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Spectators leaving the Aquatic Centre said their high hopes for gold had been dashed after China, Mexico and the US took the top three spots, leaving Great Britain in fourth place.
Council worker Andy Jennings, 44, from Birmingham, said: "I'm absolutely gutted. It was so exciting in the first three rounds, and then, oh what a shame.
"We really thought there was going to be a gold, we had such high expectations."
But he added that watching the pair in the synchronised 10m platform final had been an "amazing" experience and said, "we still love them both."
Website manager Barry Wade, 44, from Nottingham, said: "I think the guys did a really good job. They work really hard and they gave it their best shot.
"They were doing so well at first but then there were a couple of errors where they slipped up.
"At the end of the day we came here to see a couple of guys give it their all and that's what we've seen so I'm still happy."
Tom Daley has said that he and team mate Peter Waterfield missed out on a medal due to 'one bad dive.' Speaking after coming fourth in the men's 10m synchronised diving finals Tom said:
"It started off really well, we got a personnel best on our first two required dives and then on our third dive was really good. It was just our fourth dive and if you miss one dive in a field like that you're gone.
"We did pretty well to stay with them and come in fourth place after a missing a dive that badly. It's the way the sport goes sometimes it goes in your favour, sometimes it goes against you, it is annoying - but then, what can you do?"
Peter Waterfield has said that it was 'not our day' after coming fourth in the men's 10m synchronised diving with Tom Daley
Tom Daley has said it was 'agonising' to come in fourth and leave the men's 10m synchronised final without a medal:
The last dive in the men's 10m synchronised diving from Peter Waterfield and Tom Daley has seen the pair miss out on a medal. coming fourth with a final dive score of 91.80 and a total score of 454.65.
On their fifth dive in the men's 10m synchronised dive final Peter Waterfield and Tom Daley have scored 87.69 to leave them in fourth place with one dive remaining.
In the fourth dive of six in the men's 10m synchronised diving final Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield have scored a disappointing 71.28.
The third dive in the men's 10m synchronised competition has seen Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield stay in first place with three dives left.
The second dive from Tom Daley and partner David Waterfield in the 10m synchronised competition, reverse dive with pike, has achieved 9.0 and 9.5 to bring them top of the competition, there are six dives in the men's competition.
Tom Daley and Peter Waterman have completed their first dive in the 10m synchronised finals achieving 9.0 and 9.5 bringing them to joint first with China.
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