Why you should watch Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series 2018.

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The Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series starts its 10th season with the US stop at Possum Kingdom Lake, near Fort Worth. Watch live here on YouTube but first find out why you should tune in.
More divers are now competing at every round thanks to more permanent members of the tour and more wildcards, with 14 men and 10 women lining up, and what’s more they now all get through to the finals with no eliminations. Last season Jonathan Paredes snatched a dramatic overall title win by just 10 points from Gary Hunt in the very last round (which you can watch in the video below), while Rhiannan Iffland defended her title, but with much closer competition than the previous year as the full women’s series really kicked into gear – so the new format means more edge-of-the-platform tension is virtually guaranteed.
So far Red Bull Cliff Diving has visited more than 30 locations. From bustling cities like Bilbao and Copenhagen, with purpose-built platforms, to rough ocean spots with craggy cliffs like the Azores, the range is stunning, not to mention historic places like the Stari Most bridge in Bosnia and Herzegovina, on the calendar in 2018 for a fourth consecutive year. The first event of 2018 in Texas is an enduring classic celebrating a fifth straight appearance on the tour.


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