In 2008 Tom Daley became Britain’s youngest ever European gold medallist just shortly before his Olympic debut in Beijing – where he became Great Britain’s second youngest male Olympian, aged just 14.
The Devon diver has since won a combined total of ten World, Commonwealth and European Championship gold medals as he quickly established himself as one of the finest in the world.
He also has two Olympic medals to his name having won bronze in the 10m platform at London 2012 before adding another in the 10m synchro alongside Dan Goodfellow at the Rio 2016 Olympics.
Daley teamed up with Goodfellow once again to win gold in the same event at the Commonwealth Games in 2018, before taking a break from competing for the rest of the year.
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