São Miguel, Azores

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

14 Jul 2018

Alessandro De Rose
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Sao Miguel, Azores, 14 Jul 2018

Australia's Rhiannan Iffland returned to winning ways in record fashion at the third stop of the 2018 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series in Azores, Portugal, blowing her rivals away with the highest-ever total score in the women's competition. The two-time and reigning World Series champion also scored a perfect 10 direct from the rocks on her way to victory, while her winning dive was the most difficult ever attempted by a woman. Mexico's Adriana Jimenez finished second, with Canadian Lysanne Richard in third. In the men's, a fascinating final saw Steven LoBue sneak past his fellow American David Colturi, who had earlier posted the highest score for an individual men's dive, with the final dive of the day to secure his second victory in a row. Former champion Gary Hunt of England completed the top three with a much needed first podium of the season.

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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

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