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A Cliff Diving Showdown in Pictures

Flying (or floating) the flag for Mexico - Jonathan Paredes lost his title in Italy, but he'll never lose his smile.

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And the Mexican always has time for the fans.

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A stunning scene at the home of European cliff diving.

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A new record - 16-year-old Aidan Heslop became the youngest ever World Series diver this weekend.

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Antonina Vyshyvanova shapes her body as she flies through the warm Italian air.

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The view from the beach.

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Steven LoBue was at his turbo-spinning best, but ultimately it wasn't enough for the American to gain glory.

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The judges were treated to some sensational dives in the thrilling final rounds.

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The impressive Lysanne Richard completed her comeback season by securing third place overall.

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Local hero Alessandro De Rose couldn't perform a repeat of his memorable win here last year.

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But he was still the star of the day for the passionate fans.

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Andy Jones flies down past the rock face.

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So close but so far - Adriana Jimenez led the women going into the final stop, but fourth place wasn't enough to hold onto top spot.

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Michal Navratil - fourth place on the day, fourth place overall for the energetic Czech.

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Record-breaking Rhiannan Iffland became the most successful female ever with her third World Series title.

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The overjoyed Aussie could barely believe she had won it again.

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Did we ever doubt Gary Hunt?

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The Brit celebrates a stunning season comeback, something which looked unlikely after three stops.

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Fellow Brit Blake Aldridge was first to congratulate the 7-time champion.

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Pop the corks ladies!

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The men enjoy some fizzy celebrations too.

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Drenched in glory - the two champions let out their emotions on the podium.

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10 titles between them - who can stop these two next season?

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