10.20pmThat's all from our London 2012 aquatics coverage, but Sports Mole will continue to bring you all the action from future swimming and diving events throughout the year!
10.18pmThat concludes the action at the Aquatics Centre at London 2012. It's been absolutely superb. We're sure Daley will be back for the 2016 Olympics in Brazil!
10.13pmA superb performance by Daley here tonight. That score he picked would likely have won every other competition in the world! But let's not take anything way from Boudia and Qiu. It truly has been a masterclass of diving tonight!
10.00pmTom Daley wins bronze for Team GB with a final score of 556.95.
9.59pmAt the end of the contest, Boudia takes gold with a score of 568.65 and Qui takes the silver with 566.85.
9.58pmHe hammered his back 2 1/2 somersault 2 1/2 twists and earns 100.80! That gives him the silver and Boudia takes the gold for his diving masterclass!
9.57pmQiu needs to dig deep to knock the American off the top of the podium!
9.56pmLin looks to be going home empty-handed. He's in fifth after scoring 90.00 on his final dive.
9.54pmBoudia responds with a stunning back 2 1/2 somersault 2 twists. The dive's higher degree of difficulty lifts him above Daley! He earns 102.60 and moves into first place!
9.54pmHe nailed his reverse 3 1/2 somersault. It's almost perfect! But the dive's low degree of difficulty will hamper him a tad. He earns 90.75! THAT IS A MEDAL, but we don't know what colour it will be yet.
9.52pmHere comes the biggest dive of Daley's life.
9.52pmMartin Wolfram has seriously injured his shoulder, but soldiered through his last dive and scored 92.50.
9.48pmKlein puts in a big finish and earns 91.80 on his final dive. He won't be among the medals tonight either.
9.47pmGuerrra ends with a tally of 527.70. That is a great score, but it won't be enough for a medal tonight due to the level of competition.
9.42pmIt could not be closer here at the Aquatics Centre. It has gone to the wire, and there may even be a dive-off to separate the medal positions.
9.41pmAt the end of round five DALEY IS FIRST on 466.20, Boudia and Qui are in joint second on 466.05!
9.41pmQiu keeps his cool. His launch and aerial work on his forward 4 1/2 somersault earn him 94.35.
9.40pmLin pulls off a good armstand somersault and picks up 91.80. He moves into third!
9.39pmBoudia responds yet again! His back 3 1/2 somersault was superb on execution despite him throwing up a little too much splash. The judges hand him 91.80. Daley maintains a slender lead! It's going down to the last dive!
9.37pmHe goes with a back 3 1/2 somersault. It is the last of his big tariff dives, so it needed to be BIG, and it was! He buried it! The judges award him with a score of 97.20 and the pressure is on the rest now as he moves into first.
9.32pmGuerra, who went into this round in fifth, puts pressure on Daley with an 82.50-rated reverse 3 1/2 somersault.
9.30pmNavarro fires another one of his big guns - a reverse 3 1/2 somersault. He over-rotated slightly, but 89.10 keeps him among the chasing pack.
9.27pmAt the end of round four, Boudia leads on 374.25, Qiu is second on 371.70, and Daley is third on 369.00 with a buffer of 19 points.
9.27pmQiu doesn't look like he's about to botch any of his though. 93.60 for dive number four.
9.26pmHe was well off on his entry on his forward 4 1/2 somersault. Only 68.45 for a dive of that difficulty could put him out of it!
9.25pmIt's game on as Lin falters on his fourth dive!
9.25pmBoudia keeps the pressure of Daley with a reverse 3 1/2 somersault worth 98.05. He takes the lead, and is five points ahead of Daley.
9.24pmDaley nails his forward 4 1/2 somersault! His score of 98.05 sends him storming to the top!
9.23pmWolfram seemed to pick up a minor injury on his fourth dive. The score of 64.80 was painful for him too!
9.20pmKlein, needing to gain ground, nails his back 3 1/2 somersault and picks up 97.20. A great score, but was already too far off the pace.
9.19pmGuerra digs deep and scores 96.90 on his fourth dive. That could put him in contention!
