Friends in High Places
Alessandro De Rose, Sergio Guzman and Alain Kohl cheer on their fellow competitors in Copenhagen.
The USA cliff diving team is symbolic of the great friendships that exist in this sport. L-R: David Colturi, Steven LoBue, Kyle Mitrione, Andy Jones.
Rookie Helena Merten was taken under the wing (and towel) of Adriana Jimenez at the first event of 2016 in Texas.
Smiles and selfies are never far away when these athletes are competing. Posing for this one are Americans Cesilie Carlton (L) and Rachelle Simpson.
And the men are always on the lookout for a fun photo opportunity too.
Perhaps the closest two competitors on the tour - Jonathan Paredes (L) and his mentor Orlando Duque.
Jaki Valenti and Yana Nestsiarava - pure friendship on the pure Azores rocks.
A boat ride for the boys, who always make a point of enjoying activities together on location.
The love and support for their fellow competitors is what really sets these athletes apart from many other individual sportsmen and women.
Rhiannan Iffland and Blake Aldridge find the perfect spot for a snap in stunning Polignano a Mare.
Adriana Jimenez feels the full support and respect of the other women as she steps out of the water in Italy.
Like young buddies going out for a spin together in windy Wales.
Images like this are not a rarity in the cliff diving family, as Alessandro De Rose gives Ginger Huber a hug.
Rivals by day, dinner partners by night - Rhiannan Iffland and Lysanne Richard fought for the title in 2016, but foes they certainly weren't.
Title-chasing Gary Hunt was the first to congratulate Sergio Guzman on his first-ever victory in Shirahama, Japan.
And at the season finale in Dubai, Steven LoBue couldn't wait for winner and compatriot Andy Jones to leave the water before celebrating with him.