Olympic diver Tom Daley cooked up a sweet surprise for his new husband Dustin Lance Black at their wedding in Devon earlier this month.Read the full story ›
Tom Daley and his American partner Dustin Lance Black have shared photos of their wedding in DevonRead the full story ›
Olympic diver Tom Daley has married Dustin Lance Black at a ceremony in Devon.Read the full story ›
The Olympic diver has posted a picture from his hospital bed 48 hours before he is due to walk down the aisle.Read the full story ›
Plymouth's international diving coach Andy Banks is leaving the city to become part of Australia's coaching team. It means that Andy, who brought through the home grown talents of Tom Daley, Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow amongst many thousands of other young divers, will be leaving British Diving. He spoke to our reporter Jacquie Bird.
The diving duo picked up bronze at this year's FINA World Diving Series happening in Kazan, Russia.
Tom Daley and partner Daniel Goodfellow were just beaten by Germany's Sascha Klein and Patrick Hausding in the men synchronised 10m.
Tom will go on to compete in the 10m individual event on Sunday.
Tom Daley has told ITV West Country he's already working hard for the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo.
The diver who won bronze in the Olympics in Rio was back in Plymouth to sign copies of his new book - Tom's Daily Plan - which is full of healthy recipes and exercise tips.
But he says there's no need to cut out those bacon sandwiches because it's all about moderation.
The Olympic diver will be visiting his hometown of Plymouth to sign copies of his new book, Tom’s Daily Plan.Read the full story ›
Plymouth diver and Olympic bronze medallist Tom Daley says lessons have been learnt as he heads home from the games in Rio.Read the full story ›
Tom Daley's bid for Olympic gold in Rio is over after he failed to qualify from the semi-finals of the 10 metres platform event.
The 22-year-old from Plymouth looked well placed to improve on his London 2012 bronze after placing first in Friday's preliminary round.
But he endured a poor first three rounds of the semi-final at Maria Lenk Aquatics Centre and his inability to recover in the remaining three meant he suffered the ignominy of finishing last of the 18 competitors, with the top 12 making it through.
Before the games Daley had boldly claimed he would be satisfied with nothing less than gold from his individual event.