BRITAIN’S London 2012 poster boy has planned a holiday in Marbella following an impressive performance at the Olympics.
Louis Smith, 23, won silver in the individual pommel horse and a historic bronze as captain of the artistic gymnastics team – the first podium medal for a British gymnastics team in 100 years.
Now he is heading to Marbella for a well-earned break.
“We’re going to Marbella – the whole team and some of my mates – to sightsee and unwind,” the Olympian said.
“I’m not the kind of guy to go out and abuse the fame – but we’ll let our hair down, have a good party in Marbella then come back and go from there.”
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