Just when his rivals thought they were beginning to make up some ground on the champion, Gary Hunt takes things to a whole new level with his new hardest dive in the world, the 'double in, double out'. It is a running 3 somersaults with 4 1/2 twists, and with a DD of 6.4 it is the most difficult dive in the history of the sport.
The Brit didn't quite nail it at his first attempt in Texas, but knowing his drive and passion to push the sport to new heights, it won't be long before we see him unleash this weapon again. And once he fine tunes it, will anyone be able to stop him?
Watch the clip and see the dive in all its glory, while the man himself explains what it takes to pull off such an incredible feat.