Tom Daley has won gold in the men’s 10m platform final at Edinburgh, as part of the Commonwealth Games tonight.
The 20-year-old from Plymouth won the gold medal, with an outstanding score of 516.55.
According to the BBC, Daley performed a ‘demon dive’ – a back 2.5 somersault, 2.5 twist routine – and held the lead from the outset.
An outstanding back 3.5 somersault in his fifth dive guaranteed the gold Delay.
His margin was a whopping 82.85 as Malaysia’s Ooi Tze Liang finished second with 433.70 and Canada’s Vincent Riendeau, third with 429.25.
Out gay Aussie diver, Matthew Mitcham, finished in fourth place with a score of 420.00.
This is the third Commonwealth gold medal for Daley after he previously won two in the Delhi games in 2010, thus retaining his title.
Delay also won a bronze medal in the 2012 Olympic games.