Tasmania's elite athletes have been taking to social media to detail their long-awaited returns to normal training routines.
From Mount Wellington to Mont Blanc, the state's top cyclists have been relishing the chance to finally ditch the home trainers while athletes from other sports have been sharing some unexpected complications of training in isolation at home.
Having jumped on the Spirit of Tasmania when Rowing Australia closed down its National Training Centres, Tamar's Ciona Wilson has been keeping fit at home in Launceston.
The 27-year-old shared a video of attempting to lift weights while her dog Lucy appeared to be suggesting a walk would be a better idea.
Milly Clark, 31, who narrowly escaped the coronavirus hotspot of New York, posted a picture of training on a foggy St Leonards athletics track with the words: "The cool thing about running is that you can do it; rain, hail, shine, thunder OR insane fog."
Meanwhile, fellow long distance specialist Stewart McSweyn, 24, has taken to Caulfield Racecourse to hone his Tokyo preparations.
Instagram has been the medium of choice for most, with Tasmania's glut of elite cyclists sharing images from across the world.
Former junior track world champion Lauren Perry has been cross-training in the Launceston mud with national mountain bike champion Izzy Flint while Nathan Earle and Scott Bowden have relished the chance to get back on the roads around Hobart.
Amy Cure and Georgia Baker have also been hitting mountain bike trails in Adelaide, while Will Clarke, Cameron Wurf and Richie Porte have been testing their legs in the Pyrenees and Alps.
"Finally some light at the end of the tunnel," posted Porte, 35, alongside a mountainous image in southern France. "Enjoying being off the couch and back on the road."