Pembrokeshire, Wales

The World Series made a return to the UK at Blue Lagoon in Wales

10 Sep 2016

Jaki Valente
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Pembrokeshire, 10 Sep 2016

Michal Navratil made a stunning return to action following knee surgery by spoiling Gary Hunt's homecoming with a spectacular win in Wales. It was the Czech's first ever victory in eight years competing in the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series. Hunt finished just points away from a dream return to the UK in second place, while Andy Jones continued his impressive form this season with another podium finish. In the women's event, wildcard Rhiannan Iffland returned to winning ways to continue her magical debut season and pull further away at the top of the standings, while Lysanne Richard followed up her win in Italy with another second-place finish and Cesilie Carlton completed the podium.

Refund Information

The 6th round of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series was planned for Sunday 11th September but had to be condensed into one day of competition instead of the scheduled two days, due to the wind conditions that were forecast for the Blue Lagoon, Pembrokeshire, on Sunday. All ticket holders who purchased their tickets via Ticketmaster online will receive a full refund within 2 weeks. All ticket holders who purchased tickets via local shops, please check redbullcliffdiving.com from Monday 13th September at 14:00 for further instructions on how to claim your full refund. Click here for more information

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Popovici’s Winning Dive

Popovici’s Winning Dive

Iffland's Winning Dive

Iffland's Winning Dive

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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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