Welcome to Mostar! The magnificent and historic Stari Most bridge will be the setting today for the seventh stop of the 2016 Red Bull Cliff Diving World Series. Stay with us for live coverage and text updates from the final rounds of what is expected to be another pulsating afternoon in this exciting season.
The fans are arriving down at the riverside in huge numbers as the athletes warm up. Not long to go now until the action starts.
Bad news for Rachelle Simpson fans. She suffered an injury during training on Friday and will not be competing today. So, it will be 7 women and 14 men gracing the platform today.
And the athletes are just being announced to rapturous applause from the huge 20,000-strong crowd.
Viktar Maslouski of Belarus gets the diving underway in the men's 2nd round.
It's safe to say that the crowd here love Orlando Duque. Every time his name is mentioned a huge roar goes up from the fans. The popular Colombian is struggling a little with injury though this weekend.
Two dives left in this men's 2nd round. David Colturi is currently leading, but up next it's Michal Navratil and Gary Hunt who'll be hoping to fire themselves back to the top.
And it's Hunt who impresses the judges most, picking up a few 9s and he's back into the lead.
So, Gary Hunt leads from David Colturi and Jonathan Paredes heading into this 3rd round. Here we go, who will make it into the top 8 and grab a place in the final round?
A sensational dive from Steven LoBue rockets him into the lead mid-way through this 3rd round. The 'spinmaster' is loving this location.
Great dive after great dive here in Mostar. Navratil is the latest man to nail his 3rd round dive and snatches the lead off LoBue. Can Paredes, Colturi or Hunt follow suit and wrestle back the lead?
Wow! This is just getting better and better. Colturi picks up a 10 for that dive and now it's the American who tops the standings. Amazing.
Oh no. Hunt can't keep up the run of sensational dives and drops down to 7th place in the standings. He'll be back for the final round though. Here are the top 8 going through to that final -
1-David Colturi (USA) – 374.90
2-Michal Navratil (CZE) – 362.80
3-Steven LoBue (USA) – 357.20
4-Jonathan Paredes (MEX) – 344.85
5-Artem Silchenko (RUS) – 342.00
6-Andy Jones (USA) – 340.90
7-Gary Hunt (GBR) – 333.80
8-Sergio Guzman (MEX) – 317.70
Up next it's the women's final round. Wildcard Yana Nestsiarava leads after the first two rounds. This should be exciting...
Ouch...a heavy landing for Ginger Huber and the judges pull out 5s for that one.
Lysanne Richard...what a dive! 9s from the judges and the Canadian takes the lead.
Rhiannan iffland and Yana Nestsiarava left to dive. Can one of the wildcards grab victory today?
Iffland and Nestsiarava fail to score high enough and Canadian Richard picks up her second win of the season here in Mostar. Carlton takes second place and Iffland completes the podium.
Women's final standings -
1-Lysanne Richard (CAN) – 244.90
2-Cesilie Carlton (USA) - 242.00
3-Rhiannan Iffland (W) (AUS) – 240.30
4-Helena Merten (AUS) – 236.25
5-Yana Nestsiarava (W) (BLR) – 224.20
6-Adriana Jimenez (MEX) – 217.95
7-Ginger Huber (USA) – 202.30
Richard, the mother of three, can't contain her excitement as she celebrates with her fellow divers down at the riverside.
Now, it's time for the men's final. After that amazing third round it's Colturi who leads, but anyone could win this here. What a final we're in for!
Nice start from Guzman, now here comes Hunt with a running take-off. Wow! 9s and 9.5s from the judges. It wasn't the best third round dive from the Brit but that one puts him right back in business.
Three divers left in this final round. Can anyone catch Hunt? LoBue, Navratil and Colturi still to dive.
Beautiful from LoBue, but he's a whisker away from taking the lead off Hunt. So close for the American.
Navratil, going for two wins in a row, and that is spectacular! The Czech fires into first place and only Colturi can stop him now. Over to you, David...
What a story for the Czech diver. He's gone and made his own little piece of history here in magical Mostar. 52 events without a win and then he grabs two in a row. Sensational stuff.
Men's final round results -
1-Michal Navratil (CZE) – 497.95
2-Gary Hunt (GBR) – 493.30
3-David Colturi (USA) – 492.50
4-Steven LoBue (USA) – 492.40
5-Jonathan Paredes (MEX) – 469.80
6-Andy Jones (USA) – 460.15
7-Sergio Guzman (MEX) – 457.95
8-Artem Silchenko (RUS) – 411.30
Congratulations to David Colturi too. What a performance in his final event before leaving for shoulder surgery. A first podium of the season isn't a bad way to say farewell.
What a dramatic day at Mostar's iconic old bridge. Michal Navratil and Lysanne Richard both picked up their second wins of the 2016 Red Bull Cliff World Series as the battle for victory went right down to the wire in both the men's and women's competitions, providing a thrilling spectacle for the 20,000-strong crowd that gathered next to the Neretva river. We'll be back in three weeks for the penultimate stop in Shirahama, Japan. Don't miss it!