9.17pmGarcia, who was in fifth going into this round, takes in his lowest score of 81.00 on his armstand somersault. It's first place for him for the time being.
9.15pmAt the end of round three Boudia is first one 283.50, Qiu is second on 278.10, Lin is third on 277.05, and Daley is fourth on 270.95.
9.14pmQiu is too close to the platform on launch, but the judges don't knock him down for that. A 92.40 for him. Generous that one!
9.13pmLin's third dive isn't his best, but when the Chinese falter they still pick up scores like 91.80! He moves up to second.
9.12pmBoudia responds with a near-flawless forward 4 1/2 somersault! He picks up a staggering 99.90 and knocks Daley off the top.
9.10pmDaley's third is an armstand back triple somersault, and it's another good one from him! Great aerial work and solid execution. He puts 92.75 on the board, and he's in first for the time being!
9.08pmWolfram's third dive is his weakest so far, earning 77.55. A great chance for Daley to capitalise!
9.06pmKlein is looking off his game now. His armstand back triple somersault throws up a small tsunami on entry and he his marked down with a 66.50.
9.05pmNavarro with an absolutely incredible 4 1/2 somersault! That has been the dive of the evening so far. The high degree of difficulty scores him 98.40! He takes the lead for now.
9.00pmQiu is first at the end of round two on 185.70, Lin is second on 185.25, and Boudia is joint-third with Wolfram on 183.60. Daley is fifth on 178.20.
9.00pmLin bags 94.05 for his reverse 3 1/2. His compatriot Qiu follows with an armstand somersault good for 94.50!
8.58pmBoudia responds by performing the same dive and picks up an identical score to Daley. He goes into the lead.
8.56pmDaley launches into an inward 3 1/2 somersault and enters the water cleanly as the crowd goes wild. A solid 86.40 for that one, and he will take second for now! Keep this up, Tom!
8.56pmWolfram's second dive was an inward 3 1/2 somersault. He's really on his game tonight, pulling in 86.40 for that one!
8.53pmKlein ups the ante with a forward 4 1/2 somersault. It was heavy on splash but the dive's difficulty earns him 83.25, moving him up to third.
8.51pmNavarro's second dive is a back 3 1/2 somersault with tuck. He went in at a slight angle, but the judges didn't seem to pick up on that. An 82.50 moves him up to the top for now.
8.48pmAt the end of round one, Boudia is in first, Wolfram in second, and Daley in third.
8.47pmQiu performs the same dive and bags an identical score to his compatriot.
8.46pmLin of China launches into an inward 3 1/2 somersault, and he pulls it off in style. The judges hand him 91.20, and he goes in behind Daley.
8.46pmBoudier, who had a great semi-final, is off to a strong start here. His armstand somersault is worth 97.20!
8.45pmHe gives the back 2 1/2 somersault 2 1/2 twists another shot and nails it this time! He was awarded 75.60 for the one that was discounted, but the re-dive was awarded 91.80! He goes into second behind Wolfram.
8.42pmThe crowd have been ordered not to use flash photography, and Daley steps up to perform his opener again.
8.40pmDaley's opening dive is poor! It's a back 2 1/2 somersault 2 1/2 twists. He's claiming that camera flashes put him off and is asking for a re-dive! The ref is considering the request.
8.39pmA great opener for Martin Wolfram. His armstand somersault earns him a whopping 97.20. He's the one to beat so far!
8.37pmNicholas Mccrory of the US hasn't set the tournament alight so far, but he's off to a great start here. He goes into first with an inward 3 1/2 worth 86.40!
8.36pmA solid start for Germany's Klien too. He earns an 80.00 for his opening dive and moves to the top of the pile for now.
8.36pmGuerra of Cuba, a comeback king in the previous rounds, pulls off a decent forward 3 1/2 for 76.50.
8.35pmNavarro goes with a tough forward 4 1/2 somersault. The high degree of difficulty helps him pull in 83.25. The gamble pays off!
8.32amBondar goes with an inward 3 1/2 somersault. Good aerial work, but he enters the water at an angle. A 72.00 for him. Not one of his better dives.
8.31pmRiley McCormick of Canada gets us under way with a forward 3 1/2 somersault. It holds a low degree of difficulty but his execution was good. The judges award him with 76.50.
