Drama at the diving as American beats Chinese favourite into second as British hope Daley wins bronze
Robert Dillon It was expected to be another Chinese win. In six of the first seven diving finals at the London Olympics, China walked away with the gold medal.
Peter Hanlon In any activity where synchronisation is paramount, the hardest time to stick together is when one of you comes apart.
Diving is a tough pursuit. Contestants require strength to jump high, rotate quickly, and finish with a tight, clean entry. The strain is evident on the divers' faces as they execute a dive.
Robert Dillon The oldest women’s diver at the London Olympics, Australia’s Loudy Wiggins, has not ruled out competing at Rio de Janiero in four years’ time after narrowly missing a medal in the 10-metre...
Robert Dillon AUSTRALIA'S Jaele Patrick will join compatriot Sharleen Stratton in the three-metre springboard semi-finals after handling the pressure of a do-or-die final qualifying dive on Friday.
Robert Dillon Australia's Melissa Wu and Brittany Broben will be diving for Olympic medals on Thursday night in the women's 10-metre platform final - and Wu denies the gold is already sewn up by China's Chen...
Robert Dillon AUSTRALIA'S Melissa Wu and Brittany Broben will be diving for Olympic medals on Thursday night in the women's 10-metre platform final - and Wu denies the gold is already sewn up by China's Chen...
Robert Dillon Australia's youngest Olympian in London, 16-year-old diver Brittany Broben, is not sure when she has to resume her Year 11 studies at Marymount College on the Gold Coast.
Olympic champion Matthew Mitcham welcomes feeling like an underdog again as he prepares to spearhead a 10-strong Australian diving team at the London Olympics.
Robert Dillon Matthew Mitcham’s reign as Olympic champion has ended in tears after he sensationally bowed out in the semi-final of the men’s individual 10-metre platform event at the London Olympics.
All but a handful of China's 396 Olympians competing in London have qualified for the Games under the patronage of the country's monolithic Soviet-style sports system.
Robert Dillon THE dive that was once considered so radical it was not humanly possible is in danger of being made redundant by the daredevils of the 10-metre tower.
Scott Spits Fancy some guitar smashing? There's no Thorpedo this time ... but there is a Missile to take his place.
Robert Dillon SOME kids will go to extraordinary lengths to get out of school work.
Scott Spits He must have been asked the same question eight times. Each time, however, the illuminating reply was delivered with a smile.
Six must-see events.
Catherine Armitage YOU are getting sleeeee-py. You will start to get irritable. You will be more impulsive, take more risks, and your judgment will be impaired. You'll be less alert, and find it harder to think.
Peter Hanlon IN THE torrent of questions that are asked of him, and in the answers he gives - with sparkling eyes, gleaming teeth and effeminate diction - the same word follows Tom Daley: pressure.
Phil Lutton Live coverage of all the action of Day 2 of the London Olympics.
Chris Barrett The volume of the screeching and the hollering at London's Aquatics Centre was the match of any State of Origin at Suncorp Stadium or an AFL grand final.