Last Updated on March 20, 2023 by Pets Feed
The Olympic games are the largest sporting event in the world where the best athletes from different parts of the world show their talents to obtain a precious medal, but in the recent games held in Tokyo, Tom Daley, gold medalist in synchronized jump, was surprised knitting a small sweater, exhibiting his other passion.
Tom let the public see that his skills are not only in the water, but that he is also a good designer. One of the cameras captured the young Briton in the stands as he knitted a small dog sweater in the middle of an event.
It was the women’s 10-foot springboard final, but apparently the young man was committed to finishing his purple design.
Olympic medalist is caught crocheting
In the photo captured by the cameras you can see Tom relaxed weaving quietly in the spectator stands, doing his hobby.
The curious image was shared on the internet and Internet users quickly wanted to know what it was about or who was receiving so much attention. The young man found out what had happened, and the next day he told what he was doing and that it was for a puppy.
Tom said on Instagram:
I made my friends some doggy sweaters! Yesterday I was doing another one in the pool hahaha.
According to the medalist, he began knitting and crocheting different creations since last year as entertainment during the lockdown due to the pandemic.
The only thing that has kept me sane throughout this process is my love of knitting and crocheting and everything related to sewing.
He managed to perfect his technique and has managed to create beautiful clothes, toys and clothes for the dogs of his close friends, leaving everyone delighted.
The young man has different designs on his Instagram page that he has decided to share so that his followers can see his talent when weaving.
Seeing the success he had with his beautiful clothes, he decided to continue knitting.
In the same way that he prepared to obtain his Olympic medal for the first time, it seems that he trains to deliver the best sweaters.
In addition, both tasks require a lot of love, dedication and effort, but the truth is that the young Briton has given good results.
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