England diver Jack Laugher has shared his excitement on Twitter, as he prepares to compete in this evening's 3m springboard final at the Commonwealth Games.
The 19-year-old, who won gold in the 1m springboard yesterday, was the leading qualifier in today's preliminary event with a score of 465.80.
Scotland's James Heatly was fifth, one place ahead of England's James Denny, with the third English competitor Oliver Dingley in eighth.
Really happy I was able to carry on my good form this morning. Bring on the final! http://t.co/npdvYBkksU
Former freestyle swimmer for Great Britain, Karen Pickering, tweeted her support for the diver:
.@jacklaugher is easily through to the 3m springboard final in 1st place. Looking good for tonight's final
Yesterday was a good day for England's divers, as Alicia Blagg claimed a gold alongside Rebecca Gallantree, in the 3m synchro diving at the Glasgow Games.
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