1. First up, the sporting stuff

Tom became the youngest Brit to compete in an Olympic Games in 2008 when he took to the diving boards in Beijing aged just 14.

He came seventh in the individual 10m competition.

2. Social media whizz

He is the most-followed member of Team GB on Twitter with more than 1.5million followers.

During London 2012 his network was boosted by 800,000 followers.

3. Mixing with the models

Tom persuaded supermodel Kate Moss to take part in his GCSE Photography project after he met the catwalk queen on a shoot for Italian Vogue.

For the coursework she posed to recreate a painting by artist David Hockney and his efforts saw him scoop an A*.

4. And the X-Factor

The diving star could well be accompanied by Judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini in the Stratford pool after promising to teach her how to swan dive.

The vow – made over Twitter – was on the condition the singer then followed Tom’s account on the social networking site.

5. Future plans

When diving takes a back seat, we may well find Tom still on our TV screens.

He’s revealed his ambitions to become a presenter after his sporting career ends, specialising in either Sport or Children’s TV.

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