With her stunning figure and killer pins, Sharron Davies looked as if she had just stepped off the catwalk herself at the British Fashion Awards last night. The former Olympic swimmer stole the show in classic LBD, complete with a plunging neckline. The year-old managed to carry off an ultra stylish look in a Herve Leger cocktail dress, while still keeping warm in freezing temperatures with black tights and a sheepskin coat. Davies turned out with a flock of stars to the glitzy event, which was held at the Royal Horticultural Hall in London. Davies, who celebrated her birthday earlier this month, has always been good at attracting attention. During the Athens Olympics the star created a stir wearing a series of revealing outfits poolside as she chatted to the competitors.
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By Zoie O'brien For Mailonline. Olympic swimming star Sharron Davies has dived back into the dating pool as she looks for love on mobile dating app Tinder. The former Team GB swimmer and now BBC pundit has signed up for the dating app in a bid to find love again — but her profile reveals she may be hoping to attract a younger man. Sharron lists herself as years-old and says she is looking for someone to go on adventures with her on Tinder. Sporty Sharron has been married three times but has been unlucky in love. Now she is hoping to meet the right man online. Sharron Davies won silver at the Olympics and has been married three times - but she is looking for love again. Ms Davies, 56, has listed herself as 45, according to The Sun , on her profile which features images of her around the world. Sharron is searching for love on Tinder.
She won a silver medal in the metre individual medley at the Olympics in Moscow, and two gold medals at the Commonwealth Games in Edmonton. Since retiring from the sport, she has worked as a television presenter and served as a patron of charities for disabled children and fitness. She was also a contestant on Dancing on Ice She has twin brothers. Her father Terry, then initially worked with Ray coaching her in swimming. She learned to swim at the age of six and was training seriously two years later. In her biography Against the Tide published in Sharron records that 'being accepted into Ray's Port of Plymouth squad was one of the many watershed points of my career' she goes on to describe how 'he corrected all her bad habits and developed me into a four-stroke swimmer.
I just happened upon your blog I'm a doctor's wife as well - rural family medicine and I just wanted to agree with you that "have no expectations" is awesome advice. I wish there was a mother's support network for us all to join and meet up. Thanks for adding your experiences. Its was written in shorthand so its hard to read. As your future self, I say this with the utmost respect and admiration: Two peas in a pod. I think more than anything, the thing that gets me is this feeling of being marginalized in his life. But the lies sting some people. They believe that the body is a temple that needs to be worshiped, and that inner beauty is more important. I can honestly say I wish he stayed were he was it has been a long road.