Tom Daley, fifth Olympic Games and British diving record

Tom Daley, fifth Olympic Games and British diving record

Paris 2024 will be the fifth Olympic event for British diver Tom Daley

Tom Daley has managed to punch his ticket to Paris 2024 and for him it will be his fifth consecutive participation in an Olympics, and an all-time record for the UK diving category.

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The record-breaking British diver has won 4 medals including one gold medal and three bronze medals, at Beijing 2008, London 2012, Rio 2016 and Tokyo 2021.

At Paris 2024 there will be no Matty Lee with whom he won gold at Tokyo 2021 due to spinal surgery, and so it will be Noah Williams who will pair up in the men’s 10-meter synchronized platform race.

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Surely this will be his last Olympics from the trampoline and he will do everything to win his second gold medal and end his amazing sporting career on a high note.

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