Reading's Chris Mears and his partner Jack Laugher have won Great Britain's first Olympic diving gold medal at the Games in Rio.
The pair secured victory in the men's synchronised 3m springboard.
They scored a total of 454.32.
Olympic diver Stacie Powell spoke to Meridian about her performance at the London Olympics and how she hopes to inspire the next generation.
Southampton's Pete Waterfield has admitted to Meridian that after competing in the London Olympic Games normal life seems quite strange. The diving partner of bronze medallist Tom Daley is enjoying his short break before he resumes training again.
Three of Britain's Olympic divers have meeting fans and encouraging children to take up the sport.
Pete Waterfield from Southampton, Chris Mears from Reading and Stacie Powell all competed in the London 2012 games. All three train in Southampton and are keen to pass on their experience.
A diver from Berkshire has qualified to take part in Tuesday's mens' three metre springboard semi-final.
Chris Mears from Burghfield near Reading, finished in 18th place on Monday night with a score of 436.05. He is a member of the Southampton Diving Academy.
The Mears family are preparing to celebrate again as their 19 year old son Chris prepares to compete at the Aquatic Centre.
The whole family were out in force to celebrate the Reading diver's fifth place in the synchronised diving on Wednesday.
But they hope he can win a medal in the individual event which starts tomorrow.
Berkshire diver Chris Mears makes his Olympic debut this afternoon. The 19 year old from Reading will compete in the Men's Synchronised 3m Springboard event.
His parents Katy and Paul say it's going to be "the best day ever".