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Australian Olympic swimmer Emma McKeon shows off her incredible figure in a string bikini

She’s red hot! Australian Olympic gold medallist Emma McKeon shows off her incredible figure in a string bikini while holidaying in Italy


She took home the gold at the Tokyo Olympics back in July.

But on Friday, Australian Olympic swimmer Emma McKeon enjoyed some downtime away from the pool while visiting a beach in Naples, Italy

In photos posted on her Instagram account, the four-time gold medal winner showed off her incredible figure in a red string bikini.

She’s red hot! Australian Olympic gold medallist Emma McKeon shows off her incredible figure in a string bikini while holidaying in Italy on Thursday  

‘Taking a break in Napoli,’ she captioned the post. 

In one photo, the 27-year-old was captured taking in the sun’s rays while walking along the the rocky shore.

A second photo showed her beaming alongside teammate Minna Atherton, 21.

In between leisurely swims, the girls both proudly display their toned pins. 

In July, Emma cemented herself as swimming’s sprint queen after claiming gold in the women’s 100m freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics ahead of her great friend Cate Campbell.

Legs for days! Emma was joined by her teammate Minna Atherton, 21

Legs for days! Emma was joined by her teammate Minna Atherton, 21

Golden girl! In July, Emma cemented herself as swimming's sprint queen after claiming gold in the women's 100m freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics ahead of her great friend Cate Campbell

Golden girl! In July, Emma cemented herself as swimming’s sprint queen after claiming gold in the women’s 100m freestyle at the Tokyo Olympics ahead of her great friend Cate Campbell 

She then bounced back from the disappointment of the women’s 4x200m relay and fought off teammate Campbell and Hong Kong’s rising star Siobhan Haughey to win her second gold medal of the Games.

At the time, Emma led from start to finish in the race, breaking another Olympic record after setting the competition’s fastest ever time earlier during her heat. 

Campbell told the gold medallist at the time: ‘I’m so proud of you’ as the pair embraced in the pool immediately after her win.

‘I can’t believe it, it doesn’t feel real. I can feel my emotions bubbling up now,’ Emma said following the race.

‘It’s been a rollercoaster this week, my emotions are all over the place and I know my family are back home watching. I felt them with me during the race and they’re part of it all.’ 

At Tokyo, Emma became the most decorated Australian athlete with seven swimming medals to her name – an impressive four of them were gold.

Record holder:  At Tokyo, Emma became the most decorated Australian athlete with seven swimming medals to her name - an impressive four of them were gold

Record holder:  At Tokyo, Emma became the most decorated Australian athlete with seven swimming medals to her name – an impressive four of them were gold 

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