Gay campaigners say Tom Daley's announcement that he's in a gay relationship is 'inspirational'
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
Plymouth's Tom Daley has become an international ambassador for the Commonwealth Games, which will be held in Glasgow next year. Tom is the reigning Commonwealth syncro and ten metre platform diving champion after winning two gold medals in Delhi.
Plymouth diver Tom Daley has spoken of his hopes to take part in five Olympic games. The Olympic gold medalist was speaking in Glasgow following his appointment as ambassador to next year's Commonwealth Games in Scotland.
The reigning Commonwealth champion, Daley is currently on a two-month rest from diving. He talks about his break from the sport and about recovering from an arm injury.
– Tom Daley.
I'm really looking forward to seeing Glasgow and be a part of the countdown to the Commonwealth Games. I want everyone to get behind the Games and all the athletes.
It will be fun but tough.
In April I experienced the enthusiasm of Scottish crowds when I won gold at the Royal Commonwealth Pool in Edinburgh, which is the same pool for the Commonwealth Games.
I can't wait to be back there next year and go for gold again."
Plymouth diver Tom Daley has been named as the latest ambassador for the next year's Commonwealth Games.
The Olympic bronze medallist joins sport stars including Sir Chris Hoy, Jessica Ennis-Hill and Rebecca Adlington in promoting the Glasgow Games which begin in July.
Tom attended Plymouth College and officially picked up his results on Thursday.
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Got my A Level results!! Now officially have an A* in photography, A in Spanish and A in maths :) so happy!!!!
Plymouth's Olympic diver Tom Daley is celebrating top A level results today, two months after leaving Plymouth College.
Olympic diving star Tom Daley is to swap back-flips for a backpack as he heads around the world for a new TV series. Plymouth's bronze medallist will stop off at tourist destinations with his friend Sophie Lee for the adventure series for ITV2.
During the series he will visit countries such as Thailand, Japan, Australia, Morocco and New Zealand during six weeks of travelling.
Tom Daley has come sixth in the World Championships Individual 10m final in Barcelona this afternoon. The 19 year-old Olympic bronze medallist suffered an upper arm injury in May.
Plymouth's Tom Daley, Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow are fine-tuning their dives ahead of the World Championships in Barcelona next week.
They, and the rest of the British squad, are at a warm-weather training camp in Majorca, acclimatising to the outdoor conditions they'll be competing in.