Tom Daley's coaches and teaching staff say they are "buzzing with excitement" in the hope that the Olympic diver will follow in his class-mate's footsteps and return to his home city with a gold.
The 18-year-old diving sensation is fancied to be in with a shout of a medal when he competes in the men's 10m diving platform, with crowds expected to turn out in force to watch Daley's efforts on a big screen in Plymouth city centre.
Jon Rudd, director of swimming at Plymouth College, said: "Knowing Tom and his coaching team, and the preparation they have put in, there is no-one better to win a gold."
Daley made his Olympic bow in Beijing four years ago, as a 14-year-old diving prodigy, and success since then has seen national confidence in Daley blossom.
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ITV News has been given rare access to one of China's state sports schools that is training would-be diving stars from as young as four.
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