Olympic Legend & Knitting Superstar Tom Daley On Why Sport Still Can Be More Inclusive |This Morning

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Tom Daley had a phenomenal summer last year. Not only did he win his first Olympic gold medal at the games in Tokyo, but he also managed to make knitting cool again. The sporting superstar is swapping diving boards for our sofa this morning, to tell us about that emotional winning moment, how knitting changed his outlook on life, his hopes for more inclusive sport and why he won’t be making a splash at this year’s Commonwealth Games.

Broadcast on 28/06/22

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