Tom Daley has dedicated his Olympic bronze to his father. The 18 year old from Plymouth won the medal in last night's 10m platform diving.
Tom Daley's teachers and fellow students wish him luck ahead of the Mens 10m Platform at the Aquatics centre this evening.
The 23-year-old will still dive in the 10m synchro pairs
Plans are underway in Plymouth for a huge party to celebrate Tom Daley's diving success at the weekend.
The 18 year old won bronze in the 10m platform final on Saturday night. Back home his supporters watched him dive to success. A party is now being arranged for all the city's athletes.
The 18 year old from Plymouth delighted his fans when he surged to third place in the final of the men's 10m platform. More than 1,000 people crammed on to the plaza in Plymouth. The City Council Leader Tudor Evans says there will be a 'huge party' welcoming all the city's athletes.
Tom Daley has won a Bronze medal in tonight's(Sat) 10m platform final. To celebrate, the 18 year old from Plymouth jumped back into the pool at the Olympic Park.
Tom Daley from Plymouth has qualified fourth for the 10m platform final. The event will take place this evening.
Plymouth diver Tom Daley is competing in the 10m individual platform contest later this evening. The diving will kick off at the Aquatics Centre at 7pm.
Competing in the individual prelims tonight at 7pm :) aaaaaaahhhh!!!!From @TomDaley1994 on Twitter:
Individual prelim tomorrow!!!From @TomDaley1994 on Twitter:
Plymouth diver Tom Daley is building up for his next appearance at London 2012. The 18 year old will compete in the Men's 10m Platform which gets underway tomorrow evening.
A medal in the event will be a tough ask for the current world champion who will face stiff competition from China.
The preliminary round begins at 1900 tomorrow, before the semi-final on Saturday morning with the final taking place on Saturday evening.