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7:41am 24th February 2012
There is disappointment for Plymouth's teenage diving sensation.
Tom Daley and Peter Waterfield finished 7th in their synchronised event at the FINA World Cup.
The Olympic hopeful is staying upbeat: "It wasn't too great to be honest but we did two really good dives at the beginning of our list and Pete got a couple of tens in that competition so there's lots of positives to take from it. The home crowd getting us ready for the games is a good experience".
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