Breathtaking First Round Photos from Switzerland
Fans packed Lake Lucerne on boats and inflatables to watch the world's best cliff divers compete in glorious sunshine.
It's lonely at the top as Kris Kolanus leaps away from the men's 27m platform.
But there's plenty of company down below as Kolanus rips the water just meters from the mesmerized fans.
Even away from the platform things were just as competitive in the athletes' area.
Rhiannan Iffland makes the nervy climb down to the women's 21m platform.
But there were no nerves on show as the reigning champion fired into the lead after two rounds.
Hands up who wants a hat-trick this weekend? Steven LoBue does, after back-to-back victories in Spain and Portugal.
Perfect from every angle...even for those who stayed back on dry land.
Birthday Brit. Blake Aldridge turned 36 on Saturday and had 5,000 fans singing Happy Birthday to him when he was announced on the platform.
American Andy Jones spreads his wings for a flight down to the breathtaking blue water.
Competition director Hassan Mouti seems happy after a safe and successful day for the divers on the lake.
Catching some rays while the world's best cliff divers compete right in front of you. Perfect.
Ginger Huber swoops down through the Swiss Alpine air.
Orlando Duque, injured and unable to compete this weekend, glides as gracefully as ever through his media duties.
Wildcard Antonina Vishyvanova displays her art in just her second ever World Series event.
Wildcard and local Swiss diver Matthias Appenzeller was at ease in front of the cameras during his debut.
And he was pretty impressive in the air too!
Gary Hunt is back on top, but can he stay there to grab his first victory in almost a year?