Drama and delight in Bilbao
A crowd of 60,000 fans turned out in Bilbao to cheer on the world's best divers.
Everyone was expecting another masterclass from champion Gary Hunt, but it wasn't to be as he missed out on the final 8 for the first time this year.
The clouds also gathered on Jonathan Paredes' podium hopes, although the Mexican did secure a 3rd place finish overall.
Pure drama - in one of the tightest finishes ever, only 10.80pts separated the top 7 going into the final dive.
Roared on by his passionate Spanish and Colombian fans, Orlando Duque leapt into 2nd place, and also secured the same position in the overall standings.
After a bit of an up and down year, Blake Aldridge saved his best for last in Bilbao...
"My back twist at the end was just unbelievable" - The Brit was back in brilliant form, and a podium finish was in sight.
Steven LoBue, racked with injury all season, put the bad memories behind him and thrilled Bilbao with some awesome diving.
There was a nervous moment for Blake and Steven, as Sergio Guzman threatened their positions on the podium...
But the Mexican wildcard missed his final dive and LoBue, Duque and Aldridge could begin their celebrations.
But this was also Gary Hunt's day, as the "Brilliant Brit" collected his 5th World Series title in seven years.
At one with the water...Gary makes one last splash to celebrate in the place he loves most.
See you next year, boys! The top 6 all qualify automatically for the 2016 World Series.