Action Gets Underway on the Adriatic
The stunning blue waters of the Adriatic welcomed the world's best cliff divers as competition got underway on Saturday.
Not a bad view for these fans gathered on the rocks.
A little warm up for Kris Kolanus before his first dive from the 27m platform.
Jonathan Paredes still has a slight chance of retaining his title.
And the Mexican leads the men's standings after day one.
A stunning view from the water as Jessica Macaulay arrows toward the Adriatic.
Ginger Huber makes a flying exit from the women's 21m platform.
Rhiannan Iffland is in pole position to make it a hat-trick of titles after a record-breaking second round dive.
Gary Hunt prepares himself for one last push for glory this weekend.
And the six-time champion looks in fine form as he targets a 7th World Series title.
At just 16 years old, Aidan Heslop officially became the youngest ever World Series diver.
Guess who? Those are the feet of Andy Jones springing away from the platform.
Adriana Jimenez, overall women's leader, sits in second place after two dives.
The men's title contenders (L-R) Steven LoBue, Gary Hunt and Jonathan Paredes.
Who will be getting their hands on the King Kahekili Trophies on Sunday?