Tom Daley ‘Proud to Be Gay’ After Winning Diving Gold Medal at Tokyo Olympics

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Britain’s Tom Daley said he was “incredibly proud” to say he was a gay man and also an Olympic champion, after he finally won gold in the Men’s Synchronised 10m Platform with Matty Lee at Tokyo 2020.

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