Dani King, Laura Trott, Beth Tweddle, Gemma Gibbons and Nicola Adams recreated a famous early Spice Girl pose to celebrate the group, who reunited for the Closing Ceremony.
The athletes also shared their memories of the girl group and their favourite Olympic celebrity moments with Heat magazine.
Laura Trott, 20, Cycling (Baby Spice)
"I was a crazy Spice Girls fan! I saw them when I was 8 or 9, and I watched their reunion at the O2. Baby Spice was my favourite! I used to be jealous of my sister, because her name's Emma. I was like, 'Why did Mum and Dad give you the cool name?'"
Beth Tweddle, 27, Gymnastics (Sporty Spice)
"I got to meet Kate Middleton and Prince William. I was sitting next to her throughout the gymnastics final and she was asking questions. She's so down to earth. I felt like I was chatting to a friend!"
Gemma Gibbons, 25, Judo (Ginger Spice)
"I watched the Spice Girls at the Closing Ceremony. Everyone was looking forward to seeing them, and it was great to be there when they got back together."
Nicola Adams, 29, Boxing (Scary Spice)
"I wasn't massively into the Spice Girls when they were big - I'm more of an R&B fan - but I saw them at the Closing Ceremony and I thought they were great."
Dani King, 21, Cycling (Posh Spice)
"Kids knock on my door asking for autographs now and I've been to a party with Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell. I miss everything about the Olympics and I can't wait until the next one!"
King and Trott won the Team Pursuit gold with Joanna Rowsell in world record time at London 2012. Trott also won a solo gold in the Omnium.
Tweddle won a bronze in the uneven bars, while Gibbons won a silver in the judo.
Adams became the first ever woman to win an Olympic gold in boxing, when she beat world number one Ren Cancan in the final of the 51kg category.
The full feature appears in this week's Heat magazine, on sale now (Tuesday).
London 2012 gallery: Team GB - every Olympic gold:
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