Olympic gymnast Louis Smith: 'My autobiography is first book I've read'

Smith: 'Autobiography is first book I've read'
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Olympic gymnast Louis Smith reveals that first book that he read "properly" was his own autobiography.

Olympic gymnast Louis Smith has revealed that his own autobiography is the first book that he has "properly" read.

The 24-year-old, who won a bronze and a silver medal at the London 2012 Games, has claimed that he spent the majority of his childhood playing PlayStation as opposed to reading due to having ADHD.

When asked to name his favourite book, the Daily Star quotes Smith as saying: "It would have to be my book, as it's the first book I've read properly."

Following last summer's Games, Smith won the BBC One reality show Strictly Come Dancing.

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