London Olympics watch: Last dive seals podium place for Waterfield
Peter Waterfield, Tom Daley's synchro
partner, won a bronze in the individual 10 metres platform at the World
Cup in London's Olympic pool.
Both Waterfield and Daley have
suffered with injuries this winter but after qualifying only 16th for
the semis and ninth for the final he produced a remarkable final dive to
grab his first individual global podium place.
Podium place: Peter Waterfield with his bronze medal
On the rise: Waterfield goes through his routine in the Men's 10m Platform Final
Performance director Alexei Evangulov and head of British Swimming David Sparkes have both criticised Daley for being distracted by media work, a problem Waterfield does not have.
The two divers get a short break now before continuing on the world circuit, heading to Dubai, China, Moscow and Mexico.
The crunch comes in Sheffield at the British trials in June.
Ennis to get Russian test
Jessica Ennis will defend her world indoor pentathlon title in Istanbul next weekend under pressure from Tatyana Chernova, who impressed in the hurdles and long jump at the Russian indoor championships.
Still no form for Thorpe
Ian Thorpe flopped in his final competitive race before Australia's Olympic swimming trials.
In Zurich he finished only fourth in the 100 metres freestyle in 52.28sec.
Fading star: Haile Gebrselassie
Haile running out of time
Ethiopian legend Haile Gebrselassie's chances of running at London 2012 are fading.
He was fourth in Sunday's Tokyo marathon in 2hr 8min 17sec. Sixteen other Ethiopians have run faster so far this year.
Adams beats world champ
Flyweight Nicola Adams was one of five British medallists at the weekend's Strandja Cup.
The British boxer defeated Italian Valeria Calabrese in the final and also beat China's double world champion Ren Cancan.