Bolt on a roll, Stan bearing up and it’s Rebekah Vardy – sport stars on social
The coronavirus outbreak continues to keep world of sport at a virtual standstill and its stars have had to find other ways to keep themselves busy.
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Here, the PA news agency takes a look at what some of them got up to on Saturday in a bid to fill the void.
The fastest man on the planet, Usain Bolt, could not resist joining in with the toilet roll keepy-uppy challenge.
England and Manchester City midfielder Jill Scott chose to relax and express her feelings in words.
Former world road race cycling champion Lizzie Deignan also took time out to share her feelings during troubled times.
Cristiano Ronaldo could not resist working out, but still managed to get his clear message across to fans.
Great Britain hockey international Sam Ward followed up his interpretation of the skeleton bobsleigh on Friday with a spot of cricket on Saturday with his dog.
Spain and Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos shows he is a man of many talents by socking it to them.
Norwich midfielder Alex Tettey refuses to take up the keepy-uppy challenge with his precious toilet paper.
Watford defender Kiko Femenia gets plenty of support during his stay-at-home work-out routine.
In response to South African Erik Van Rooyen’s recent Foo Fighters guitar video, New Zealand golfer Ryan Fox takes to his drums.
Chelsea midfielder Ruben Loftus-Cheek, working his way back from a ruptured Achilles, proves skipping is not just for the playground and boxers.
England and Leicester striker Jamie Vardy and wife Rebekah nail their press-up routine.
Finally, let’s see how Swiss tennis star Stan Wawrinka is bearing up in quarantine.
Ali Orr helps Sussex to five-wicket win over Derbyshire
The 21-year-old opener was helped by partners Tom Alsop and Mohammad Rizwan.
Issy Wong living the dream as late wickets boost England against South Africa
The 20-year-old fast bowler made an impact on a rain-affected day three at Taunton.
England frustrated by the weather on third day of South Africa Test
South Africa were 51 for three at the close of play.
Issy Wong’s late double keeps England in control at Taunton
.England were rewarded for their patience during a lengthy rain delay.
James Anderson: England’s new-found confidence unlike anything I’ve seen before
Anderson first played for his country in 2002 and has lived through more than his fair share of new eras, reboots and fresh starts.
England paceman James Anderson keen to prove fitness ahead of India Test
The 39-year-old sat out the final match against New Zealand at Headingley due to concerns over his left ankle but says it now feels “pretty good”.
Andrew Gale ‘not willing to engage’ in ‘tainted’ ECB racism disciplinary process
Gale denied Azeem Rafiq’s allegations against him and described him as an “embittered former colleague”.
Andrew Gale will not engage with ECB disciplinary process over racism claims
Gale was sacked by Yorkshire last year but earlier this month won an unfair dismissal claim against the club.
Michael Vaughan ‘steps back’ from BBC work after staff raise concerns
The former England captain had recently returned to Test Match Special coverage.
Simon Harmer bowls Essex to thrilling win while Surrey dominate Kent
Spinner Harmer took 15 wickets in the match as his side held off Hampshire by 12 runs.