Springing into Action on Stari Most
Jonathan Paredes, moments before ripping into the Neretva River.
Greg Louganis chats to Steven LoBue in the athlete's room.
Picture perfect Mostar holds a special place in Orlando Duque's heart ever since he reopened the bridge in 2004.
Miguel Garcia fixes his eyes on the water below as he prepares to land.
A perfect first dive for Andy Jones, but he added one twist too many to his second and was punished by the judges.
(L-R) David Colturi, Andy Jones and Orlando Duque watch on as they await their dive.
Sport director Greg Louganis and Blake Aldridge give each other the thumbs up.
David Colturi in action at Stari Most.
Russian wildcard Nikita Fedotov was making his World Series debut here in Mostar.
Rhiannan Iffland was hoping to win the women's title this weekend, but an injury in warm up ended her chances.
In Iffland's absence, Adriana Jimenez took full advantage and leapt into the lead after two rounds.
Helena Merten watches as Steven LoBue leaps under perfect blue skies.
Crowds lean over the old bridge to get a better view of Eleanor Townsend Smart.
Sergio Guzman was in good spirits after his first two dives.
The many movements of the great Gary Hunt captured in one shot.
Kris Kolanus was in fine form, picking up nines from the judges for his two dives, and leads the standings going into Saturday's final rounds.
Tune-in to the finals tomorrow at 2.30 PM CET to see if Kolanus can hold onto his lead.