Making the most of her free time! Olympic bronze medal winner Rebecca Adlington enjoys another night of partying
23:09 GMT, 7 August 2012
She's spent months training for the London 2012 Olympics, so now that she's done her bit it's no wonder Rebecca Adlington is enjoying having her social life back.
The 23-year-old swimmer arrived at the Spotlight on Swimming even held at London's Omega House tonight, and clearly wasn't feeling the effects from the night before.
She and her fellow female Olympic swimmers were out in force on Monday night, and Rebecca certainly led the way but tonight she looked a little more reserved.
Back on the town: Rebecca Adlington enjoys another night out tonight at the Spotlight On Swimming event presented by Omega House
As she posed with her hand on her hip, the blonde star showed off her black bra in a sheer animal-print top which she teamed with black shiny leggings and patent peep toe heels.
On Monday night she opted to show off a bit more flesh in a little red mini dress that highlighted her enviable legs and toned figure.
It might have been her sporting success that kept the smile on her face all night – but it might also have been the fact that she could finally swop her poolside flip flops for a pair of peep-toe heels, something she’s been yearning for since meeting Kate Middleton last week.
Letting her hair down: The 23-year-old partied at the Kensington Roof Gardens on Monday night
Hi there! The blonde swimmer showed off her legs in a short red dress as she partied with fellow female swimmers
When the swimmer met the princess last week, Rebecca sighed: ‘I just love her shoes. They’re much nicer than the sports gear we’re wearing this week.’
Rebecca vowed that after the games she would take time off to be ‘girlie’ again, and she's certainly stuck to her word.
However, she wasn’t the only one with her glad rags on.
Australian swimmer Alicia Coutts, 24, who won the gold medal for the women’s 4x100m freestyle, looked demure in a waist-cinching red dress and belt, Emily Seebohm showed off her shoulders in a patterned sky-blue dress and matching blue shoes, while Blair Evans opted for the classic little black dress.
Perfect pair: Rebecca also posed up with backstroke swimmer Liam Tancock at the event
U.S. swimmer Elizabeth Beisel, was a bit more low key in an electric blue lace top, mini-skirt and gold sandals… her tattoo of the Olympic rings, on her right thigh, hidden away.
Apparently members of the swim team and rowing team were spotted enjoying themselves into the early hours of the morning – and who could blame them.
Nobody in the world would argue that they deserve a good night out. They might be Olympic heroes but underneath it all they are just girls. And as we all know girls just want to have fun…
U.S. swimmer Elizabeth Beisel opted for the laid back look in a black skirt, a lace top and gold sandals