The Bosnian city of Mostar welcomed the world's best athletes for stop 6 of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series. Stari Most bridge was the location for what turned out to be a thrilling event, as Mexico's Jonathan Paredes secured his first ever win.
Built in the 16th century, the iconic old bridge has a diving tradition that stretches back almost 450 years, and the locals were delighted to welcome the cliff diving elite into town.
It was Sergio Guzman and David Colturi who filled 2nd and 3rd spots on the podium respectively, with Sergio being the first ever wildcard to make the top 3. Gary Hunt's amazing winning streak came to an end, but he did confirm his 5th overall victory with 2 stops remaining.
Click the video button above to view highlights* from Mostar, and you can click here to view the full results.
*Please note, highlights will be available for US viewers from 28 Sept.