Daley has finished his last day of school today on the same day he's had to pull out of next week's European diving championships.
Three postboxes are being put up at Plymouth Argyle in honour of the city's Olympians and Paralympians. They won't take stamped mail though
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.
Olympic diver Tom Daley is having his day at school today. The bronze medallist will be sitting his last A-level exam at the Plymouth College later. After he leaves, he's expected to persue a career in television after appearing on this year's ITV diving show Splash.
Plymouth College also had three other pupils who competed in the London 2012 Olympics.
Olympic medallist Tom Daley has been forced to pull out of a Grand Prix diving event in Florida because of an elbow injury.
The blow comes as the 18-year-old, who's from Plymouth, prepares to take part in two World Series events in Mexico next week. He'll be assessed before they begin.
Tom Daley will return to competitive diving in England for the first time since his Olympic bronze medal today.
He's competing in the British Gas Diving Championships, which are taking place at the Plymouth Life Centre. He'll dive in the mens 10m prelim at 11am, with the finals later.
You can watch the event live here.
Plymouth's Tom Daley will be among the top divers competing at the British Diving Championships in the city later.
It's the first major test of the Life Centre since it opened in March last year.
There's a lot of local talent hoping for success - twelve of the 86 entries are local. And we will be coming live from the start of the Diving Championships this evening.
Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley is said to want to return for a second series of diving show Splash! which reaches its finale tonight.
The Plymouth diver has mentored 15 celebrities over the course of the ITV series, with three contestants - veteran ski jumper Eddie "The Eagle" Edwards, interior designer Linda Barker and Benidorm actor Jake Canuso - left to dive for glory.
After an initial mixed response from viewers, Daley insisted the show's impressive ratings have proved the critics wrong.
Like his idol and mentor Tom Daley, Oscar Piper has his eyes fixed on one day winning Olympic gold.
The six year old, from Torpoint in Cornwall, is rapidly becoming something of an internet sensation after Daley unveiled him as his new protégé.
The 18-year-old Olympic medallist posted footage of Oscar making a courageous jump from the 10 metre board after the youngster was 'devastated' to learn he wasn't old enough to appear on 'Splash!', Daley's prime time show on ITV.
You can watch the video here: