Tom Daley s a British diver, television personality, YouTube vlogger and Olympic gold medallist know all Tom Daley Family, Net Worth, Parents, Husband and More. He is an Olympic bronze medallist in the 2012 platform event,the 2016 synchronised event,and the 2020 platform event, making him the first British diver to win four Olympic medals.Daley also competes in team events, winning the inaugural mixed team World title in 2015. He is a 5-time European champion and 4-time Commonwealth champion.
Tom Daley Biography
|Birthdate ( Age)||21 May 1994|
|Place of Birth||Plymouth, United Kingdom|
|Wife/Partner||Dustin Lance Black (m. 2017)|
|Children||Robert Ray Black-Daley|
|Siblings||Ben Daley, William Daley|
|Profession||British diver, television personality, YouTube vlogger and Olympic gold medallist|
|Net Worth||$ 4 million|
Thomas Robert Daley is a British diver, television personality, YouTube vlogger and Olympic gold medallist. He specialises in the 10-metre platform and is a double World champion in that event; he won the 2009 FINA World Championship in the individual event at the age of 15, before regaining it in 2017. Daley was also the 2012 Olympic bronze medallist.
At the 2020 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, Daley, with his partner Matty Lee (who was making his Olympic debut) won his first Olympic gold medal, in the men’s synchronised 10m platform, winning over the Chinese competitors by 1.23 points and an overall score of 471.81.
Tom Daley Early Life and Education
Daley was born on 21 May 1994 in Plymouth, Devon, England, the son of Debbie and Robert Daley.His early diving hero was Canadian diver Alexandre Despatie, who won gold at the 1998 Commonwealth Games at the age of 13, and British diver Leon Taylor, who later mentored him.
Daley was spotted by a coach, taking part in regular diving lessons, and was placed in a competitive squad in September 2002. His first competition was the National Novice Championships in April 2003 where he won a medal in the 8/9-year-old boys category.
In 2003, he took part in an invitational event in Southampton where he won the 1 m, 3 m and platform events, and first made his mark on the wider audience. Daley won his age group at the British Championships in the 1 m springboard, the 3 m springboard, and platform in 2004, 2005, and 2006.In June 2004, the month after his tenth birthday,he won the platform competition in the National Junior (under-18) group, making him the youngest winner of that event.
Tom Daley Family and Parents
Tom Daley Parents Name is Debbie Daley ( Mother ) and Robert Daley ( Father ).He has two brothers – William who is three years younger, and Ben who is five years younger. Their father, Robert, died from a brain tumour on 27 May 2011, aged 40, just a few days after Daley’s 17th birthday.
Tom Daley Husband / Partner
Tom Daley and his new husband Dustin Lance Black have shared their first stunning photos from their wedding this weekend. The couple tied the knot at Bovey Castle in front of 120 close friends and relatives, 30 miles from Plymouth, Devon, where Tom grew up.
The Olympic diver, 22, declared his love for his other half, 42, as he added a snap of them hand in hand walking down the aisle, with their loved ones throwing confetti over them. Since tying the knot, Lance Black has moved to London to live full-time with his husband, who now own a home together. The new pics show their special day at Bovey Castle, about 30 minutes from Daley’s home town of Plymouth.
Tom Daley Net Worth
Tom Daley has an estimated Net Worth of $4 Million in 2022. He is a British diver, television personality, YouTube vlogger and Olympic gold medallist .
Tom Daley Net Worth 2022
|Net Worth ( 2022 )||$4 Million|
|Income Source||British diver|
|Income / Salary||Under Review|
In January 2007, at the age of twelve, Daley was given a special dispensation to compete at the 2007 Australian Youth Olympic Festival. The usual minimum age is fifteen. Competing with a persistent thumb injury, Daley won the silver medal with synchro-partner Callum Johnstone in the 10m synchronised-diving final.
Later in 2007, he won the senior platform title at the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) National Championships, the national championship for English divers. In 2007 he also began to compete on International Swimming Federation’s (FINA) international diving circuit of Grand Prix and World Series events, twice finishing fourth in individual competition.
Daley won the 2007 BBC Sports Personality of the Year Young Personality award. He was considered a medal prospect for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London from this time, and was one of the British Olympians being tracked through the years leading up to London 2012 by the BBC television series Olympic Dreams.
In January 2008, Daley won the 10m platform event at the British Championships and become the youngest winner of the senior British 10 m title.He also won the 10 m platform synchro title with new partner Blake Aldridge.In February 2009, Daley retained his individual British 10m championship, setting a competition personal best score of 517.55 points, 133.45 points ahead of the second-placed diver.
In the first April 2010 FINA Diving World Series event held in Veracruz, Mexico, Daley failed to qualify for the final round of the individual 10m competition. A second event was held in the same venue three days later to replace the Sheffield DWS event which was cancelled because of the eruption of the Icelandic volcano Eyjafjallajökull. Daley finished in fourth place, with a score of 519.70 points – his second highest score of the season .
For the 2011 season, Daley was paired in the synchronised competitions with 2004 Athens Olympic silver medallist Peter Waterfield in British Swimming’s continuing efforts to find the best synchro pairing for the 2012 Olympics.At the 2011 National Cup, the British Championship was held in the new Southend Swimming and Diving Centre on 28–30 January and Daley came second in the 3m springboard competition behind Jack Laugher. With Waterfield, he won the 10m platform synchronised competition.
In the 2017 FINA World Series, Daley has taken home 1 bronze medal in Beijing (10m Platform), 3 bronze medals in Kazan (10m Platform, 10m Synchro, and 3m Mixed), and one silver medal in Guangzhou (10m Platform). On 22 July 2017 he won the gold medal in the 10m platform event at the FINA World Championships held in Budapest.
In the 2018 FINA Diving World Series, Daley has won 1 silver medal and 1 bronze medal in Beijing (3m Mixed and 10m Synchro), 1 silver medal in Fuji (3m Mixed), 1 silver medal in Montreal (3m Mixed), and 1 silver medal in Kazan (3m Mixed).
At the 2018 Commonwealth Games held at the Gold Coast, Australia, Daley and Goodfellow won gold on the men’s synchronised 10-metres platform.Daley partnered with Matty Lee starting in October 2018 in the men’s synchronised 10-metres platform. At the 2019 World Aquatics Championships held in Gwangju, South Korea, Daley and Lee finished in the bronze position in the 10m synchro.
At the 2021 FINA Diving World Cup, which was held in Japan as an official test event for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, Daley won his first World Cup gold with Matty Lee in synchronised 10m platform.He also won gold in the individual 10m platform.At the European Championships held in Budapest, Daley and Matty Lee also won gold in synchronised 10m platform,and a silver in the individual 10m platform.On 26 July 2021, Daley and Lee won the 2020 Olympic Gold Medal in the Men’s Synchronized Platform Diving event.