Tributes were paid to Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes at sports fixtures around the world on Saturday.
Hughes died aged 25 on Thursday, two days after being struck on the neck during a domestic match in Australia.
England and Australia rugby union players wore black armbands and held a minute's applause at Twickenham.
England and Sri Lanka cricketers held a silence and Australian footballer Mile Jedinak took a bat onto the pitch before Crystal Palace faced Swansea.
Countryman Adam Federici placed a bat in his goal during Reading's Championship match against Norwich.
Elsewhere, a minute's silence was observed at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff before Wales faced South Africa in a rugby union international.
Arsenal and Manchester United were among a number of Premier League football teams to add tributes using #putyourbatsout on social media.
And football teams in Australia's A-League paid tribute to Hughes before and during their games. Fans applauded in the 63rd minute of matches to mark Hughes's score when he was struck.
Hughes's funeral will be on Wednesday, and Australia's first Test against India will not start the following day as it had been scheduled to do.