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 dedicated his Olympic bronze to his father. The 18 year old from Plymouth won the medal in last night's 10m platform diving.Read the full story ›
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.
Tom Daley's teachers and fellow students wish him luck ahead of the Mens 10m Platform at the Aquatics centre this evening.Read the full story ›
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!!!!
A former olympic yacht is on display outside the Maritime Museum in Falmouth to celebrate this year's games in London. The Bluebottle is a Dragon class yacht and was made over 60 years ago. It won a bronze medal in the 1956 Olympics in Melbourne.
The museum has restored the wooden-built yacht and has decorated it with banners wishing good luck to Team GB. It will be on display outside the Maritime Museum during the Olympics and Paralympics.
The Olympic Torch arrives back in the region this afternoon. It's due at Ludgershall in Wiltshire just before five o'clock.
The flame will pass through Tidworth and Amesbury before reaching Hudson's Field in Salisbury for an evening celebration.