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Through the eyes of a cliff diver.

Cliff divers need a special mindset on top of exceptional acrobatic abilities. It’s definitely not for everyone to dive from almost three times the Olympic height, reaching speeds in excess of 85kph, with no protection but for concentration, skill and physical control; while squeezing numerous flips and twists into the three-second flights. But what happens in the hours and minutes before a competition? Do they follow a special routine to keep their nerves in check? Can they stomach anything or are their thoughts solely focused on diving? Let’s find out and follow cliff diving’s elite through a competition morning during the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series stop in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
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Mexican Double Breaks Hunt's Winning Streak

Mexican Double Breaks Hunt's Winning Streak

Jonathan Paredes takes first ever Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series victory in Mostar (BIH) on August 15, 2015.

The Mexican had snatched the lead with a superb effort in Friday’s Seeding Round and went on to join a list of only 8 divers who have won an event in Red Bull Cliff Diving history. It was a stunning display of diving in Mostar’s old town on this red-hot Saturday afternoon. 12,000 fanatical spectators saw fellow Mexican Sergio Guzman score the first ever podium finish of a wildcard, coming second from the 28m-platform atop Stari Most bridge. In the season’s first competition not dominated by Britain’s Gary Hunt, America’s David Colturi completed the podium.
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Cutting Edge Meets Tradition as Hunt Aims for Perfection

Cutting Edge Meets Tradition as Hunt Aims for Perfection

Mostar’s iconic Stari Most bridge premieres as venue for the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series’ 6th stop on August 15, 2015.

Britain’s Gary Hunt will continue the pursuit of the ‘perfect season’ amid the stunning setting of Mostar’s Stari Most bridge, where diving has been a tradition dating back to the 17th century. Bosnia and Herzegovina’s most renowned landmark will host the world elite of cliff diving for the first time as Hunt bids to make it six wins out of six in 2015. The city’s diving enthusiasts have warm-heartedly welcomed the 14 World Series athletes and introduced them to their preferred take-off point high above the Neretva river. Don’t miss history in the making from 28m this Saturday at 4pm local time!
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An Old Bridge, 14 Cliff Divers, and a Centuries-Old Tradition

An Old Bridge, 14 Cliff Divers, and a Centuries-Old Tradition

Mostar (BIH) hosts the 6th stop of the 2015 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series in a historic event on August 15, 2015.

Cliff diving – in a place where diving from great heights has been a tradition for four-and-a-half centuries – a hand selected group of 14 of the world’s best cliff divers will be part of the first ever World Series competition at the ‘Stari Most’, the old bridge of Mostar, and the country’s most recognizable landmark. The first dives from the bridge date back to 1664, the first competition to 1968, and August 15, 2015 marks the day when Gary Hunt, the leading Brit, will launch acrobatically from the 27m platform to continue the pursuit of the ‘perfect season’. After the season’s closest finish on the Portuguese Azores and two new faces on the podium, the World Series will meet fanatical cliff diving fans and touch new grounds in Bosnia & Herzegovina.
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Portrait Clip (Dirty) Blake Aldridge

Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 Mostar: Portrait Clip (Dirty) Blake Aldridge

Blake Aldridge telling about his diving season while suffering a knee injury. Show Details
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Story Clip (Dirty) Through the eyes of a cliff diver

Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 Mostar: Story Clip (Dirty) Through the eyes of a cliff diver

What happens in the hours and minutes before a competition? Do the divers follow a special routine to keep their nerves in check? Can they stomach anything or are their thoughts solely focused on diving? Let’s find out and follow Jonathan Paredes through a competition day. Show Details
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Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 Mostar: Event Clip (Dirty)

Jonathan Paredes takes first ever Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series victory in Mostar (BIH)
The Mexicans join a list of only 8 divers who have won an event in Red Bull Cliff Diving history with a stunning display of diving in Mostar’s old town on this red-hot Saturday afternoon. 12,000 fanatical spectators see fellow Mexican Sergio Guzman score the first ever podium finish of a wildcard as second from the 28m-platform atop Stari Most bridge. In the season’s first competition not dominated by Britain’s Gary Hunt, America’s David Colturi completes the podium.
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Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 Mostar: Action Clip (Dirty)

Jonathan Paredes takes first ever Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series victory in Mostar (BIH) Show Details
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