Daley hoping to compete in 2024 Olympics

Tom Daley with his bronze medal
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Tom Daley says that he hopes to still be competing in the Olympics in 12 years' time.

London 2012 bronze medallist Tom Daley has admitted that he is hoping to compete in three more Olympic Games.

The 10m specialist, who made his Olympic debut in Beijing four years ago, has his sights set on Rio in 2016 as well as the following two competitions.

"I'll be 22 [in 2016], so that will be my third Olympics," Daley told BBC Spotlight. "I might get five in if I'm going until I'm 30, so we'll see."

The 18-year-old recently picked up straight As in his A-Level results but added that despite his hectic schedule, he will be returning to school in a fortnight to complete his studies.

"I've got two more maths modules to finish on my A-Levels, then I've got the Junior World Championships in October. Hopefully it's a little bit more of a break after that."

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