Gold, silver and bronze: Olympic stars Rebecca Adlington, Maria
Sharapova and Chad le Clos celebrate their medal wins with a night on
14:10 GMT, 5 August 2012
After winning medals for their
countries at the London 2012 Olympic Games, it's no wonder a group of
young Olympians were keen to go out and toast their success.
the back of her double bronze success for Team GB in the women's 400
and 800-metre freestyle events, swimmer Rebecca Adlington was finally
ready to let her hair down after four hard years of training.
23-year-old sportswoman showed off her athletic figure in a super-tight silver
bandage dress and black peep-toe platforms as she enjoyed a night out at London's Chinawhite
Proud: Swimmer Rebecca Adlington toasted her double Olympic success at London's Chinawhite nightclub, where she showed off her athletic figure in a super-tight silver bodycon dress
With her blonde hair tumbling around her shoulders, Rebecca looked happy and radiant as she basked in her Olympic glory.
star was in good company at Chinawhite, and was joined by South African
gold medallist Chad le Clos and fellow Team GB swimmer and silver medal
winner, Michael Jamieson.
still revelling in his surprise win over swimming superstar Michael
Phelps in the 200-metre butterfly event, 20-year-old Chad seemed to be
in great spirits as he stepped out with pals.
Number one: South African swimmer Chad le Clos seemed to be in great spirits as he toasted his gold medal with pals
Doing a thumbs up gesture to
the camera, the South African hunk looked dapper in a black blazer and
jeans as he left Chinawhite alongside a male pal and a pretty brunette.
Glasgow-born Michael, 23, chose to celebrate his silver medal in the
men's 200-metre breaststroke alongside his attractive girlfriend, who
dazzled in a figure-hugging scarlet dress at the 'Last Lap at
star-studded evening was part of seventeen nights of events running
from July 27 through to August 12, which are designed to provide the
world's top athletes with the perfect environment to toast their
achievements on the track and field.
It's party time: Michael Jamieson stepped out with his girlfriend off the back of his silver medal win in the men's 200-metre breaststroke
Elsewhere, Russian tennis champion Maria Sharapova toasted her silver medal in a slightly more demure fashion.
25-year-old blonde enjoyed a quiet meal at London's Zuma restaurant,
where she showcased her enviable pins in a pair of black high-waisted
With her long
legs not requiring a heel to give them a boost, the sports star opted
for flat sandals and finished off her look with a chic floral blazer and
bright orange zip detail top.
Happy: Tennis star Maria Sharapova couldn't wipe the smile off her face as she left London's Zuma restaurant last night