The best of the week’s sport social media

You like? Me not.

Oh yes.

Heather Watson heads to the Wimbledon ball after just missing out on Wimbledon mixed doubles final, which was won by fellow Brit Jamie Murray and Swiss Martina Hingis.

Now THAT’S a stand-up paddle board!

When a former footballer gets involved in school sports day…

Women’s football making a point at Euro 2017.

A former pro cyclist speaks out following his own family tragedy involved road cycling.

Lewis Hamilton now has his own emoji – that is all.

Great ad from UK station Channel 4 promoting England football at Euro 2017.

Selfie for England Cricket as they reach the Cricket World Cup final.

When a fan heckles former tennis pro Kim Clijsters this is what happens… ?

Jamie Murray this time, winning Wimbledon mixed doubles final with Swiss Martina Hingis.?

Oh, Piers.


How to conduct an interview Jo Currie style.


These two…

A-ma-zing. The Yorkshire haka.

Actual wedding pic of Max Whitlock getting married. I know, try and contain yourself.

‪First look at our wedding photos!! Thank you @ok_mag for an amazing keepsake ? @leahhickton ?‬

A post shared by Max Whitlock MBE (@maxwhitlock) on

Andy Murray’s not happy in his new swimming outfit ?

Former England cricket captain Michael Vaughan is concerned about England in the World Cup Cricket final… but wait, Mr V… just wait…

Sensible as ever, athletics legend Michael Johnson weighs in on the doping problem in sport.

It’s okay, I think you got away with it.


Good catch, er, okay.

Still won though, didn’t he?

As before…

Absolute star Tom Daley wins GOLD (and silver) at the world diving champs in 10m diving beating those amazing pesky Chinese divers.

And again.

Some more…

And this. And yes, he still won!

Head five minutes in won’t you and watch Tour De France winner Chris Froome help a fella propose to his girlfriend…

A fabulous day at the cricket! England win the World Cup!

And she did… LOVE this photo of World Cup-winning cricketer Anya Shrubsole, shared by her dad.

‘Twas amazing.

Unlucky for India’s cricketers who put up such a fight. This was tweeted by legendary Indian cricketer Virender Sehwag.

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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