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.
And the Mexican always has time for the fans.
A stunning scene at the home of European cliff diving.
A new record - 16-year-old Aidan Heslop became the youngest ever World Series diver this weekend.
Antonina Vyshyvanova shapes her body as she flies through the warm Italian air.
Steven LoBue was at his turbo-spinning best, but ultimately it wasn't enough for the American to gain glory.
The judges were treated to some sensational dives in the thrilling final rounds.
The impressive Lysanne Richard completed her comeback season by securing third place overall.
Local hero Alessandro De Rose couldn't perform a repeat of his memorable win here last year.
But he was still the star of the day for the passionate fans.
Andy Jones flies down past the rock face.
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.
Michal Navratil - fourth place on the day, fourth place overall for the energetic Czech.
Record-breaking Rhiannan Iffland became the most successful female ever with her third World Series title.
The overjoyed Aussie could barely believe she had won it again.
Did we ever doubt Gary Hunt?
The Brit celebrates a stunning season comeback, something which looked unlikely after three stops.
Fellow Brit Blake Aldridge was first to congratulate the 7-time champion.
The men enjoy some fizzy celebrations too.
Drenched in glory - the two champions let out their emotions on the podium.
10 titles between them - who can stop these two next season?