Rebecca Adlington to become sports pundit
Rebecca Adlington is hoping to carve out a career in television presenting.
Rebecca Adlington wants to become a sports pundit.
The former Olympic swimmer - who retired from the sport three years ago - has just jetted out to Brazil to commentate on the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio on behalf of the BBC and now wants to become a full-time sports presenter.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, she said: "I am doing the punditry out in Rio so I get to go do the BBC coverage which is great. I am doing much more type of sport TV coverage in that sense and that is the route I would definitely like to go down and I'm the most passionate about."
Meanwhile, Rebecca has left her 13-month-old daughter Summer in the capable hands of her estranged husband Harry Needs, whom she split from in March, while she's away.
The 27-year-old beauty said recently: "She's going on holiday with Harry and his family. We have a great relationship. Our two families are a great support. It's all about balance. I am very lucky that I can still do something I love and still spend time with Summer."
Rebecca is encouraging children to "just keep moving" this summer, as she launches nationwide interactive family swim sessions and a brand new 10 Minute Shake Up campaign - all inspired by the new Disney Pixar blockbuster, 'Finding Dory'.
Search Change4Life online for Disney and Finding Dory inspired 10 Minute Shake Ups and don't forget to book your swim session today at www.disney.co.uk/justkeepmoving