Every week, Tokyo 2020 will bring you the best sport posts from the social media world. This week, take a look at how athletes are keeping fit and more...
Green jacket dream 🏌️♂️
American Dustin Johnson sent records tumbling at the 2020 Masters after claiming his second major title. However, it was his 20-under 268 that broke the record books as he beat the previous tournament bestset by Tiger Woods in 1997 and Jordan Spieth in 2015.
Record equalled 🔁
It's been a bit of record breaking, or in this case record equalling week. For FAN Zhendong he added a fourth ITTF World Cup trophy to his collection to equal the all-time men's title record of MA Lin.
Record tumbles 👏
South Africa's and former Olympic champions Cameron van der Burgh 100m breaststroke short course world record has fallen after 11-years with Adam Peaty breaking it.
First man to go sub-50 ⏲️
Caeleb Dressel isn't new to breaking records. Before setting a new American Record in the 100m freestyle, the Rio 2016 medallist record the fastest ever 100m individual medley in history.
Seeing double 🚴♂️🚴♂️
Portugal's cycling twins, Rui and Ivo Oliveira, have come away with silver in the madison at the 2020 European Track Championships.
That return 🎾
Rafael Nadal makes his spinning skyhook return look effortless.
Keep on working 😅
After missing the remainder of the season due to a shoulder injury, NISHIKORI Kei is focussing on returning to peak fitness for the upcoming season.
A banger of a goal 🥅
Australia's U23 team got their Tokyo 2020 preparation back underway again with Connor Metcalfe's two-touch goal helping the young squad in their eventual win.
Full throttle 💨
Team GB's Reece Prescod, a European Championship silver medallist, has shown his speed during a training session.
Hotel quarantine workout 💪
Being in hotel quarantine hasn't stopped New Zealand's women's football captain Abby Erceg from keeping up her workout regime.
New GWR holder 📜
MOMOTA Kento of Japan has received a Guinness World Records certificate for 'Most badminton men's singles titles in a season' after winning 11 titles in 2019.