Social media best bits: Gold medals galore

A Lim Kim of Republic of Korea poses for a photo with the trophy after winning the 75th U.S. Women's Open Championship (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)
A Lim Kim of Republic of Korea poses for a photo with the trophy after winning the 75th U.S. Women's Open Championship (Photo by Carmen Mandato/Getty Images)

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...

Gold medal pride 🥇

It was all smiles from Ferhat Aricann after he became the European Gymnastics parallel bars champion in front of a home crowd.

"It is not possible for me to describe this pride in words. I am very proud," he wrote.

Milestone reached ✅

England international Bethany England marked her 100th game for Chelsea F.C not just with a win but a throwback to her first game with the London-based club.

Back at the top 🤸

MURAKAMI Mai was crowned the women's all-round gold medallist at the All Japan Championship for the first time in two years. The Japanese gymnast also thanked those who had supported her.

Olympic qualification secured 🥳

Melanie Henique has all but booked her ticket to Tokyo 2020 after winning the 50m freestyle at the French national championships. She also set a national record in the 50m butterfly earlier in the meet.

Comeback win 🏆

Remember the name A Lim Kim. The Republic of Korea golfer made an incredible comeback in the final round of the US Women's Open to win her first major title.

Time to build a snowman? ☃️

The first snow of the winter fell in and around parts of the capital Seoul with rhythmic gymnast Seo Goeun liking the snow but not the cold.

Four in a row 🏃‍♀️

Australia's Genevieve Gregson, a two-time Olympian, has recorded her fourth consecutive win in the 10km after taking out the Launceston Running Festival.

A dose of motivation 💪

American athlete Brianna McNeal is here to give you the motivation you need to conquer the day.

Row, row, row 🚣‍♀️

Carlotta Nwajide is rowing herself into Christmas with a training camp.

Tokyo ready 🗼

Nathan Adrian is a veteran of the USA Swimming team and is ready to add a fourth Olympic Games to his list of growing achievements.

Back on the podium 🥈

After almost 10 months with no competitions, Anshu Malik was happy to be back on the podium once again after a silver medal finish at the Individual World Cup.

Expectation v reality 🎾

The first day back on the job isn't always what is expected...

The world's best 🌍

Lucy Bronze has become the first English player to win the women's top prize at the Best FIFA Football Award.