Olympic bronze medalist Tom Daley is moving from his home town of Plymouth to London so that he can train in the Olympic Park's Aquatic Centre due to open next spring, according to the Daily Mail.
Daley’s decision to go to London will also benefit his media and broadcasting ambitions, with his ITV primetime celebrity diving show Splash! returning for a second series, but it will mean Daley changing his diving coach.
It's exactly 200 days since the closing ceremony of the Paralympic Games - and to mark it, the Museum of London is opening an exhibition of the objects and outfits from the defining moments of the Games.
This will be the first time that they've been on public display.
The outfits on display include the trunks worn by diver Tom Daley.
London diver Pete Waterfield will continue to partner Tom Daley up to the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow. The 31 year-old has said that he wants to continue competing at the top level. The duo came fourth in the 10 metre platform synchronised event at this year's Olympics.
Among those getting A-Level results today was the Olympic diving medallist Tom Daley. He also spent some time meeting fans at the Bluewater Shopping Centre in Kent, where he signed copies of his biography.
London diver Pete Waterfield and his partner Tom Daley have won a silver medal in the synchronised platform event at the World Series in Beijing. The duo appear to be bouncing back after injury problems hampered their performances at the start of the year.