OLYMPIC diver Tom Daley OBE will be travelling through Dorset on Wednesday, for day three of his Comic Relief challenge.

Mr Daley will complete a 130-mile bike ride on Wednesday (February 16) from Southampton to Devon's Bovey Castle - via Blandford, Dorchester and Bridport.

Here are the approximate times where you can see him on route according to the Comic Relief website: 

  • Cadnam 06.15am
  • Brook 07.00am
  • Godshill 07.30am
  • Alderholt 08.30am
  • Cranborne 8.30am
  • Wimborne Stickland 10.30am
  • Lower Waterstone 11.30am
  • Dorchester 12.00 noon
  • Winterborne Abbas 12.30pm
  • Bridport 1.30pm
  • Devon 2.30pm
  • Sidmouth 4.00pm
  • Clyst St Mary 5.00pm
  • Exeter 5.30pm
  • Dartmoor National Park 6.45pm

The challenge is dubbed Tom Daley’s Hell of a Homecoming and will see him swim, cycle and run his way from Stratford to his hometown of Plymouth over four days, to raise money for Comic Relief. 

Mr Daley is Team GB’s most decorated diver, with 11 World, Commonwealth and European gold medals and four Olympic medals. His first Olympic gold medal came in the 10-metre synchro event alongside diving partner Matty Lee at Tokyo 2020.

You can follow his journey on the Comic Relief website, with a live tracker showing his progress: www.comicrelief.com/rednoseday/challenges/tomdaley