Jessica Ennis-Hill and Tom Daley unveil new Team GB kit for Rio Olympics designed by Stella McCartney
- Team GB have unveiled their new kit for they Olympic Games in Rio drawn-up by top designer Stella McCartney
- Olympic and world champion in heptathlon Jessica Ennis-Hill and Tom Daley modelled outfits made by Adidas
- Daley, who appeared in just a tiny pair of swimming trunks, said: 'It's 100 days to go... it will come round in no time'
Team Great Britain's kit which will be worn by athletes at this summer's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Rio has been unveiled by Adidas.
The attire, drawn-up by world-famous fashion designer Stella McCartney, was revealed at a launch on Wednesday - modeled by some of Team GB's top athletes.
Olympic gold medal winning athlete Jessica Ennis-Hill and diving sensation Tom Daley donned the outfits which depict a lion atop a podium holding up the Olympic torch.
The designs, which come in blue and white, and red and white varieties were shown in their full variety at the launch, with tighter, skimpier outfits for track athletes and diver Daley, alongside the Rugby sevens kit.
While designer McCartney was wrapped up on stage in a large red coat, Daley, who stood next to her in the skimpy new trunks must have surely been feeling the cold.
Other athletes at the launch included double Olympic gold medalist in track cycling Laura Trott who modeled the sleek new dark blue and white unitard.
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Speaking at the launch, Daley, who picked up a Bronze medal in London four years ago, said: 'It's 100 days to go, you think you have got ages but it will come round in no time at all'.
Adidas and Stella McCartney first collaborated in 2005 and McCartney also designed the attire for the Team GB athletes at the 2012 Olympics in London.
Unlike South Korea, the Team GB kit is not being specifically treated with anti-mosquito stiff but some have got long arms and legs as concerns about Zika virus continue.
Bronze-medal-winning triathlete Jonathan Brownlee posted a picture of himself and his gold-medal-winning brother Alistair wearing the kit on Twitter, writing: 'Love the @adidasUK 2016 Olympic kit. The new design looks great. Think it looks better on me though.'
Ennis-Hill made her comeback to the heptathlon in style last year when she returned from giving birth to her first child to claim gold in the World Championships.
But speaking ahead of the defence of her Olympic crown from London four years ago, she admitted she had struggled with injures.
'I'm preparing to go into an Olympics in a completely different way to last time,' Ennis-Hill told a 'Thank You Mum' afternoon tea event, organised by Olympic sponsor P&G with her mother Alison alongside.
'I'm having injury struggles and things are up and down but I'm in an amazing place now. I'm really happy, I'm content with life and enjoying athletics and enjoying my personal life.'