Tom Daley and Pete Waterfield come fourth at London 2012 Olympic Games
Plymouth's Tom Daley and partner Peter Waterfield have come fourth in the synchro dive at the London 2012 Olympic Games.
Tom 18, and Pete, 31, faced tough opposition in the 10m platform synchro dive.
There were eight teams in the event and China were always the ones to beat.
After the first of six dives Team GB were in joint first place.
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China then suffered a slight error on their second dive, while Tom and Pete dived perfectly to take them into the lead.
The Plymouth golden boy and his partner then selected a more difficult dive than China for their third dive and stretched their lead at the top of the board.
The judges scores are multiplied by the difficulty to give the overall score - a blend of synchronisation and execution.
Tom and Pete failed to create a perfect dive on their fourth trip to the board, with Tom ahead of the clock and Pete behind to create a difficult dive which was out of synchronisation and pulled in a score in the mid 70s - not the 90s they had been used to.
Their fifth dive, the most difficult in the set, was better but still failed to hit 90 and left in them fourth place - six points off a bronze.
Their last dive did nothing to improve the situation, and left them behind China, then Mexico then the USA.
Tom and Pete will bost dive solo at the end of the games.