Louis Smith from Peterborough will be aiming to make Olympic history this afternoon. He will attempt to win Great Britain's first ever gymnastics Olympic gold when he competes in the pommel horse final.
Ignoring Twitter is probably the best policy when you are trying to win an Olympic medal, gymnast Louis Smith from Peterborough advised today.
Smith, who stopped tweeting before his qualification competition, said: "There are just tweets that you do not want to see.
"It is just that one message. You can get a hundred nice ones but there is that one message that you do not want to see - so that is why I took the decision to stop tweeting (before my competition).
"It is not worth the risk - just concentrate on what you need to do and that is to perform at the Olympic Games and not to engage with everyone else."
Gymnast Louis Smith from Peterborough, who won bronze in the the Men's Team event last night, describes the moment they almost took silver and the wait while the scores were re-examined after the Japanese team appealed their result.
Right then so proud of my team we've done what we set out to do and whatever happens now happens! Let's juice it up boys!!!
Completely overwhelmed by this experience it's just crazy!!! All the support we've got has been incredible!!! #teamGB
Most incredible experience of my life thanks to the whole British public you guys are amazing!!! Oh my days I'm an Olympic medalist!!!
Sam Oldham, who's 19 and from Keyworth in Nottinghamshire, celebrated his historic bronze medal win in the gymnastics and thanked his fans on twitter last night.
It's the first time in more than a century Team GB have won a team medal in Gymnastics.
Sam along with his team mates Louis Smith from Peterborough, Kristian Thomas from Wolverhampton, Max Whitlock, and Daniel Purvis, narrowly missed out on a silver medal after a judging error put them ahead of the Japanese before they appealed the final score.
Louis Smith has been given the all-clear to compete in this weekend's World Cup Series event in China despite suffering a fractured finger.
The British gymnast is set to travel on Wednesday to Zibo, where he will face pommel horse world champion Krisztian Berki at the competition which takes place this weekend.
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