Action Gets Underway on the Adriatic Coast
Athletes look on as Russian wildcard Igor Semashko leaps from the 27m platform.
Master of the twist, Blake Aldridge, arrows towards the Adriatic waters.
David Colturi prepares for his first competitive dive of the weekend.
Cesilie Carlton splashes her way out of the sea and sits a lowly seventh in the overnight standings.
Steven LoBue shelters in the shade to do some stretching. Could the American take his first victory of the season tomorrow?
A wave for the crowd from wildcard Rhiannan Iffland...
...then the hat-trick chasing rookie puts down another super dive to move into second place.
Local hero Alessandro De Rose treats the crowd to some solid diving, and the Italian fires himself into sixth place as it stands.
Fans get a good look at Artem Silchenko, but the Russian wasn't at his best on day one.
Reigning women's champion Rachelle Simpson makes her way through the old town to the platform...
...then launches herself from 21.5m, landing in fifth position overnight.
Gary Hunt was not at his brilliant best on Saturday, and will need another storming comeback to grab his fourth win in a row.
Andy Jones: "Warm water, warm weather, it’s fun. It’s where I belong, minus the sunburn!"
American Jones is taking aim for his third podium in a row after moving beautifully into 3rd place.
Kris Kolanus is the man they have to catch on Sunday, after some sensational day one diving.