Smith open-mind on Rio
Team GB gymnast not ruling out next Olympics
Silver medallist Louis Smith is not ruling out representing Team GB in Rio de Janeiro in four years' time at the next Olympics.
The 23-year-old claimed silver and bronze in London 2012 in addition to the bronze medal he won in Beijing in 2008.
The Peterborough gymnast knows it will be hard to shine once again in Rio, but is not closing the door on appearing in Brazil.
"I watched the competition back and saw my routines and I thought it looked very nice and was worth a gold medal."
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"Rio? Maybe. Four more years of hard work. The last four years since Beijing have been okay," he told Sky Sports.
"The next four years is going to be hard trying to stay at the top. I'll be 27. We'll see what happens."
Smith came within a whisker of winning gold only to miss out to Hungary's Krisztian Berki, who achieved a higher execution score.
While Smith felt his performance was worthy of the top prize, he has no complaints about his accomplishments this summer.
"I'm happy with what I've got. I'm happy for Krisztian, who won gold," he continued.
"I watched the competition back and saw my routines and I thought it looked very nice and was worth a gold medal.
"It's hard to complain when you've got two medals, three Olympic medals in total. I'm a happy bunny."