A CLOTHING specialist has scooped an impressive hat-trick after securing a deal to supply Team GB at the Tokyo Olympics.

Retailer Simon Jersey, which splits its operations between Altham and Stockport, has provided suits and kit for athletes attending the London and Rio games previously.

And now the likes of Adam Peaty, Dina Asher-Smith and Tom Daley will sport their formal wear designs for the XXXII Olympiad, which will take place from July 24 to August 9.

Selina Spence, the company's product head, said: "This is the third time we have worked with Team GB on suiting and with our online growth and ability to provide a bespoke Suit for all Athletes.

"We felt our partnership was important to continue through to Tokyo 2020.

"We have worked closely with Team GB to ensure the suits are perfect for all athletes and coaches.

"This has involved us sending our teams out to sizing sessions with Tokyo 2020 hopefuls and developing blouses and shirting that complement the suit."

The Altham Industrial Estate company, which supplies corporate uniforms and workwear for a range of disciplines, has also worked with competitors at the Winter Olympics and created leisurewear ranges for closing ceremonies.

And it has benefitted from high-profile visits, in recent years, from then-Prime Minister Theresa May and her successor Boris Johnson, during the EU Referendum campaign, in 2016.

Tim Ellerton, the British Olympic Association's commercial director, added, “We are proud to be partnering with Simon Jersey for a third consecutive Games.

"They have delivered quality suits for the athletes that have been worn with pride and we are already excited to see the suits for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games."

An extension from their previous role will also see the firm working closely with Team GB staff on producing video content at the New National Stadium and other venues.