017
Some people aren’t happy with the wall to wall Wimbledon coverage but are very polite about it…
— Luke McGee (@lukemcgee) July 5, 2017
Meanwhile, those of us who do enjoy tennis watched an absolute belter of a match with lovely sportsmanship at the end.
— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 5, 2017
Ballkids got to be ready for anything…
— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 5, 2017
Great photo of the British fans enjoying Jo Konta’s march through the rounds at Wimbledeon.
— Wimbledon (@Wimbledon) July 5, 2017
Retired Formula 1 driver Nico Rosberg gets involved in the 9-5.
STOP! Time to go home ? pic.twitter.com/9YVz8FmC8Y
— Nico Rosberg (@nico_rosberg) July 5, 2017
— Clarissa Schilling (@ClarissaGoodwin) July 5, 2017
Andy Murray signs an autograph in, well, an odd place.
Dreddy Tennis puts a fan straight…
— Dustin Brown (@DreddyTennis) July 5, 2017
Crikey, even The Members must queue at Lord’s for the cricket.
This was the members queue at 5.30am. pic.twitter.com/vDRilAokQx
— Elizabeth Ammon (@legsidelizzy) July 6, 2017
But which Beatles song was the BBC’s chief sports writer singing we wonder…
I’ll be honest, walking along here on the way to the opening day of a Lord’s Test leaves a significant number of my cultural boxes ticked pic.twitter.com/nel40btIVr
— tomfordyce (@tomfordyce) July 6, 2017
Football season is ratcheting up a notch…
Crazy money. That’s more than UK Sport’s entire funding budget for all Paralympic sports from now to Tokyo 2020 – circa £70m. https://t.co/lZaWuEp7yi
— Jamie Fox (@jamiefox1) July 6, 2017
England football’s Toni Duggan is going to have to brush up on her Spanish.
— Toni Duggan (@toniduggan) July 6, 2017
— Rochelle Gilmore (@RochelleGilmore) July 6, 2017
This spectator is awesome!
— ITV Cycling (@itvcycling) July 6, 2017
— Ella Ling (@EllaLing23) July 5, 2017
London buses appear to be where it’s at for sport advertising currently!
— Russell James (@jamesrm1) July 5, 2017
When you have an embarrassing hissy fit and swerve to hit your main rival for the F1 world championships, one Lewis Hamilton.
Vettel: “It was the wrong move. Am I proud of it? No. Can i take it back? No. Do I regret it? Yes.”
— Andrew Benson (@andrewbensonf1) July 6, 2017
Serena Williams and fiance Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian head to the beach.
Because there’s nothing kids all around the world like doing more than saddling up the horse for a game of polo… https://t.co/UChghbvcFl
— Duncan Mackay (@Duncan_ITG) July 6, 2017
Remember that Helen Glover tweet above… hmmmm.
When your husband looks more lovingly at a cygnet than he ever has as you ? pic.twitter.com/P9zS1cgMg2
— Helen Glover (@Helenglovergb) July 6, 2017
Why wouldn’t you?
— Aimee Lewis (@aimee_lou_lewis) July 7, 2017
Aw good work lads and best wishes to Yerai.
Every Athletic Club player has shaved their head in support of team mate Yerai, who is going through cancer treatment.
Lovely touch ?? pic.twitter.com/fUyQ8AdjhL
— BigSport (@BigSportGB) July 7, 2017
When you’re just good at something.
Andre Parker hasn’t even trained for shot put this year. Plays basketball and football instead. Raw talent! https://t.co/oQwg1HoEs3
— Athletics Weekly (@AthleticsWeekly) July 7, 2017
Piers Morgan and son at the cricket.
How do they have the energy!
— Chris Goldsmith (@TheTennisTalker) July 7, 2017
During the 7/7 bombings in London Martine Wright lost both her legs, and went on to compete at the London Paralympic Games. Love her.
12 years on from 07/07, remembering all involved, those that risked their lives & all those that lost their lives, u are always in my heart
— martine wright MBE (@martine_wright) July 7, 2017
This could have been tragic. What on earth was going on?
— Girls Like Racing (@GirlsLikeRacing) July 7, 2017
Great to see Sir Andy Murray get the plaudits he deserves while still top of his game.
You don’t see this very often!
— BBC Tennis (@bbctennis) July 8, 2017
After weeks away from home, humdinging matches, the Lions Tour came down to a, er, draw. Lovely scenes though.
The women’s cricket World Cup begins…
— Cricket World Cup (@cricketworldcup) July 8, 2017
Love this pic.
— Marc Aspland (@MarcAspland) July 8, 2017
Horrendous scenes when Luke Fletcher hit on the head by a ball in a T20 match. Players upset but Luke responds in a typically British way shortly afterwards.
I honestly don’t see how they can restart. Samit was in floods of tears the others had all gone pale and looked so shocked.
— Elizabeth Ammon (@legsidelizzy) July 8, 2017
Thanks for the messages. Shame about the result. Congrats to the bears!! Time for a few paracetamol ?
— FLETCH19 (@fletcherluke) July 8, 2017
Now THIS is a shot!
— British Tennis (@BritishTennis) July 8, 2017
Don’t often see a bad injury at Wimbledon but Bethanie Mattek-Sands fall looked excruciating. Her opposition visited her in hospital.
— Christopher Clarey (@christophclarey) July 8, 2017