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A Long Drop Starts on the Low Side of a Pool

A Long Drop Starts on the Low Side of a Pool

The long process of learning a new cliff dive.

In cliff diving, most elements are high: the number of somersaults and twists, the entry speed, as well as of course the take-off height. However, when starting to build a new dive, the professional athletes of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series go back to poolside and start with the ‘basic maths’ of their sport; breaking the dive into different parts, just to put it all together again when diving from 28m, and this includes various lead-ups and ‘building blocks’, and sometimes learning the hard way... Building a new dive is a long, creative and intense process. But it pays off!
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Four-Midable Gary Hunt Takes the Crown in Denmark

Four-Midable Gary Hunt Takes the Crown in Denmark

4th stop of the 2015 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series produces season’s second English-Colombian podium this Saturday.

The Danish weather may change from hail to bright sunshine in the space of just five minutes, but there is nothing that can faze cliff diving’s reigning champion, Gary Hunt, as he won the fourth World Series stop in a row in Copenhagen. In front of 35,000 spectators, the Brit (511.60pts) finished ahead of compatriot Blake Aldridge (476.85pts) and cliff diving legend Orlando Duque (463.60pts) to take the win from the 28m-platform on the Opera House. Halfway through the season, it is these three athletes who have dominated the podium in the four World Series events and they are out in front in the overall standings.
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Who'll Become Cliff Diving's King of Denmark?

Who'll Become Cliff Diving's King of Denmark?

The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series stage is set for the Danish capital city on June 20, 2015.

Raise the curtain! When 14 of the world’s best cliff divers take possession of the Danish Opera House it’s time to fill the 28m gap between the platform on the rooftop and the chilly waters of Copenhagen harbour with diving complexity. After three consecutive wins for Gary Hunt, the reigning champion, could it be time for a changing of the guard this Saturday afternoon.
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A Royal View for Cliff Diving's Best in Copenhagen

A Royal View for Cliff Diving's Best in Copenhagen

2015 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series is hosted in Denmark’s capital city on June 20.

Four 10s from the judges and a score of 183.00 points for a single dive – the highest-scoring dive the World Series has witnessed to date was performed at Copenhagen’s Opera House during the last competition in 2013. Artem Silchenko’s almost meticulous execution is still unbeaten and – after his podium finish in the previous stop – the Russian is back in great form. Ready to brave the season’s three-time winner, Gary Hunt, from England. Or will Colombia’s Orlando Duque, the third ‘big name’ in the list of the most successful cliff diving athletes, make it to the top of the podium after two thirds and a second-placed finish?
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Portrait Clip (Dirty) Gary Hunt

Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 Copenhagen: Portrait Clip (Dirty) Gary Hunt

The current World Series champion and winner of the title for three successive years in 2010, 2011 and 2012, Englishman Gary Hunt is a man at the very top of his game. Show Details
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Portrait Clip (Dirty) Steven Lobue

Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 Copenhagen: Portrait Clip (Dirty) Steven Lobue

Steven LoBue narrowly missed out on a place with the US Olympic diving team in 2004 but now hopes to prove he has what it takes to be the best – not from 10 metres but 27! Show Details
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Story Clip (Dirty)

Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 Copenhagen: Story Clip (Dirty)

In cliff diving, most elements are high: the number of somersaults and twists, the entry speed, as well as of course the take-off height. Building a new dive is a long, creative and intense process. But it pays off! Show Details
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Event Clip (Dirty)

Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 Copenhagen: Event Clip (Dirty)

Gary Hunt, as he won the fourth World Series stop in a row in Copenhagen. In front of 35,000 spectators, the Brit (511.60pts) finished ahead of compatriot Blake Aldridge (476.85pts) and cliff diving legend Orlando Duque (463.60pts) to take the win from the 28m-platform on the Opera House. Show Details
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Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015

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Seven Years, Eight Stops and One Cliff Diving Jubilee
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