Tom Daley Debuts Team GB's 2016 Olympic Speedo
With just 100 days left before the 2016 Olympics kick off in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, Tom Daley has debuted what he'll be wearing to the pool if he qualifies for the games again.
The 2012 bronze medalist revealed Team GB's new Speedo alongside other Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls at an unveiling ceremony this morning.
Tom posted a photo of himself modeling the new threads next to designer Stella McCartney, writing "@stellamccartney and @adidasuk some amazing stuff! ??"
The new red, white, and blue uniforms, designed by McCartney in collaboration with Adidas, feature "a new British coat of arms created to act as a unifying symbol across the two teams and sports," the BBC reports.
A new breathable synthetic fabric used in the design is reportedly "10% lighter" than the 2012 Olympic uniform, "in order to help athletes go further and faster."
"My trunks are quite small, it's kind of how it is," Daley told reporters, adding that they felt "amazing."
The 2016 Rio Team GB hasn't been confirmed yet, but it's assumed that Daley and his new diving partner, Daniel Goodfellow, will qualify. Also expected to qualify are 2012 London Olympic alums Jack Laugher and Chris Mears, both of whom received individual bronze medals at the World Aquatics Championships in July.
A talented bunch, and not too hard on the eyes either ??
Below, check out Tom's vlog detailing his experience at today's unveiling: