8 May 2019
24 of the world’s best cliff divers will be hosted on mainland Ireland for the first time ever during the 2019 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series’ 2nd stop in Dún Laoghaire Harbour on May 12.
After record winners and reigning champions Gary Hunt (GBR) and Rhiannan Iffland (AUS) dominated in the opening stop in Philippines’ paradise mid April, the World Series travels to Europe for the most northerly stop of the year in Dublin. From the red-hot lagoons of El Nido to the somewhat cooler cli...
Diving at the historic harbour of Dublin | Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2019 - Trailer
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Beyond The Break
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13 May 2019
Constantin Popovici, Olympic diver from Romania, earned the top score from the jury and put an end to Gary Hunt’s (GBR) winning streak from the 27m platform in one of the closest results to date. America’s David Colturi placed third in an event held with an adjusted format due to cold water. It was the immaculate execution of his final round dive, an inward 4 somersault half twist pike, that earned the 30-year-old his first ever 10, the highest possible score, in the World Series, becoming th...
Romanian olympic diver ends dominance of Gary Hunt | Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2019 – Winning Dive Men
13 May 2019
With a dominant 30-point win Australia’s Rhiannan Iffland was the pinnacle of perfection in the women’s competition when the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series debuted in Ireland’s Dún Laoghaire Harbour. Canada’s Lysanne Richard took her second podium this season while Adriana Jimenez of Mexico completed the top three.
From the 21m platform in the women’s category, 27-year-old Iffland extended her five point day one lead over her nearest rival from Canada to create a little piece of history...