With hundreds of us gathering our ingredients and prepping our pancakes, local athlete Tom Daley has been cooking up a storm of batter in the kitchen.
He's been documenting his pancake-making day - but can you beat his staple sweet pancake of chocolate and strawberries?
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Plymouth Olympic diver Tom Daley has been sharing his top tips to get in shape and stay fit.
He's been uploading lifestyle videos YouTube and offering health and fitness advice.
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Plymouth diver Tom Daley has created a lot of interest by posting a picture on Instagram of him cooking.
The image shows the Olympic bronze medallist frying a full English breakfast in a specially segmented frying pan.
It's clocked up more than 47,000 likes with some fans wanting to get their hands on the gadget. Tom's fiance, Dustin Lance Black, has posted his own picture showing him about to tuck into the finished result.
Plymouth's Tom Daley has won a bronze medal in the 10 metre platform final at World Diving Championships in Russia.
Daley qualified third for this evening's final, high on confidence after winning gold in the mixed team event on Thursday. It's the first medal Daley has won since his, and at the time Britain's only-ever, individual diving World Championship gold medal in 2009, when he was just 15.
Since then his other major success was a bronze at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
The medal shows he is on course to compete in Rio next year.
Plymouth diver Tom Daley has scooped a gold medal in the team event at the World Aquatics Championships.
He was competing alongside fellow British diver Rebecca Gallantree in Russia.
Daley's fourth dive scored a near perfect ten with most of the judges.
It's the first time Britain have claimed two medals at a World diving championship event.
No, your eyes aren't playing tricks on you, there really is a person under there - and yes, it really is Tom Daley!
The Plymouth diving champ transformed himself into the ocean predator ahead of Shark Week at the beginning of August. The striking piece of body art took two specialists four hours to complete, and runs the full length of his body. The Olympic diver’s five-foot-nine frame was covered from head to toe in a water-based paint, with the design created by British body painting artist, Emma Fay.
I’ve always been really fascinated by sharks. They’re incredible marine animals, but not always in the news for the right reasons.
Sharks play a vital role to the health of the ocean. They keep fish populations balanced and protect habitats. Without sharks, the health of the ocean ecosystem would completely change.
Tom created a video documenting his whole day.
The athlete teamed up with SeaWorld Parks & Entertainment to create the shark along the full length of his body.
Sharks’ greatest threats come from humans. Millions of sharks are killed each year for their fins and as commercial fishing bycatch. Ocean pollution and a decrease in food supply also are threatening many species of sharks.
Olympic diving star Tom Daley is hoping his trunks will help splash the cash for a deserving charity as he puts them up for auction.
The winning prize comes complete with the Plymouth diver's signature and bidding starts at a cool £300, although auctioneers are keen to point out the trunks are unworn!
All money going to the London Lesbian & Gay Switchboard (LLGS), which provides confidential phone, e-mail and instant messaging services to support people who want to talk about sexuality and gender identity.
Other items up for auction include the original suit worn by Andrew Scott, in his role as Moriarty in the BBC drama Sherlock, and a set of signed photos of Jessie J – which are set to pick up a hefty Price Tag.
Plymouth diver Tom Daley has won his first world title for more than two years.
Daley, who won Olympic bronze at London 2012, won gold in the 10 metre platform competition at the World Series event at the same venue. His new 'firework' dive helped him beat the leading Chinese divers who have dominated the sport in recent years.
Plymouth's Olympic hero Tom Daley was back in Devon today where it all began. He was competing against the best in Britain in the National Championships and came first.
Tom was competing the British Gas Championships. At the Plymouth Life Centre. It gave him the chance to perfect some of the dives he hopes will get him to next year's Olympics in Brazil. One of them is a routine he calls the firework:
Tom's coach Jane Figueireeo has been with him now for just over. She's pleased with his progress so far:
We've got to keep things in the now.We have the world series coming up,six legs of that.So the main focus of that is to stay healthy,keep working on our new dives.
I really wanted him to come back to Plymouth,embrace everybody that's contributed so much to his success.
It's day three of the British Gas diving championships. Tom Daley is diving at 10am Men's Platform preliminary and 2pm Men's Platform final.
He is debuting a new dive he's been working on ahead of the Olympics. Daley hopes "The Firework" off the 10m board will get him the gold in Rio.
Today will be the first time he has performed the in public.
Watch his 10am dive below: