1 June 2015
The hat-trick in wins went to the apparently unstoppable 30-year-old Gary Hunt, while Colombian legend Orlando Duque (478.70pts.) made it his third podium in three competitions and settled old scores with this location as he had finished bottom of the standings after a failed dive the previous year. Completing the podium was the third winner of a World Series, Russia’s Artem Silchenko (466.90pts.), who earlier beat American Andy Jones in his head-to-head by another very narrow margin, and lea...
Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 – Event Clip – Texas, USA
1 June 2015
With two 10s from the judges and the highest-scoring three-second dive of the whole competition, Englishman Gary Hunt makes it three wins out of three with a new personal-best score of 533.90 points in Texas. The season’s third stop operated under a revised schedule due to the probability of severe weather conditions in the region and produced a World Series champions’ podium, as Orlando Duque, from Colombia, and Artem Silchenko, from Russia – the winners in 2009 and 2013 – completed the top-...
Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015 – Action Clip – Texas, USA
5 June 2015
In the competition divers need to perform 4 dives each. Two easy dives called required dives and two difficult dives called optional dives. The easy dives are to show form and grace and the difficult dives are about doing as many somersaults and twists as possible. There are rules to follow about the types dives the athletes can perform and the direction of take off as well. How hey choose it? How they decide execute one dive and not a different one.
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