The 23-year-old will still dive in the 10m synchro pairs
An appeal against Plymouth diver Tonia Couch's omission from the individual 10m platform event at the Olympics is to be heard today.
An appeal has been submitted to British Swimming asking them to re-consider the selection of Plymouth diver Tonia Couch.
They won gold in the same event in 2012, but this year lost out to Russia despite leading in the first two rounds.
Tom Daley has backed his Team GB teammates to succeed in the 10m platform syncro this afternoon. Tom and his partner Pete Waterfield missed out on a medal yesterday when they finished fourth in the men's synchronised 10 metre platform diving event at the Olympics.
Later today it's the turn of the women, Sarah Barrow and Tonia Couch.
Todays the day :) x
On the dive board, the Westcountry's Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow will compete in the Synchronised 10 metre platform later. Tonia trains alongside fellow Plymothian Tom Daley.
The coach of Plymouth diver Tonia Couch has given his thoughts following a failed appeal to be included in the individual ten metre diving event, even though she has already been selected for the synchronised event.
Head coach of Plymouth diving Andy Banks, says her performances have been better than anyone else's:
Tonia Couch has lost her appeal against the decision not to pick her for the 10m individual diving at London 2012.
The 23-year-old will still dive in the 10m synchro pairs with Sarah Barrow, but Monique Gladding will join Stacie Powell in the individual event.
Coach Andy Banks says it is unlikely there will be a further appeal.