Great Atmosphere and large Audience on the Red Bull Cliff Diving in Mostar

September 16, 2017 2:15 PM

On the Old Bridge in Mostar, the 2017 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Championship started. Even though it was a working day, the audience was large.

The first series started at 2:15pm, but before that, there was warming up. Rhiannan Iffland from Australia won’t remember the warmups fondly since she injured her knee.

Iffland currently leads the women’s category, but won’t be able to win any more points in Mostar and most likely won’t be able to be first since this is the second to last competition as part of the championship in this season.

Today, two jumps for the men’s and women’s categories will take place, while the third and final ones will take place tomorrow.

We published earlier that the tickets for the special train ride to Mostar for the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Championship for Saturday, September 16th was sold out and that the organizers, in cooperation with the Railways of FBiH, introduced another train ride.

This information, together with today’s visit and atmosphere, show that tomorrow will be another spectacle in Mostar.

Mostar is, for three years running, a part of the Red Bull Cliff Diving World Championship.

After five competition in this season, the leader in the men’s category is Blake Aldridge from Great Britain with 480 points and behind him are Gary Hunt from Great Britain with 460 points and Jonathan Paredes from Mexico with 450 points.

After Ifflad with 690 points, Adriana Jimenez from Mexico with 520 points and Helen Marten from Australia with 450 points follow.




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