Perfection at the Opera House
Gary Hunt scored the 100th and 101st tens in the history of the World Series.
The Brit will aim to continue his impressive comeback with a third victory from the Copenhagen Opera House rooftop.
The athletes had to brave windy conditions in the Danish capital.
Crowds gathered below to watch the action on day one.
Jonathan Paredes warms up in the athletes' area.
Then the Mexican delivered two trademark stylish dives to move into joint-second place after round 2.
The sun peeks over the cantilever roof as Blake Aldridge leaps from the 27m platform.
Orlando Duque prepares to dive against the beautiful backdrop of the Amalienborg Palace.
The graceful Andy Jones twists away from the platform.
This one is called the flying Fedotov!
Kris Kolanus tucks in tight on his way down to the harbour water.
Constantin Popovici received a last minute wildcard call up to replace new dad Michal Navratil.
And the Romanian showed no nerves during his impressive debut World Series dives.