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Stop 2 saw the men compete from 28m atop the Copenhagen Opera House

18 Jun 2016

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Copenhagen, 18 Jun 2016

Britain's Gary Hunt rediscovered his winning form in stunning style on a windy day in Copenhagen. The reigning champion, absent from the podium in his previous two events stretching back to last season, compiled a new record high-score from his four dives in front of 40,000 fans in the Danish capital. Wildcard Kris Kolanus produced the surprise performance of the weekend, stringing together quality dives and powering onto the podium in second-place, a personal best finish for the Pole. Mexican Jonathan Paredes followed up his victory in Texas with another top three finish and with that maintained his overall lead in the 2016 World Series.

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Rhiannan Iffland's Winning Dive

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Gary Hunt's Winning Dive

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