Team GB added to the colorful display at the Olympics closing ceremony by wearing flashing trainers.
The athletes stood out from the crowd in the shoes with LED lights which flashed red, white and blue as they walked through the Maracana in Rio.
At one point they all took them off and held them in the air as they danced.
Team GB added to the colorful display at the Olympics closing ceremony by wearing Neon Sneakers
The athletes stood out from the crowd in the shoes with LED lights which flashed red, white and blue as they walked through the Maracana in Rio
Rowing double gold medallist Helen Glover tweeted a picture wearing the flashing trainers saying: ‘The shoes are about to enter the arena... #ClosingCeremony’
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To the beat of samba drums, four-time Olympian Kate Richardson-Walsh beamed proudly as, watched by an estimated TV audience of one billion, she carried the Union Jack into the giant Maracana stadium.
The 36-year-old was a hugely popular choice as flagbearer after the brilliant penalty shoot-out victory over Holland captivated and enthralled all those watching in Britain on Friday.
To the beat of samba drums, four-time Olympian Kate Richardson-Walsh beamed proudly
For 16 years Kate has been on this journey with Team GB and has embodied the values and spirit of our Olympians throughout her career both as a captain and an athlete
The Maracana filled with colourful floats and dancers, many of them scantily clad, from the carnival and samba schools across the city, including one from a favela
Great Britain smashed their target of 48 medals to make Rio 2016 the country's best ever 'away' Games, and ended up with 67 medals - two more than London's remarkable haul.
The success of athletes including Mo Farah, Nicola Adams, Jason Kenny and Laura Trott spurred the nation on and boxer Joe Joyce can make it 28 golds by winning the men's super heavyweight final.
As the closing ceremony drew closer, Team GB had collected 27 gold, 22 silver and 17 bronze medals.
China picked up more medals than Britain with 70 but with 27 of them gold and only one more athlete left to compete, the nation cannot overtake Team GB.