World Aquatics Championships 2024 Tom Daley And Noah Williams

World Aquatics Championships 2024 Tom Daley And Noah Williams, Tom Daley won silver in the World Championships on his international comeback alongside partner Noah Williams in the 10m synchronized synchronized Cricbuzz Live.

It secures Britain a place in the event at the Paris Olympics and, while that spot is not guaranteed to be Daley’s, it puts him in line for a fifth Games. Daley, 29, stepped away from the sport after winning gold at the Tokyo Olympics before returning in late 2023.

World Aquatics Championships 2024 Tom Daley And Noah Williams

Artistic Swimmers Izzy Thorpe And Kate Shortman

Artistic swimmers Izzy Thorpe and Kate Shortman also sealed an Olympic spot. The British pair won a second medal in four days with bronze in the free duet final in Doha, having taken a historic silver in Monday’s technical duet.

Daley is competing on the international stage for the first time since August 2021. And was part of the British quartet that won world gold in the team event on Friday. He said he was “terrified” before the event but was in fine form as he and Williams took silver with a score of 422.37. “Once I got into the competition, and being with Noah, I kind of relaxed and was like, ‘ah, this is what it feels like’,” he said.

“We knew that we had to try to qualify for a spot for the Olympics. Which we succeeded in – but I think we went into it more fighting for the medals rather than thinking about the spots.” Daley and Williams had to finish in the top four to guarantee Team GB an Olympic quota place for the event.

Chinese Pair Lian Junjie And Hao Yang Dominated

Chinese pair Lian Junjie and Hao Yang dominated to win gold with 470.76 points. Their third world title in a row – while Oleksii Sereda and Kirill Boliukh claimed bronze.

“Today was what it all came down to, whether I was going to be able to be fit enough to dive with. Noah in the first place. Then be able to come in the top qualifying spots,” Daley said. “That’s mission accomplished so far. Now it’s about staying fit and healthy to get to the start line, so now the real work starts.

” Williams added: “We haven’t trained too much together. But I think it has come pretty naturally to both of us. “Tom said about seeing if he’s fit enough to dive with me, but it’s the other way around. “I just try to do my best next to him, he’s a great diver, so the better I dive, we’ll hopefully be able to push for gold.”

The final selection for the British team will be confirmed 

Thorpe and Shortman’s silver in the technical duet on Monday. The first time a British pair had won a duet medal at the world championships. Put them in a strong position for Olympic qualification.

The Olympic spots were handed out after combining Monday’s scores with those in Thursday’s free duet final. Where Great Britain took 247.26 points.

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It’s Such A Relief Now To Say We Have Qualified

They were only pipped by China, who took gold with 250.77. The Netherlands’ 250.49 points in second place meaning they finished. As the best pair yet to qualify for the Games. “It’s such a relief now to say we have qualified,” said Shortman, 22.

“It’s incredible, honestly. If people knew how much it takes to get to an Olympic Games. It really should not be underestimated. “People ask you all the time, ‘So when are you going to the Olympics?’ and you have to say, ‘The job’s not done yet’.

Thorpe, also 22, added: “Even after the prelims swim yesterday, everyone was saying. ‘Ah, you’ve made it’, and we were like ‘no, no, it’s not done until it’s done!’. “So we are just so happy it’s a weight off our shoulders – and on to big things hopefully this year.”

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