Two weeks ago, to celebrate the release of his new autobiography 'My Story', Sportsvibe were offering you the unique chance to ask British Olympic poster-boy Tom Daley all of your burning questions.
We were overwhelmed with your response, and the questions came in their droves, but we could only pick five, who will also receive a signed copy of Tom's new book.
Check out Tom's answers to the five best questions.
Rita, from Hong Kong asked:
If you could change anything from your past, what would it be?
“I would make sure that I paid more attention to the smaller details in my diving to make my diving better than it is today.”
Yan, from China asked:
How do you deal with the pressure of everyone expecting the best out of you all the time, especially in London 2012 Olympics?
“I don’t really read anything that’s written about me. I just concentrate on training hard and at competitions I make sure I complete all my dives the best I can.”
Terry, from Margate asked:
How long does it take to perfect the ultimate dive?
“It takes years. First you have to learn the different components to a new dive. You then work your way up the boards until you’re diving from the 10m board, but even then you need to complete the dive thousands of times before you can really say you’ve mastered it.”
Suzzee, from Ashbourne asked:
Are you ever afraid before you dive?
“I’m scared every time I’m up on the 10m board. It’s unnatural to dive off a board that’s the same height as 2 double decker buses and half a car! But you learn to manage the fear.”
Mike, from Southampton asked:
When are you going to make another music video?
“Ha, I’m not sure the divers can top the LMFAO video. Maybe after the Olympics we’ll have a think about it!”
Check out Tom talking about his new book 'My Story'.