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Copenhagen

Steven LoBue cliff diving at the Copenhagen Opera House in 2013

Stop 4 took the cliff diving elite to the most northerly point in the whole season. Copenhagen provided the athletes with a panoramic view of the royal palace, Amalienborg, and the adjacent domed Marble Church when mounting the 27-metre platform on the roof of the Opera House.

Gary Hunt was champion once again, making it four wins out of four in the World Series. The Brit finished ahead of compatriot Blake Aldridge (476.85) and Colombian cliff diving legend Orlando Duque (463.60).

Russia's Artem Silchenko, who won here in Copenhagen in 2013 with the highest-scoring World Series dive to date, did not even reach the eight-diver final after losing his head-to-head battle against Ukrainian wildcard Anatoliy Shabotenko. There was also disappointment for David Colturi whose complex dives were not enough to beat the diving grace of Mexico's Jonathan Paredes.

View highlights of the Copenhagen event by clicking the video button above, and click here to view the full results.

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