A Cliff Diving Lake Party in Pictures
9000 fans gathered on boats, kayaks and paddleboards to watch the world's best cliff divers in action at Possum Kingdom Lake.
Earlier the crowd had been treated to a Red Bull Air Force show. Here, Jeff Provenzano lands his parachute on the back of a jet ski.
Ginger Huber leaps from the women's 21m platform.
The youngest diver in the World Series, 17-year-old Maria Paula Quintero Torres, watches on with fellow Colombians Miguel Garcia and Orlando Duque.
Steven LoBue takes some time out for a quick massage.
The flags are waving but Michal Navratil is perfectly balanced for his armstand take-off.
Orlando Duque couldn't continue his fine season form and missed out on a place in the final.
Beyond the branches at Hell's Gate, Cesilie Carlton lifts off.
David Colturi acknowledges his fans on the lake.
Then the American leaps into third place and his second podium finish in a row.
Adriana Jimenez kept up her strong form and pushed Rhiannan Iffland all the way.
But the sensational Aussie was just too good again for her rivals.
(L-R) Adriana Jimenez, Rhiannan Iffland and Helena Merten lift their trophies up on the podium.
Jonathan Paredes was back to his very best at the place where he last tasted victory in 2016.
And for a few moments it looked like he might have scored another victory in the US.
But up stepped Blake Aldridge and the Brit twisted his way majestically to a stunning victory.
Aldridge punches the air with delight upon surfacing from the final dive.
(L-R) Paredes, Aldridge and Colturi pop the corks as they celebrate on the podium.
The two winners show off their trophies at the end of another thrilling day of cliff diving.