Sporting selfies – It's official, selfie is the global word of 2013 according to the Oxford Dictionaries. The global craze for taking photos of yourself at every available opportunity continues unabated, and sports stars are no exception. So is this the ultimate sporting selfie? Champion skier Lindsey Vonn uploaded this snap of herself with boyfriend Tiger Woods -- the world's No. 1 golfer -- at October's Presidents Cup.
Sporting selfies – Vonn isn't shy when it comes to a selfie. The U.S. Winter Olympic gold medalist took this picture of herself doing what she does best -- taking to the slopes.
Sporting selfies – Not to be outdone by his golf and skiing counterparts, six-time grand slam winning tennis star Novak Djokovic uploaded this picture of him and his fiancee Jelena Ristic to his Instagram account.
Sporting selfies – When it comes to selfies the Brazilian football team take some beating. This photo of Brazil and Barcelona forward Neymar (far right), accompanied by (left to right) Thiago Silva, Dani Alves and Robinho, was taken when the Brazil squad were in Miami.
Sporting selfies – David Luiz is another member of the Brazil team who can't resist a selfie. The Chelsea defender even took a snap from his hospital bed after undergoing surgery on a broken nose in July.
Sporting selfies – Mario Balotelli is a footballer who has developed a huge following on social media for his on-field skill and off-field antics. The AC Milan striker's Instagram account features photos of him with his pet pig, named "super pig" as well as this surprisingly serene self portrait.
Sporting selfies – Lolo Jones is the darling of social media, with the former U.S. Olympic sprinter never afraid to strike a pose on Twitter or Instagram. This photo, displayed on her Instagram account, shows Jones in training with the U.S. bodsled team ahead of the Sochi 2014 Winter Games.
Sporting selfies – Here is a more traditional selfie from Sabine Lisicki. The German tennis ace snapped this on her way to the London 2012 Olympic Games.