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Watch Tom Daley And Greg Louganis Syncro-Dive Together

by Graham Gremore October 03, 2016

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Tom Daley saw one of his lifelong wishes come true over the weekend. The 22-year-old Olympian got to do some synchronized diving with his icon, fellow gay Olympian Greg Louganis. And, lucky for us, they had a camera in tow.

Related: PHOTO: Greg Louganis Goes Fully Nude For ESPN Magazine — At Age 56

The pair slipped into their speedos and met up in Mission Viejo, CA, where Louganis first got his start diving back in the 1970s.

“This is where I learned a lot of my dives,” Louganis says in the video. “It’s time for a renovation, for both the platform and me, too.”

Related: PHOTO: Instagram Pic of Tom Daley And Greg Louganis Oddly Moving

“I can’t believe I’m about to do a synchronized dive with Greg Louganis!” Daley says, excitedly, before mounting the board.

Check out the video below. Happy Monday!

 




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