Press Packer Tom is one of the UK's top divers.
In his report he gives the low-down on high diving.
"I've always loved water sports.
I started swimming when I was four but after a while I got bored and when I was eight I decided to try diving which looked a bit more fun.
No disrespect to swimmers, but swimming's a bit boring - you just go up and down, up and down.
With diving you can do lots of somersaults and twists.
It's not just jumping off a board.
It's a great way to meet friends and stay fit and travel when you compete in different competitions.
In April, I came second in the International Youth competition in Germany for my age category.
I had butterflies but I was really proud of myself.
You don't need a lot of equipment for diving.
You don't wear goggles. You just need your trunks and a deep pool.
Tom in action!
The first time I jumped off the 10 metre dive board I was really nervous.
I was grabbing on to the hand rail and my stomach was gurgling!
But when I did it I was really proud of myself.
I have a few belly flop stories.
On my second dive on the 10 metre I hit the board and went on to my back a little bit.
I've got a few bruises but it's worth it.
My advice to someone's who's never tried it is that it's a great sport.
It's fun to do, and it's fun to watch as well.
And in my opinion it's one of the best sports in the world."
Tom, 11, Plymouth
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