The Magic of Mostar in Pictures
From the Texas lake to the Neretva River, the world's best cliff divers returned to Europe for the penultimate stop of the season.
Ginger Huber dives from the women's 21m platform on a glorious day in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Anna Bader almost can't believe her brilliant form this season, and she grabbed another podium finish at Stari Most.
Helena Merten also continued her impressive and consistent form with a second place finish.
Jonathan Paredes leaps from the spot where he scored his first ever victory back in 2015.
The expert safety team were on hand as always to look after the divers in the water.
Michal Navratil stretches in the warm Mostar sunshine...
Then the Czech showman rises up into his trademark armstand take-off position.
The fans love the legend Orlando Duque here.
22-year-old Russian, Nikita Fedotov, became the first male wildcard to debut with a podium finish.
Steven LoBue equalled his best finish of the season by grabbing the runner-up spot.
Helena Merten leaps as 17,000 fans watch from beside the river.
Cesilie Carlton waves to the crowd...
Then the American leaps to her first victory for over two years.
Rhiannan Iffland, injured this weekend, is one of the first to congratulate Carlton.
(L-R) Merten, Carlton and Bader celebrate on the women's podium.
Gary Hunt had never won from a bridge in the World Series before.
But the Brit wanted to prove he has what it takes in a place like this and delivered his best dives of the season.
Hunt celebrates on top of the podium with Lobue (L) and Fedotov (R).
The two winners show off their trophies in front of the magnificent old bridge.