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Team GB's Olympic kit launched
22 March 2012
Last updated at 12:52 GMT
The kit that Team GB will be wearing at the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics has been unveiled.
The kit that Team GB will be wearing at the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics has been unveiled. Here's what tennis star Andy Murray will have on.
The blue kit, with red shoes, is inspired by the colours of the Union Jack. It was created by famous British designer Stella McCartney working together with Adidas and members of Team GB.
Stella McCartney said the kit was designed to bring the team under one look and feel, with athletes in all 26 Olympic and 20 Paralympic sports wearing the same kit.
She designed the athletes' clothing for when they're competing as well as clothes for when they are training, receiving medals and relaxing. Here's Everton's Jack Rodwell in the football strip.
The kit was unveiled at a special ceremony at the Tower of London, with some of the athletes modelling the clothes. This is basketball player Drew Sullivan.
Olympic gold medal-winning cyclist Sir Chris Hoy, who worked with the designers on the kit, said he was delighted with it and thought other countries would be envious of their look.