Social media best bits: Nature trips and winter wonderlands

IGARASHI Kanoa of Japan competes during the 2019 Freshwater Pro-WSL in Lemoore, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/Getty Images)
IGARASHI Kanoa of Japan competes during the 2019 Freshwater Pro-WSL in Lemoore, California. (Photo by Sean M. Haffey/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...

Family Day 👩‍👧

Two-time Olympian Melissa Bishop-Nriagu swaps the track for family quality time.

Double mission 🥋🦴

Argentinian judoka has her sights set on Tokyo 2020 but has also doubled down on her mission of saving lives as an orthopaedic doctor.

California on our mind 🏄‍♂️

Japanese surfing sensation IGARASHI Kanoa is relaxing in California just cruising that turquoise blue sea that makes us all want to hit the beach.

Slow-mo 💪

US two-time Paralympian Melissa Stockwell is taking it slow to get that squat right.

Nature trip 🚵‍♀️

Road race cyclist Annemiek van Vleuten is back in the Netherlands enjoying the nature and all that fresh air.

Fine form 👊

Paralympian Amy Truesdale from Team GB smashes that punching bag with her formidable 45 degree kick.

Back in training 🎯

Bangladeshi archer - who is set to make his appearance in Tokyo 2020 - relishes his training after months of being unable to go out on the field.

Winter wonderland ❄️

Ukrainian judoka Daria Bilodid poses for that Instagram-worthy winter snapshot.

Jump! 🏐

Beach volleyball champ Melissa Humana-Paredes shows us her jumping moves during her training with partner Sarah Pavan.

World record beater 1️⃣

It was another world record for dual world champion Jaryd Clifford with a blistering 3:42.97 in the 1,500m T13 to lowering his own world record for the second time in a month.

Check out the Lowdown for more of the best social media posts from the last week