le 19 octobre 2018
England's Gary Hunt and Adriana Jimenez of Mexico took a huge step in the fight for the King Kahekili trophy with crucial victories at the penultimate stop of the 2018 World Series in Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Success at the historic Stari Most saw both divers leapfrog the current men's and women's leaders, Steven LoBue of the USA and Australia's Rhiannan Iffland, to head to the final showdown in Polignano a Mare, Italy, in two weeks’ time with a 20 point lead each. Czech Michal Navrati...
Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2018 - Mostar (BIH) - Winning Dive Women
le 15 juillet 2019
In another commanding performance, 27-year-old Iffland not only bettered her own point record for an optional dive by a significant 13 points, but also received three 10s for a single dive – an absolute novelty in the women’s. It was not only the Australian who broke records in the competition from the city’s most significant landmark as second placed Jimenez improved the high score for a required dive on day one. With the slightest of margins ahead of fourth place, Belarussia’s Nestsiarava s...
Iffland beats her competitors again | Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2019 - Lebanon (LBN) - Winning Dive Women
le 12 octobre 2021
The Irish leg of the 2021 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series awaits cliff diving elite with rough and rugged conditions in brand-new location on September 12.
Halfway into the season, the world’s best cliff divers featuring the reigning champions Rhiannan Iffland from Australia and France’s Gary Hunt will find themselves competing from a brand new launchpad on the sheer cliffs of Downpatrick Head. After three Irish stops in the rough waters of Inis Mór, and more recently a showing in Dubli...