Tom Daley's Olympic platform synchro partner Pete Waterfield, from Hampshire, has announced his retirement from diving.
With action on the track, on the water and in the pool, Meridian's athletes will be hoping to add to Team GB's historic tally.
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Hampshire's Olympic diver Pete Waterfield has announced he's quitting the sport.
The synchronised partner of Tom Daley said: "I always said that I would continue diving for as long as my body allowed me to and I'm so grateful to have had so many amazing years in the sport, doing what I love, but the time has come to hang up my trunks,"
I would like to announce my retirement from diving, and say a massive thanks to every1 who supported me in my very successful career. Thanks
Diver Pete Waterfield has spoken of his disappointment after losing funding for his training.
The Southampton diving partner of Tom Daley spoke of how it will scupper his chances of competing in the next Commonwealth and Olympic games.
Southampton's Peter Waterfield narrowly missed out on a medal at London 2012. Peter,who has an Olympic silver, plus Commonwealth gold and silver to his name, talked to Fred and Sangeeta about his illustrious career.
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.
Twitter: "Soz everyone, we gave it a good go! Thanks for all your support - it's been amazing. Hope we do better in the individual. I'm gutted."