Delight for Daley as silver streak has golden lining with win in Tijuana
21:55 GMT, 22 April 2012
Tom Daley has broken a run of three silver medals in the FINA World Diving Series with a gold in the final round in Tijuana, Mexico.
He won with his best score of the series (562.85) and scored a perfect 10 on his final dive, confirming his status as the main Olympic opposition to the absent Chinese Qiu Bo.
Daley also won bronze in the synchro event with Peter Waterfield. GB's men's three-metre synchro pair Chris Mears and Nick Robinson-Baker won silver and Tonia Couch and Sarah Barrow got bronze on the women's platform.
Gold standard: Daley took the top prize in Mexico
Bronze age: Murray came third in Russia
Samantha Murray, 22, a student at the
University of Bath, improved her prospects of Olympic selection when she
won her first medal in modern pentathlon's World Cup series in Russia.
British athletes Martyn Rooney and Lawrence Okoye are today on top of the world having met the criteria for Olympic selection. In his first 400m race of the season, Rooney ran 44.92sec – his fastest time for two years.
While Okoye threw the discus 66.77m – the furthest throw of the year – at the same meet in Walnut, California.
The pair must finish in the first two places at the Aviva Olympic Trials now to earn their places in London.
Sent to Coventry
Ten pounds is how much a ticket costs for the last Olympic football qualifier between Senegal and Oman in Coventry, with the draw for the tournament on Tuesday.