São Miguel, Azores

Back to the bare rocks in the mid-Atlantic for the eighth year in a row

22 Jun 2019

Blake Aldridge
Relive all the action

Sao Miguel, Azores, 22 Jun 2019

England's Gary Hunt and Rhiannan Iffland of Australia increased their stranglehold at the top of the 2019 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series with yet another victory each in the pure Portuguese Azores. For Iffland, it was a record-breaking fourth win in a row this season, while Hunt had to be at his imperious best to see off the marauding challenge of Mexico's Jonathan Paredes, who himself broke a long standing record by earning six 10 scorecards across the weekend. The World Series was also making a record eighth stop at the volcanic mid-Atlantic location, which awaited the cliff diving elite with demanding conditions.

Up Down

Up Down

Up Down

Epic Moments from Stari Most

Epic Moments from Stari Most

Popovici’s Winning Dive

Popovici’s Winning Dive

Iffland's Winning Dive

Iffland's Winning Dive

Best Moments from Bilbao

Best Moments from Bilbao

Rhiannan Iffland's Winning Dive

Rhiannan Iffland's Winning Dive

Gary Hunt's Winning Dive

Gary Hunt's Winning Dive

To view the Event Highlights please switch to landscape mode
Got it.

Blog from São Miguel, Azores