Photocall at the Open-Air Theatre
The crowds gathered on foot and on the water, and the world's best cliff divers raised the curtain in Copenhagen
Andy Jones cuts through the cool air as fans watch from the boats below.
Wildcard Kris Kolanus was in fine form again following his overnight lead from Round 1.
No surprise to see Jonathan Paredes performing his usual immaculate dives.
Owning the platform...the cool, calm and ultra-consistent Orlando Duque.
Artem Silchenko didn't display his greatest dives today, but the crowd were loving him regardless.
Orlando Duque and Jonathan Paredes, good friends away from competition, share a laugh in the hot tub.
No event would be complete without Michal Navratil slipping on his cape and doing his best Superman impression from 28m.
Wildcard delight! Kris Kolanus was imperious in the air and became only the second ever wildcard to make the podium.
It was a great weekend in more than one way for the Pole, as he and female cliff diver Anna Bader announced they are expecting a baby together.
Another off-duty female diver, Rachelle Simpson, joined in the fun in the Danish capital.
Nothing quite like the support of your fellow divers. (L-R) Alessandro De Rose, Sergio Guzman and Alain Kohl.
The crowd had their cameras out for 'turbo-spinner' Steven Lobue.
But it was Gary Hunt who put on a show at the Opera House and thrilled the fans, securing a brilliant win and a record high-score for an overall event.
Cue some wild celebrations on the podium from (L-R) Kris Kolanus, Gary Hunt, and Jonathan Paredes.
After taking a bow in front of the crowd, the cliff diving maestros gathered for a quick selfie amid rapturous applause.