Daily Routine: Five things to do - 30 April
It's Thursday. It is definitely Thursday today. It's sometimes hard to tell but, there is no doubt, today is Thursday.
What day is it again?
To celebrate the fact that it's 100% (probably) Thursday, we've put together a list of five things to keep your spirits at optimum Olympic level.
We've an old video of skateboarder Tony Hawk shouting 'do a kickflip' out of his car and pictures of Olympic champion Elaine Thompson's cute outfit (and cute pets). Plus, a couple of workout suggestions and a photo of Simone Biles on her sofa.
1) Do a kickflip
A kickflip is a skateboarding trick. It's not the hardest trick in the world. It's most certainly not the easiest either.
Here's a 10 minute tutorial if you want to dust off your skateboard and give it a try indoors.
Below is 12-year-old Brazilian skater Rayssa Leal performing an absolute textbook kickflip.
She's definitely one to keep an eye on ahead of skating's first trip to the Olympic Games at Tokyo 2020.
For those without a skateboard, and no intention to skateboard, you are still invited to watch skating legend Tony Hawk yell 'Do a kickflip' out of his car window in 2019 to random members of the public.
SPOILER ALERT: It's actually really funny and surprisingly heart-warming.
2) Put on a cute outfit
Just because there's nowhere to go - that does not mean you can't dress up.
Double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson put on her party dress and posed for a couple of photos with her cute dogs Sky and Bella.
And seeing as it's Throwback Thursday, it could well be time to relive Elaine's iconic moments from Rio 2016.
The Jamaican became the first woman since 1988 to become Olympic champion in both the 100m and 200m.
Has anyone else been having really vivid dreams during lockdown?
Internet searches for 'weird dreams' have apparently doubled since isolation began.
It seems like four-time Olympic champion Simone Biles has also been in the 'Dream Team'.
Simone's USA team mate, Olympic champion, and general gymnastics superstar Laurie Hernandez joined us this morning on Instagram for an 'Incoming Call'.
If you missed it, there's more on what she had to say, here.
You're not dreaming, Laurie really was on that call.
And if you want to know more about the two of them, check out our Olympic Channel Podcast episode with both Simone and Laurie.
Podcast: Simone Biles and Laurie Hernandez on 2020 goals
Podcast: Simone Biles and Laurie Hernandez on 2020 goalsU.S. gymnasts Simone Biles and Laurie Hernandez were part of the all-conquering 'Final Five' at Rio 2016. We have exclusive interviews with both ahead of their big Olympic year. Biles talk about her 2020 goals, the double double into the sea, and not remembering records. Laurie has been away from gymnastics for two years but is hoping to make the Olympic team.
4) Cheer on the Dream Team
Everyone has been going crazy for the brilliant 'Last Dance' documentary series about basketball great Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls.
If you can't get enough of your 90s nostalgia, then come on over to our free live stream of the latest game from 1992 Dream Team's epic battle for Olympic gold.
Full details of when all the games are being streamed are here.
Tonight is USA going up against Germany and it starts at 6pm EST.
5) Work out with steeplechaser and former model Colleen Quigley
US runner Colleen Quigley gave up a promising modelling career to become an Olympian.
Colleen brought her smiles, enthusiasm, and creativity to the Olympic Channel on Instagram for a live workout.
Plus, we clipped up the whole thing and stuck it on Facebook so you can watch it and join along anytime.
We'll have another live workout on Monday with British snowboarder Katie Ormerod at 3pm BST.
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