A First Course of Cliff Diving at Pier 7
It was a historic night for the sport of cliff diving: the first ever night competition and Brit, Owen Weymouth, became the youngest competitor in the World Series history at 17-years-old.
Kyle Mitrione takes flight from the men's 27m platform above Dubai Marina.
Wildcard Jaki Valente departs the women's 20.5 platform.
Jonathan Paredes and Orlando Duque patiently await the elevator to take them up to the platform, attached to the side of a restaurant on Pier 7.
Dinner for two? Just a first course of delicious diving will do as the men tackled the first two rounds on Thursday night.
Diners look on as the legend Duque treats them to some first class diving.
Blake Aldridge suffered a nasty landing during his warm up session and will now not compete.
Steven LoBue twists away from the platform...
And the American pumps his fist after a great first round dive.
Pier 7 is lit up beautifully as Ginger Huber leaps into the night sky.
Artem Silchenko looks relaxed and he delivered on his brave promise of a blind entry in the dark.
Rachelle Simpson gets a good look at the water on her way down to the marina.
Lysanne Richard stands in the spotlight after an amazing season which saw her battle all the way for the title.
But the night belonged to wildcard Rhiannan Iffland, who wrapped up a brilliant World Series win with her first dive in Dubai.
The Australian celebrates down on the dock as the enormity of her victory begins to sink in.