British diving star Tom Daley has expelled a video on his YouTube channel dogmatic he was in a attribute with a man. Courtesy Tom Daley/YouTube
BRITISH diving star Tom Daley pronounced Monday he was in a attribute with a male though that he still “fancied” girls as he became a latest sports star to make a open stipulation per their sexuality.
The 19-year-old, a bronze medallist during final year’s London Olympics and one of a faces used in a pre-Games publicity, done a proclamation in a YouTube shave that he hoped would finish “rumours and speculation”.
“Come open this year my life altered massively when we met someone and they done me feel so happy, so protected and all only feels good – and that someone is a guy,” pronounced Daley.
“Of march we still imagination girls though right now I’m dating a man and we couldn’t be happier.”
Daley added: “In an ideal universe we wouldn’t be doing this video since it shouldn’t matter though recently we was misquoted in an speak and it done me feel unequivocally indignant and frustrated, and emotions that I’ve never felt before when reading something about myself, and for me probity is something that we unequivocally do trust in.
“I’ve been dating girls and I’ve never unequivocally had a critical attribute to speak about and now we feel kind of prepared to speak about my relationships.
“People will say, ‘But what would your father say?’. “He always pronounced to me as prolonged as you’re happy I’m happy, and right now we couldn’t be happier.
“My mum’s been understanding as well… all my friends and family have been so understanding that has been great.”
Daley’s father Rob, who had nurtured his career, died of cancer aged 40 only over a year before a Olympics.
The diver, who seemed on TV diversion shows after a London Games, pronounced he still wanted to win bullion during a 2016 Rio Olympics.
Daley finished on a lectern in a 10-metre eventuality in London final year.
He follows other heading divers in creation a open matter about their sexuality.
Australia’s Matthew Mitcham announced he was homosexual shortly before he won a diving bullion award during a 2008 Olympics in Beijing, while four-time Olympic diving champion Greg Louganis came out as happy following his retirement in 1995.