In the 2012 Olympics he is diving with Peter Waterfield.
NO 9 yr old are not aloud cause you have to be 18 an older to do any kind of sports in the Olympics
like anything else in the olympics, tennis and diving are origanal sports
Tennis and diving are both part of the Summer Olympics. Tennis was a part of the first modern Olympics during the summer of 1896. It was taken out of the Olympics in 1922 and restored to the Summer Olympics in 1988. Diving became a Summer Olympic sport in 1904.
Diving events at the Olympics are held at 3 meters (springboard) and 10 meters (platform).
Tom's sport is diving. He has competed in diving since aged 7.
Thomas Daley does competitive diving in the Olympics
Diving was first competed at the 1904 Games in St. Louis.
The Olympics and diving is Tom's life work. He is training to perfect his diving in time for London 2012 and maybe in 2016 also.
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Diving was introduced into the Olympics at the 1904 Games in St. Louis.
in water i hope.
Diving debuted in the Modern Olympics at the 1904 Games in St. Louis. Diving was not competed at the first two Games, the 1896 Games in Athens and the 1900 Games in Paris.
Diving events at the Olympics are at 3 meters (springboard) and 10 meters (platform).
Diving events will be at the Aquatics Centre within the Olympic Park
yes, in the 2008 olympics, diving AND tennis occured. WhOOOOO
recreational fishing, skin/skuba diving, cricket (only early Olympics), hunting, Bullfighting, sky diving, water skiing, netball, golf (only early Olympics), American football, baseball
Yes, Tom will be Diving in the London Olympics for Great Britain.
In 2016 the summer Olympics will be at Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
In the Olympics, a 'gainer' refers to a type of diving. 'Gainer' dives are also known as 'reverse' dives, and involve the diver performing somersaults in the air while diving.
Womens 10m platform diveing was introduced in the 1912 Olympics