Friendship, excellence, and respect are the three core Olympic values, and we have been touched by the way the sports world has responded to these challenging times.
And not just Olympians either.
The Olympic family as a whole, and that's all of us, has come up with brilliant ways to help and lift each other up.
Here's a collection of tweets, posts, memes, gifs, gags, and messages that have brought us inspiration and motivation - and made us smile!
All times below are GMT/UTC.
6:30 pm – Good evening and stay safe
These are difficult times for everyone but thank you for joining us today. Hopefully we've been able to provide you with uplifting moments and inspiration.
Stay safe, stay indoors, and we'll be back with you tomorrow for more emotional and inspiring updates from around sport.
6:10 pm – "Everything will be fine"
So says Olympic champion Federica Pellegrini. She's been keeping her mood up by painting.
Better than my arts skills, that's for sure!
5:42 pm – Puppy love
Awwww. Wilma Jean Wrinkles, the bulldog belonging to U.S. women's soccer player Rose Lavelle, may have just stolen our hearts this evening.
5:15 pm – Atlético Madrid women's player joins medical fight
Another athlete to tell you about is Silvia Meseguer, the second captain for the Atlético Madrid women's football team in Spain.
She is a medical student in her final year, and has volunteered her services as a health worker in the Spanish capital's temporary hospital for Covid-19 patients.
Olympic Channel spoke to her last year.
5:07 pm – Olympic champion doctor helps in fight against pandemic
Olympic champion Paula Pareto of Argentina, who won under-48 kg judo bronze in Beijing and gold in Rio, has returned to her job as an orthopaedic surgeon after serving out a mandatory isolation.
She wrote on Instagram: "Even though us orthopaedic doctors are not directly on the battle front-lines, we are equally part of the health team that faces this pandemic before anyone else and we will help where necessary."
4:49 pm – Get in touch!
Over on Twitter, we're asking: who is the first athlete that comes to mind when you see the U.S. Olympic outfit?
Let us know @olympicchannel.
For me, it's hard to look past Simone Biles and Michael Phelps, who both dominated at Rio 2016.
4:27 pm – Re-live the Rio 2016 artistic swimming final
4:01 pm – Couple goals
When you're stuck indoors in quarantine in Italy, but you're a professional volleyball player, what can you do?
Luckily for Monica De Gennaro-Santarelli, her coach at Imoco Conegliano is also her husband.
"When you miss playing but you're lucky enough to have your husband with you," her caption translates as.
3:45 pm – Szocs siblings sticking it out together
Table tennis is one of those sports that can be practised nearly anywhere.
Which is just as well, given the challenging times we're in.
Bernadette Szocs, Romania's world number 26, is lucky to have older brother and fellow national team player Hunor Szocs to train with.
And the siblings have an important message.
3:25 pm – Golf champion giveaway
Olympic golf champion Justin Rose is trying to keep his followers' spirits up by giving away some Team GB gear.
All you have to do is tell him what your favourite Olympic moment has been. Go!
2:40 pm – Is Britney the new fastest human?
Like everyone else, Britney Spears is working out at home.
But we don't think even the music superstar is faster than Usain Bolt.
Perhaps she was on a treadmill. Over to you, Usain.
1:55 pm – Workout like a karate champion
Here's world champion Sandra Sánchez of Spain sharing her tips for working out at home.
1:00 pm – You're never too old to stay active
Just do it indoors at the moment!
Here's 85-year-old grandmother Flo Meiler in our original series Body+, who picked up pole vaulting aged 65.
12:22 pm – Courtney's core
I've got to admit, I would not be able to do this, probably.
Mountain bike world champion from 2018 Kate Courtney shows off her core strength with this home workout.
While you're here, why not check out our original series Level Up! where we asked Kate to rate mountain bike home videos?
Take a look below.
12:03 pm – Help others stay healthy
Yeah, that trend form a few years ago? Some people would rather it stay in the past, but now more than ever it's important to remember to cough or sneeze into your elbow. Just like dabbing.
11:25 am – MLB star sends special messages
Major League Baseball's National League Rookie of the Year Pete Alonso of the New York Mets recorded special messages to frontline healthcare workers fighting coronavirus in the United States, and just look at the reactions of the doctors and nurses!
Here's that heartwarming video.
11:00 am – Join Pita Taufatofua live!
Update (2:35 pm): If you missed it, you can check it out below too.
10:50 am – Toilet paper time trial
You've probably seen the #toiletpaperchallenge on social media by now – people doing keepy-ups with rolls of toilet paper.
But UCI WorldTour cycling team CCC Team have found a way to up that.
Like many other cyclists, Valter Attila has been practicing on a mounted time trial bike at home. Here's his twist on the toilet paper challenge.
How many can you stack up?
10:35 am – Olympic Ceremonies, all day
Don't forget, on the Olympic Channel you can watch a wide range of our Original Series, as well as our Olympic Ceremonies Channel!
10:05 am – Watch out, Hugh Grant!
Remember Hugh Grant's dance in the classic Love Actually?
Well, professional boxer (and Singapore 2010 Summer Youth Olympic Games silver medallist) Joseph Parker of New Zealand reckons he might attempt his best impression.
Hugh Grant who?
9:35 am – "Go forward"
Another day dawns in Europe. We hope you're keeping safe at home or if you're an essential frontline worker, thank you.
We'll be here throughout the day keeping you company with updates from athletes worldwide as everyone adapts to this new normal.
Let's start off on a healthy note, with Somali boxer Ramla Ali showing off her home workout.
"No matter what, go forward."