During these challenging times when so many people around the world are staying home to help fight the coronavirus outbreak, we're all looking for a bit of motivation.
We here at Olympic Channel are sharing inspiring and emotional moments to help us all stay safe, strong and healthy.
Here are five things for today.
1. Home Workout
Staying active physically and positive mentally is more important than ever right now, and with a little imagination, you can make it work at home, even with nothing more than a chair!
You can find lots of workouts on our #StayStrong, #StayActive minisite full of home workouts by Olympians.
And stay tuned to our social channels @olympicchannel as we bring you live daily workouts to help you stay active during lockdown.
Fun for all the family!
If you want to see how athletes have been handling the lockdown around the world, click here.
Today the news is in that the U.S. Olympic Swimming Trials, originally scheduled for 21-28 June in Omaha, will now be held from 13-20 June, 2021 at the same venue.
Meanwhile marathon superstar Eliud Kipchoge has been urging athletes to continue training to avoid injury.
But not everyone took it so well, Japan's world champ Seto Daiya was 'shellshocked' at first, but shock has turned to resolve to stay strong, read more here.
If there's one thing lockdowns and quarantines across the globe have given us, it's guilt-free binge-watching.
Here's what to watch today:
And on Olympic Channel we have plenty of amazing Original Series for you to get inspired by.
From feature-length documentaries to mind-blowing Olympic shorts, there's something for everyone.
One of our latest Original series - Body+ - questions what it is to have the perfect body, featuring Aaron 'Wheelz' Fotherington the extreme wheelchair pioneer and a pole-vaulting great-grandmother.
Want in-depth interviews with the biggest stars in sport?
Our Podcast archive is a treasure trove of inspiring stories.
Find the words you need to hear.
5. Get involved
Social media is front centre during this crisis and it's a great way to interact and stay in touch.
And from your workout to working it out.
Think you can?
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