Tom Daley shared the real situation after winning the Olympic gold on Youtube:

Date of birth: April 1994, 5
Age: 27
Sex: Male
Residence: London
Country of residence: United Kingdom

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Tom Daley Olympic gold medalist British

At the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, British diving prince Thomas Daley and teammate Matty Lee won their first Olympic gold medal with a total score of 1.23 points and 471.81, winning China's #曹缘和#陈艾森

Tom Daley Olympic gold medalist British

Thomas Robert Daley (born May 1994, 5) is a British diver, TV personality, YouTube video blogger, and Olympic gold medalist.He specializes in the 21-meter platform and is the double world champion of the event; he won the individual event championship of the 10 FINA World Championships at the age of 15 and then regained the championship in 2009.Daly was also the bronze medalist in the 2017 and 2012 Olympic diving events.

Tom Daley Olympic gold medalist British
Daly participates in synchronization and team projects. In 2015, he won the first mixed team world championship with Rebecca Gallantree, and in 2016, he won with Daniel Goodfellow on the men’s 10-meter platform. Won the second Olympic bronze medal. In 2017, he and Grace Reid won the world silver medal in the mixed 3-meter springboard synchronization event.

Tom Daley Olympic gold medalist British
He started diving at the age of 7 and was a member of the Plymouth Diving Club, where his talent was discovered very early and had an impact in national and international competitions since the age of 9.He represented the United Kingdom in the 2008 Summer Olympics. At the time, he was the youngest participant in the United Kingdom. At the age of 14, he was the youngest player in any country to participate in the finals. In 2009, Daley set a career best ranking first in the 10m platform diving ranking of the FINA World Swimming Championships.He won two gold medals for England at the 2010 Commonwealth Games, namely the 10m synchronized diving (with Max Brick) and the 10m individual platform diving competition. He also won the bronze medal for the United Kingdom in the individual competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

After the 2012 Summer Olympics and the summer when the British public became more interested in sports, the television network ITV approached Daley, hoping to play a role in their new celebrity diving reality show "Splash!"Daly made his debut at the premiere of the show on January 2013, 1 as a mentor to star contestants. 

Tom Daley Olympic gold medalist British

At the 2016 Summer Olympics, Daly and Daniel Goodfellow won a bronze medal on the men's 10-meter platform.Daly also set a personal 10m platform Olympic record in the first qualifying round, but struggled in the semifinals and failed to qualify for the finals.At the 2020 Tokyo Summer Olympics, Daly and his partner Li Mingbo won their first Olympic gold medal with a total score of 10 points and a total score of 1.23 on the men's 471.81m platform.
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Source: Tokyo Olympics official website https://olympics.com/tokyo-2020 


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