Five divers earn World Series tickets

Jonathan Paredes, Andy Jones, Jucelino Junior, Michal Navratil and Blake Aldridge.
See who's qualified for the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2015!

17 divers, from 11 different countries, have been competing across two days of competition at a qualifier in Cali, Colombia, with the top-five becoming Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series divers for 2015.

Mexico's Jonathan Paredes held the lead from day one and did not look back, diving consistently throughout the eight rounds of competition from 27 metres that featured four dives with a fixed Degree of Difficulty of 3.8 and four optional dives.

Paredes, who finished sixth overall in the 2014 World Series, secured qualification in style and he will be joined on all eight stops of this year's Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series by the UK's Blake Aldridge, Czech Michal Navratil, the USA's Andy Jones and newcomer - and possibly the biggest surprise of the qualification competition - Jucelino Junior.

Brazilian Jucelino was virtually neck-and-neck with Colombia's Christian Arayon, but held his nerve to claim the last available place by the slimmest of margins, just 0.20 points - or half a mark from the judges!

Get photos from qualifying in Cali and watch video highlights from the two-day event...

FINAL RESULTS
1. Jonathan PAREDES | MEX | 939.80pts
2. Blake ALDRIDGE | UK | 903.80
3. Michal NAVRATIL | CZE | 854.70
4. Andy JONES | USA | 853.35
5. Jucelino JUNIOR | BRA | 808.25
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6. Christian ARAYON | COL | 808.05
7. Jorge FERZULI | MEX | 773.40
8. Sergio GUZMAN | MEX | 767.50
9. Miguel CELIS | COL | 736.85
10. Kris KOLANUS | POL | 736.40
11. Anatoliy SHABOTENKO | UKR | 710.00
12. Kyle MITRIONE | USA | 689.70
13. José WILKER | BRA | 657.75
14. Todor SPASOV | BUL | 632.05
15. Carlos GIMENO | ESP | 425.60
16. Cyrille OUMEDJKANE | FRA | 381.10
17. Roberto HERNANDEZ | MEX | 195.45

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