21 June 2016
On a windy day in the Danish capital, Gary Hunt (GBR) delivered a truly mesmerising masterpiece at the second Stop in Copenhagen, DEN. He claimed the win and achieved a new record, while Kris Kolanus (POL) who started with a Wildcard, showed the performance of his life. Jonathan Paredes confirmed his performence of the first stop in Texas, USA and reached the third place.
Red Bull Cliff Diving - Winning Dive Men from Copenhagen, DEN
21 July 2016
Following on from a thrilling competition at the mid-Atlantic cliffs in the Azores, the men will make a return to mainland Europe for the fourth stop of the 2016 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series. La Rochelle will once again be the historic setting as the world's best divers battle it out in front of record-breaking crowds, who are sure to provide a pulsating atmosphere. Watch the clip and get a taste of the action that awaits.
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Red Bull Cliff Diving - Teaser - La Rochelle, FRA
25 July 2016
Huge crowds, stunning dives and dramatic celebrations at World Series' birthplace
The fourth stop of the 2016 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series saw the world's best divers make a return to La Rochelle, where the competition made its debut back in 2009, as another classic battle unfolded from the 27 metre platform on the Saint Nicolas Tower. Gary Hunt recovered from a below average start to thrill the 70,000 strong crowd with a typically stunning display of diving, while Andy Jones and Mich...