Olympic champion Rebecca Adlington says she has no intention of competing in the Rio 2016 Games.
The 23-year-old swimmer from Mansfield, who added bronze medals in the 800m and 400m freestyle in London to the golds she won in Beijing in 2008, says her sights are now set on helping rising stars.
Rebecca says she has charity work planned but is not sure what she wants to do in the future.
Hundreds turned out to welcome her and Paralympians Sam and Oliver Hynd and Charlotte Henshaw as they returned to their home town of Mansfield earlier this month, celebrating their success at London 2012.
Rebecca may not be competing in Rio but she says she is looking forward to the Games.