Sports stars and clubs across the world continue to provide an insight into their lives on social media.
Here, the PA news agency looks at some of the best examples from September 1.
Marcus Rashford unveiled details of his new campaign – spearheading a task force on the issue of child food poverty.
England revealed their new home and away shirts.
As did Portugal...
Cesc Fabregas paid tribute, in emoji form, to 86-year-old Ken Friar, who is stepping down as Arsenal's executive director to become the club's life president.
Liverpool wished their former striker Daniel Sturridge a happy 31st birthday.
Likewise, Marseille sent many happy returns to Tony Cascarino on his 58th birthday.
Manchester United marked five years since Anthony Martial joined the club.
AC Milan were still basking in the glory of having secured Zlatan Ibrahimovic's services for another year.
New boss Andrea Pirlo was getting stuck into his training ground duties with Juventus.
Naomi Osaka wore a face mask onto the court at the US Open bearing the name of Breonna Taylor, who was shot dead by police in Louisville in March, as she continued to highlight issues of racial injustice.
Novak Djokovic probably didn't need luck to continue his winning run against Damir Dzumhur, but he got some at Flushing Meadows anyway.
Australia's Caleb Ewan woke up feeling chipper after winning stage three of the Tour de France on Monday.
England boss Eddie Jones and former Ireland counterpart Joe Schmidt had a good old chin-wag about top-level coaching.
Bubba Watson pushed the boat out for his wife's birthday.