8.25pmThe even begins is around five minutes time. A total of 12 competitors will perform six dives each tonight. Daley is up ninth.
8.24pmMexico's Ivan Garcia Navarro is renowned for his love of high tariff dives, so there is likely to be a scrap for bronze tonight, and maybe silver too.
8.20pmIn terms of other contenders for the podium tonight, the two German's Sascha Klein and Martin Wolfram have been impressive all competition, and David Boudia of the United States had a great semi-final.
8.17pmFor those not up to speed on this competition, Team GB's other hopeful Peter Waterfield crashed out during the preliminary round. According to his Twitter, he took solace in several sausage and egg McMuffins from McDonalds.
8.14amHe's right about that. Anyone can make a mistake, and one botched dive is enough to send a competitor tumbling off the podium.
8.13pmDaley also had this to say on Twitter: "China seem unstoppable at the moment! But anything can happen."
8.11pmThere's a point. Why don't they hand out platinum medals at the Olympic Games? If they did, I'm sure China would win one in the diving!
8.10pmDaley himself has admitted that winning a bronze medal here tonight would be the equivalent of picking up gold. Anything above that he said would be like "platinum".
8.06amHe isn't in for an easy ride tonight. China's Qiu Bo and Lin Yue were phenomenal in the semi-final. You can read about how that unfolded here.
8.05pmWelcome back to SM's live coverage of the men's 10m platform. The final is less than half an hour away, and the hopes of the nation rest firmly on Tom Daley's shoulders.
12.13pmThat's all from me for now. Join us from 8.00pm this evening for all the action from the final!
12.10pmIf you've just joined us, there good news for Team GB is that Tom Daley has made it to the last 12. You can read our report on the semi-final here.
11.56amTom Daley qualifies for the final in fourth place with a score of 521.10.
11.55amAt the end of the final round, Qiu tops the pile on 563.55, Lin is second on 541.80 and Boudia in third on 531.15.
11.55amQiu storms through in pole position with a 97.20 for his back 2 1/2 somersault 2 1/2 twists.
11.54amLin ends on a spectacular back 2 1/2 somersault 2 1/2 twists for a 96.30, putting him on top.
11.52amMcCormick and Bondar are into the final, as is Wolfram, who books a place there with a nice forward 4 1/2 somersault worth 88.80.
11.51amGarcia Navarro edges through with a 79.80 on his final dive. Sanchez MIGHT make the cut with 88.80 for his forward 4 1/2 somersault.
11.48amMitcham over-rotates on his Back 2 1/2 Somersault 2 1/2 Twists. A 70.20 may not be enough to see him through! An agonising wait for him now.
11.43amBoudia, Guerra, and Minibaev will be joining him there. Others are to be confirmed soon.
11.41amIt's a measured reverse 3 1/2 somersault, and a big finish from him! That's worth 89.10, giving him a final haul of 521.10. Tom is in the final!
10.03amGuerra of Cuba, yesterday's comeback king, performs a forward 3 1/2 somersault rated at 76.50.
10.00amDavid Boudia of the United States dives first. He starts with an armstand back double somersault 2 1/2 twists. A very confident start from him! He comes away with 88.20.
9.53amThe action is just under five minutes away. 18 competitors will performs six dives today and the top 12 will progress to the final.
9.51amQiu isn't the only threat out there today. His compatriot Lin Yue was in red hot form in the opening round, and looks good for a medal. German duo Sascha Klein and Martin Wolfram, and Mexican pair German Sanchez and Ivan Garcia Navarro are also expected to be thereabouts.
9.46amSadly Daley's teammate Peter Waterfield will not be joining us today. He could only manage a 23rd place finish in the preliminaries.
9.45amDaley later described that performance as "the worst I've dived all year" in a post-context interview with the BBC.
9.39amBritain's favourite diver will have to significantly improve on his performance in the preliminaries if he wants to be rubbing shoulders with China's Qiu Bo come the end of the day. You can read about how he performed in the previous round here.
9.39amGood morning and welcome to our live coverage of Tom Daley's 10m platform semi-final.