Snooker great finally signs Flintoff’s photo – Wednesday’s sporting social

Conor McGregor was in the gym.

Pa Sport Staff
Wednesday 03 November 2021 17:31
Andrew Flintoff and Steve Davis (Isabel Infantes/Richard Sellers/PA)
Andrew Flintoff and Steve Davis (Isabel Infantes/Richard Sellers/PA)

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 November 3.


Liverpool offered words of encouragement to injured midfielder Harvey Elliott.

Rio Ferdinand got excited.

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Jamie Vardy was in good spirits.

Ugo Ehiogu was remembered, on what would have been his 49th birthday.

Where’s the cue ball going?

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Freddie Flintoff got a photo signed by a snooker great after a 40-year wait.

Tymal Mills reacted to his injury.

Motor Racing

Valtteri Bottas was enjoying being back in Mexico.

Nico Rosberg continued to do his bit to tackle climate change.


Roger Black and some fellow athletics greats filmed Pointless Celebrities.


Get creative, says Lee Westwood.


Adam Peaty was talkin’ jive.

Sharron Davies talked up the benefits of exercise on #StressAwarenessDay.


AJ was coaching.

Nicola Adams felt honoured.


Conor McGregor was building.

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